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Wedding Cakes in Kent

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  • Bluebell Kitchen

  • Mistry Cakes Couture

  • Designer Cakes of London

  • Dolfino's

  • Gauer Sugarcraft

  • Angela Keil Cakes

  • Sugar and Spiced Cakes

  • A Spooonful of Sugar

  • Cobi & Coco

  • Crumbs & Treacle

  • Marian Cake Studio

  • Wedding Cakes by Lisa Broughton

  • All Shapes & Slices Cake Co

  • Let Them Eat Cakes

  • The Little Cake Company

  • Bake To The Future

  • Iced Images Cakes

  • Monumental Cakes

  • Little Sugar & Co.

  • The Creative Cake Shop

  • Wedding Cakes By The Sea

  • The Kentish Sweet Cart Company

  • Cake Innovations

  • Hanna's Cake Creations

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More on Wedding Cakes in Kent

What is the Best Flavour for a Wedding Cake?

The traditional flavour for a wedding cake in the United Kingdom is a rich fruitcake, often elaborately decorated with icing and filled with almond paste. However, couples across the UK have picked their personal favourite flavours for years. A good crowd-pleaser is usually a vanilla sponge with vanilla icing or a chocolate sponge with chocolate icing. Other popular flavours include carrot cake, red velvet, lemon, coffee and cognac, and coconut and lime. Many of the wedding cake suppliers here on Hitched provide samples so you can find the ideal flavour for your special day.

How Much Does a Wedding Cake Cost?

On average, couples can spend around £350 for a two-tier cake or £550 for a three-tier cake. Wedding cakes are often expensive because bakers tend to use high-quality ingredients and a lot of products to help decorate the cake and keep it structurally stable. Some couples also like to serve doughnuts or cupcakes at their celebration as an alternative to a wedding cake or as an additional treat.

How Many Tiers Should My Wedding Cake Have?

How many tiers your cake needs depends on the number of guests attending your wedding. For example, with around 300 guests, a four-tier cake is recommended. Couples sometimes have two cakes, a wedding cake and a groom's cake. The groom's cake is usually served alongside the wedding cake so that guests can enjoy a variety of flavours.

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