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TIP 32 - CUTTING THE CAKE

TIP 32 - CUTTING THE CAKE

The most common time to cut the cake is just before the first dance, allowing evening guests a touch of ceremony, and a great photo opportunity. It also gathers a crowd so is perfect for the first dance shots with everyone crowding round the dancefloor.

If you are having the cake for dessert, then it will need to be cut before dinner, so that the caterers have time
to cut it before serving.
With both of you holding the knife, It’s usually best to cut into the bottom layer, often advised simply to avoid any risk of the cake toppling. I’d love to see more couples cut a small slice (which can then be halved with the knife) and feeding each other, as this symbolises a commitment to provide for each other and is not often done nowadays.
Most importantly, if you are using a sword – remember to remove it from the sheath first! Yes, I have seen that!
I kindly pointed it out after the cake did not seem to be giving way!


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