Cupcake. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 13:35:14 PM
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.
Finally, a few words in regards to the convenience of cupcakes vs cake for your wedding. Most venues provide an adequate stands for cakes, while more often than not you ’ll end up having to buy or hire a cupcake stand (until wedding venues catch up). But then, there ’s the obvious convenience of cupcakes: they are portions in themselves. If your catering arrangement is all inclusive, it might be of no use to you. It does make difference, however, for those of you who prefer to keep your wedding a more personal affair, yet don ’t want your mums spending hours cutting, serving and tidying up.
Fifth, and finally, you may wish to bring your cupcakes to as many public events as possible such as farmer ’s markets, arts and crafts sales, bake sales, and others in order to get as much exposure to your product as possible. Giving out some free samples, along with a personalized business card are ways in which you can increase the awareness of your business and encourage future orders and successful sales.
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