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5 Sweet Ways To Serve Cheesecake At Your Wedding

Happy National Cheesecake Day! Cheesecake is always delicious, but it tastes even better on its own national holiday -- and at a wedding! In celebration of the holiday, we've rounded up five tasty ways to serve the dessert at your wedding reception. Who knew there were so many ways to enjoy cheesecake?

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Want A Dramatic Wedding Cake? Try A Tall Middle Tier

Here's a fun way to put a twist on the classic, round-tiered wedding cake: Double the height of the middle tier. The best part about a tall, exaggerated cake layer is that it provides the perfect backdrop for a fun pattern, oversized sugar flower, or even your new shared monogram! 1. A Gold Metallic Cake Accented... read more

We Spoke to ‘Cake Boss’ Star Buddy Valastro About All Things Sweet (and the Wedding Cake Trend He Could Do Without!)

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TLC's Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro has been making creative wedding cakes in New Jersey for almost 20 years (Mario Lopez and Sam Champion had his confections at their nuptials), and now he's brought his business to New York City. The Carlo's Bake Shop owner opened a Cake Boss Cafe in Manhattan's Times Square last year,... read more

7 Twists on the Cascade Cake

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Cascade wedding cakes (multi-tiered cakes with a waterfall of flowers down one side or in a spiral stream from the top to the base) are nothing new -- in fact they're usually considered a more traditional style of cake design. Talk about "something old" becoming new again. Like pillar wedding cakes,... read more

11 Wedding Dessert Ideas (That Aren’t Cake!)

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Wedding cake is a staple and we're certain it's not going anywhere anytime soon but, there's no rule that you have to serve just wedding cake (or have a cake at all!). These couples switched it up for the dessert course and served some unexpected sweet treats. Feast your eyes on... read more

8 Cakes That Say It All

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Sugar flowers and buttercream aren't the only way to make your wedding cake creative and personal, literary quotes, vows, lyrics or a simple message add a romantic twist on the traditional cake. We love this trend of edible expressions of love, especially when the words are particularly... read more

Apparently Animal Wedding Cake Toppers Are a Thing

We're not kidding. Animal wedding cake toppers are all over the place. And it's not just the cutesy DIY wedding couples that are going for the trend -- there are lots of animal cake topper examples at glam ballroom weddings too! And why not? Your cake topper is the perfect wedding detail to get a little silly with. Below, a few... read more

Magnolia Bakery’s New Wedding Cakes Are Ridiculously Pretty

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New York City-based Magnolia Bakery recently announced the launch of their new wedding cake line and we couldn't be more obsessed! If you'll recall Magnolia Bakery is famous for their cupcakes thanks to Sex in the City's Carrie Bradshaw. Not only are the new wedding cake designs super pretty -- they're all iced... read more

5 Amazing Hanging Wedding Cakes

Here's a crazy fun idea: Instead of a cake table some couples are suspending their wedding cakes from the ceiling to create a seriously stunning reception display. (Remember that Kaley Cuoco had an upside down cake hanging from the ceiling?) We're not saying that a suspended cake doesn't come with its... read more

7 Staircase Cakes That Are Beautifully Edgy

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Here's a wedding cake trend to consider: Give your cake some serious edge by shifting all of the cake tiers to one side so that it makes a staircase design. The idea works with round or square tiers in pretty much any style you want -- fondant cut-outs, sugar flowers and hand-painted details are all fair... read more
The right chairs and chair treatments can transform what was a hodgepodge room into something that's elegant and refined. If it's a black-tie wedding, cover every chair in rich, silk fabric and add a coordinating sash. For a wedding that's outdoors, consider using simple chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind. You can also use your chairs to highlight the season. Pay tribute to the time of year by decorating every one of the chairs with a miniature wreath for a winter wedding, or tie fresh blooms to each of the chair backs if you're having a springtime affair.
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