A Cake of Cheese?
I love a little bit of cheese after a meal… doesn’t everyone? If you love it more than fruitcake then why not have Wedding Cake of Cheese as your centrepiece. This idea has been around for a few years now and is steadily growing in popularity.
Considering it? Then let’s have a look at a few ideas…
Say it with fruit
Decorated with delicious grapes, fresh figs, strawberries, red currants, nuts or some fresh herbs and it will be the talking point of the meal.
Dress it up with fresh flowers
If you are not convinced by the fruit and nut decoration and want to tie it in with your floral arrangements it will also look stunning
Have a heart
Some cheeses can be bought in a variety of shapes and what better way to top your cheese wedding cake than with a heart-shaped cheese.
Still not sure about an actual cake of cheese but like the idea of offering cheese to your guests, then why not have a cheese arrangement for each table.
If you think it will be too much after your meal then save it for your evening reception and offer your guests a lovely glass of Port to savour with it.
There are companies that specialise in this area or you could visit your local delicatessen.
Marks and Spencers are now offering a Cheese Wedding Cake option on-line.
Paul is married to Patricia (who helped him write these Wedding Hints & Tips posts!!) and the proud Dad to 2 fantastic sons.
He has been a full-time professional photographer since 1990 and been privileged to have been asked to photograph well over 1300 weddings since then.
He worked in his own High Street Photography Studios up until December 2010 when he decided to downsize and work from home. He now splits his time between running Photography Courses and Workshops and Wedding Photography, limiting himself to 30 weddings a year to maintain the quality and high level of customer service to each of his couples.
Based in Ballyclare, Northern Ireland