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Making Your Own Wedding Cake

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A wedding cake is the treasure of the reception. It is not a known practice for many brides to make their own wedding cake. The decision to make your own wedding cake is not always an easy decision. In fact, many people recommend that you do not make your own wedding cake, simply because you will have so much other stuff going on that you will not have the proper amount of time to complete such a task.

Although this may be true, there are times that you might consider making your own wedding cake, such as when your finances are strained and you are trying to save a little money. One thing is that making your own wedding cake can bring you many more memories. It is not necessary for you to be an expert at cake making either.

If you are not sure how to do it, then looking for a local class might be what you need to do. An Internet search can also provide you with fantastic results and lesson about making your own cake. Of course if you ask a professional baker they will tell you all the reasons why you should not make your wedding cake yourself. But that is because they are only interested in making the money themselves.

One of the biggest expenses when making your own wedding cake is buying the utensils that you will need. If you are not currently aware and do not look for bargains you could end up paying as much as you would have if a professional had made the cake for the wedding. Good news

Here is what you will need to make a 3-layer wedding cake. Three cake pans with removable bottoms:  6 inch, 9 inch, and 12 inch. Nine cardboard cake rounds include three of each size. A stand up mixer, as a hand mixer may be too weak. You will also need the following: One candy thermometer, and a cake decorating kit, along with a turntable for rotating the cakes while frosting, and a cake lifter.

Once you have everything you need to make your own wedding cake, all it takes is a little work and the strong desire to make it what you want it to be. As previously stated, making your own wedding cake can be expensive and does take time, but in the long run it may be one of your most treasured memories of your wedding.



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