Tuesday, July 26, 2011

The Importance of A Wedding Cake

In a recent conversation with Leo Sciancalapore, one of the founders of A Little Cake (Le Petit Gateau) in Park Ridge, NJ, the topic of what people want most today in wedding cakes was discussed. Leo said “The trend is Bling! Bling!! Bling!!!!” Shiny stones and glitz are really big right now. He added: “And, we can’t forget it has to taste good---that's a must!” The biggest challenge comes from special cakes. They have to look as realistic as possible. They have to be made to scale, taking into consideration the overall structure of the cake.

Groom’s cakes are becoming more and more popular. They are usually purchased by the bride. Who knows better about what the groom is really into and what the theme of the cake should be?

When shopping for a wedding cake (or any special cake for that matter), look for the things A Little Cake considers most important: personal service, quality of ingredients, talent of the artist, etc. What sets them apart according to Leo is “being able to make anything!!! Visit www.alittlecake.com to learn more about that perfect cake that everyone will remember.

Thursday, July 7, 2011

The Importance of a Wedding Video

In a recent discussion with Rachel Addonizio from Videoccasions Video Productions, the importance of having a wedding video was made quite clear. She has been told, for example, that the right wedding video has even kept many couples together over the years! Plus, watching and listening to loved ones who have passed on is yet another wonderful reason to have a wedding video.

She also emphasized that there is yet another and even more important reason. Since the bride and groom are so busy with their guests throughout the wedding, they do not get to “see” all that is happening on their Special Day. When you consider that it takes about a year on average to plan their amazing day, not capturing it and being able to re-live it through video, would be most regretful. You can learn more about the importance of a wedding video at www.videoccasions.com. You can even “meet the videographers at their site!