A couple of weeks ago Josh and I were at Wal-Mart late one night, as usual, and we passed the Bakery section.
Out of the corner of my eye I spotted something that I thought just might be the yummiest thing I'd ever lain eyes on.
"A chocolate ganache cake with custard and mousse fillings, and a pink ganache swirl on top."
I had to try a piece.
And I was correct: Definitely one of the yummiest things.
Then I thought to myself...
"This is the perfect wedding cake! With a few alterations of course."
It turned out that Wal-Mart doesn't make that cake; they only order it into the store.
So I went to the most popular (and really only) bakery in town to consult with their wedding cake specialist.
"Hi, I'm here to see about having a wedding cake made for May 29th."
"What are you looking for?"
"Well, a white cake, white icing, with mousse and custard fillings."
"We don't do fillings here."
What to do, what to do...
After a lot of thought, I maybe possibly sort of have an idea.
I'd just like opinions, please and thank you very much.
A couple of nights ago Josh and I were at Wal-Mart (what did I tell you?) and we passed the Bakery Section.
I jokingly said, "I'm about to just serve a bunch of different cakes."
But what if we really did?
I'd have my traditional wedding cake of course, too.
But not everyone is going to like the same thing, anyways.
A cake buffet might be fun!
What do you guys think?
Also, ideas on how to pull this off in a non-tacky and inexpensive way would be much appreciated. :)
Or if you have other ideas on how this matter of cake can be handled...do share!