I think a lot of us must have dreamed about dessert table such as in the above picture in our own wedding. Well, I for one dreamed that but I made it a reality in someone else wedding. Ha ha ha! Luckily the bride who is my cousin agreed with me and worked hard enough to make it a reality. The whole dessert table cost around RM 1 500 to RM 3000 depending on the type of desserts.
What were there in her dessert table? Two types of wedding cakes - one for the mom and the other one was for the daughter, lychee jellies, fruit tarts and chocolate balls. You need to have at least 500 pieces for each type of finger foods to make sure your guests are happy.
Aerial view of the candy land three tiers wedding cake. This wedding cake was designed specially for the bride's daughter, Shakirah.
Maybe you'll be a bit confused why we made a wedding cake specially for the bride's daughter. Actually this is our cousin's second wedding and her 10 years old daughter was from her previous marriage. When we went to the bridal house to survey for her mother's dress, she was really excited and asked her mother to make one for her too. Everything that her mother bought for the event, she wanted one too. In order to make sure she won't claimed her mother's wedding cake, we made one for her too!
We want something that will attract kids and we decided to upgrade a birthday cake design into wedding cake. During the event, some of the guests brought a small bowl and spoon scrapping the M&Ms on the cake. We were horrified when we saw this! My goodness! Luckily we tied the chocolate sticks together!
Finally at 3.00 p.m., the bridal couple cut the cake and we served the cake to all the guests.
The bride's wedding cake - sakura themed wedding cake.
The bridal couple cutting their wedding cake.
The sakura wedding cakes consist of two tiers rainbow cakes and one tier moist chocolate cake.