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Cake Cutting Ceremony: The Bride and Groom’s First Slice of Wedding Cake

Cake Cutting Ceremony: The Bride and Groom’s First Slice of Wedding Cake

How to cut LDS wedding cake
Photo Courtesy of Ravenberg Photography

The wedding cake cutting ceremony is a timeless wedding tradition. No reception, no matter how casual, would feel complete without it. It’s important to plan your cake cutting ceremony ahead of time and communicate those plans clearly with your photographer, your caterer, and your band or DJ to make sure it goes off without a hitch.

Usually, the wedding cake remains on display for…read more

Fondant vs. Buttercream: Appearance, Price, Durability, and Taste

Fondant vs. Buttercream: Appearance, Price, Durability, and Taste

differences of fondant and buttercream
Photography Courtesy of Photos by Wendy G., Cake by Midway Country Corner Bakery

The majority of all wedding cakes are made with a smooth, flawless layer of icing on top. If brides are interested in this type of cake, then the first decision they will need to make is whether they want to use buttercream icing or fondant.

Fondant is a sweet icing made of sugar, corn syrup, and gelatin. Buttercream, like its name suggests, is made with butter, sugar, and milk. Both types of icing are rolled out flat with a rolling pin, draped over the wedding cake, smoothed down, and dried to create a porcelain-like finish.

Let’s see how buttercream and fondant stack up in terms of appearance, price, durability, and taste.

The smooth, sleek look of fondant is hard to duplicate. The cakes featured in wedding magazines are almost always fondant cakes because of their superior workability. If how the cake looks in pictures is your main concern, fondant is probably the way to go.

Though it’s not easy to recreate a fondant look with buttercream, it’s possible in…read more

Real LDS wedding, December, 2011

Jennifer ♥ Mike

featured LDS weddingCheck out the beautiful LDS wedding for December 2011!
With Photography Courtesy of

Elisabeth Kate Photography

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It’s June!

Temple Marriage is Forever!
‘Everything you need from ‘I will’ to ‘I do’!

It’s June!

Time for Weddings!

Tradition says if you’re married in June you’re a bride all your life! What a lovely thought! While you’re preparing for your LDS wedding, check out the useful information and photos on over 300 pages-with more to come! At WeddingLDS.info we have “Everything from ‘I will’ to ‘I do!” Be sure to share with your friends and family! Like us on facebook! We’re here for YOU!

Memorial Day

Patriotic Bride
Thank you!

It’s Memorial Day!

 Let us all take a moment to remember all of our brave men and women who are currently fighting and who have fought for our freedom!

 Thank You!

It’s May!

Temple Marriage is Forever!
‘Everything you need from ‘I will’ to ‘I do’!

It’s May!

Time for Spring, Flowers, and of course…Weddings!

Remember, at WeddingLDS.com we have “Everything from ‘I do’ to ‘I will!” Check out the information and photos on over 300 pages-with more to come! Be sure to share with your friends and family! Like us on Facebook! Contact us with your questions or comments! We’re here for YOU!

Featured LDS wedding, May 2011

featured LDS weddingCheck out the beautiful LDS wedding for May 2011!

Britney ♥ Nate

With Photography Courtesy of

Tami Webb Photography

 

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