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“I just wanted to let you know that your cake was a HUGE hit. I feel like a lot of cakes that look pretty don’t taste good, but your cake was delicious! It was definitely one of the best cakes I have tasted. Thank you!!”

— JESSICA JOYCE

“The cake was amazing and my husband was a very happy man. Thank you so much!”

– Shay Lattari Murphy

“We are enjoying our wedding cake a year later! It’s surprisingly very good “

– June U.

“Cake was a hit! Everyone loved how it looked and tasted! Thanks for a great cake.”

– Kate Shaw

“Brilliant! Your work is amazing! Thanks again.”

– Kate

“The cake was over the top quality! If you are looking for the best, this is it! It made my birthday very special. Many Thanks!”

– Marion

“I just wanted to let you know that your cake was a HUGE hit. I feel like a lot of cakes that look pretty don’t taste good, but your cake was delicious! It was definitely one of the best cakes I have tasted. Thank you!!”

— JESSICA JOYCE

“The cake was amazing and my husband was a very happy man. Thank you so much!”

– Shay Lattari Murphy

“We are enjoying our wedding cake a year later! It’s surprisingly very good “

– June U.

“Cake was a hit! Everyone loved how it looked and tasted! Thanks for a great cake.”

– Kate Shaw

“Brilliant! Your work is amazing! Thanks again.”

– Kate

“The cake was over the top quality! If you are looking for the best, this is it! It made my birthday very special. Many Thanks!”

– Marion

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The contemporary wedding cake has grown out of several different ethnic traditions. One of the first traditions began in Ancient Rome where bread was broken over the bride’s head to bring good fortune to the couple. The wedding cake was originally a luxury item and a sign of celebration and social status. The bigger the cake, the higher the social standing. Wedding cakes in England and early America were traditionally fruitcakes, often topped with marzipan and icing with tiers. Cutting the cake was an important part of the reception. White icing was also a symbol of money and social importance in [...]