sheza saira. Cupcake. February 08th , 2018.
All in all, both wedding cakes and cupcakes are yummy scrummy wonderful things and are great fun to go shopping for. While it does help to consider all pros and cons, there ’s no right or wrong choice after all. It ’s your wedding, you decide!
As you bite into the cupcake it does not crumble, but stay together firmly. It is not as tough as a fudge bar, but not as light as a piece of angel food cake. Its perfected consistency lies somewhere between the two, thick enough so that every bite can be savored meaningfully. Because it is moist each bit melts easily in the mouth and leaves a light stickiness on your fingers. It is rich, but not overpoweringly so. It is best with a tall glass of milk, maybe two, to accentuate the decadence of its flavor.
With the revamp of cupcakes in recent years, this question is certainly not the last one to consider. While some Brides ’ and Grooms seem to ’just know ’ what they ’d rather, for others it ’s something to mull over. It seems that the main factors to consider here, is the style of your wedding, the price, and the convenience. For example, If you decide to have a traditional wedding with "castle and princess" like the choice of the venue, as opposed to an event in one of the hip & cosy little clubs somewhere in Soho, you will, of course, be choosing cake vs. cupcakes, - a ’no brainer;,- right? Well, not necessarily. We often get orders for very traditional, in their structure weddings cakes, alas they don ’t tend to be orders for swirly cupcakes. A tower of fondant finish cupcakes with a topper cake [done well] will look very traditional indeed and at the same time offering a modern touch and convenience which a cake might not.
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