Your wedding cake will be a focal point and one of the most visual parts of your Cheshire or Merseyside wedding reception. Designs vary from a tempting display of cupcakes to a six-tier extravaganza, or why not opt for a bespoke cake for your big-day reflecting your personalities? A professional Cheshire or Merseyside wedding cake maker will create cakes to wow and delight your guests with a variety of fillings and flavours.
Here’s some star wedding cakes Cheshire and Merseyside suppliers from places like Liverpool, The Wirral, Chester, Stockport, Warrington, Wilmslow, you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding magazine when contacting cake makers and suppliers.
Based in Sandbach, we create bespoke Wedding Cakes, Celebration Cakes, Cupcakes & Chocolates throughout Cheshire and surrounding counties.
Working from our boutique bakery in Sandbach, we offer a highly professional yet personal and friendly service. We only use the finest ingredients to ensure our cakes taste equally as good as they look and we believe our cakes have the perfect match of both great design and flavour.
This issue we asked our experts for their top tips on planning and outdoor wedding, here Clare Deary from Cake On The Lake (www.cakeonthelake.com) tells us what to consider when it comes to your big-day bake. Wedding cakes are fragile as one of the main ingredients is butter, which doesn't go well with heat. So, if you're planning a summer wedding there are a few things you need to consider. Summer heat can't be controlled, but you can control how you manage it. If you have your heart set on a rustic, naked style bake, the best course of action is to have it brought out after the ceremony. Having it sit out for hours in the heat isn't ideal unless you want a melting mess.
Posted: 15 August 2023
French pâtissier Ladurée, expert in providing luxury macarons and table favours, has a gorgeous selection of sweet gifts, cakes and macaron towers that would make the most gorgeous addition to any wedding celebration this summer. The story of the Ladurée macaron starts in the middle of the 20th century with Pierre Desfontaines , who had the idea of sticking two macaron shells together and filling them with a delicious ganache. Since then, the recipe remains unchanged.
Posted: 26 June 2023
In the current issue, we asked the region's experts for their advice on how to plan a sustainable wedding. Here Clare Deary from Cake On The Lake in Liverpool tells us how to give the big-day bake some eco-friendly thought. All of the ingredients for my wedding cakes are sourced responsibly, minimising any negative impact on the environment. Where relevant and possible, I purchase ingredients with recyclable packaging. I'm also reducing my food miles by using locally-sourced, British seasonal ingredients. Some of these include British flour; Fairtrade sugar; truly organic free-range, locally-sourced eggs; British milk and cream with high animal welfare standards and a fair price for farmers; unrefined icing sugar; and much more.
Posted: 22 June 2023
With full-scale weddings back up and running, having a show-stopping cake is more important than ever. If you're walking down the aisle this year and in the process of finalising your menu, you must ensure that you are up to date with the latest trends so you can choose the perfect wedding cake.
From delicate florals to bright colours and sculptured designs, experts from AYRE Events share the most popular up and coming trends to keep in mind.
Posted: 4 May 2022
Online sweetie wholesaler Wholesale Sweets is helping couples create the tastiest sweets table for their guests to enjoy on their wedding day. Sweets tables are a great way to give guests another treat at wedding receptions and over the years they've become extremely popular. Kathryn Hague from Wholesale Sweets said: "We understand that catering to your guests is an important part of your wedding day so we wanted to give couples some tips on how to create a gorgeous sweets table that guests will keep coming back to...
Posted: 9 March 2022
In 2015, cake maker Debbie Fenton opened a small boutique bakery producing celebration cakes and cupcakes after leaving her career in local government. Her story started like so many others baking and creating cakes for friends and family until her work became so popular the shop was the next step. Since then, Lois' Little Cake & Chocolate Co. has gone from strength to strength, employing two other full-time cake designers and producing edible works of art for a range of high-profile clients.
Posted: 16 December 2021