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Tips on Choosing the Perfect Goldilocks Wedding Cake

By Mina Deocareza | January 2015

Last December 30, 2014, the giant wedding cake of celebrity couple Marian and Dingdong Dantes made so much noise. The cake, which was made by Goldilocks, needed ten people to be transported. Besides being gigantic, it was also adorned with Swarovski crystals, making it even more fascinating. But don't get it wrong. While the said cake was absolutely awesome, you need not have something like it to pull off an epic wedding celebration. The good news is Goldilocks is always here for you.

Yet, before you run to any Goldilocks branch to look for the perfect wedding cake, here are some things you have to keep in mind first:

1. The kind of wedding celebration you want to have.

Before you decide on your wedding cake, it is best to have a clearer picture of your wedding celebration first. Is it going to be more traditional, or is it going to be more modern? How about the colors? Do you want white or other light colors to dominate it? These details matter. Knowing them will enable you to choose a cake that perfectly suits your wedding.

2. Preferences of you, your partner, and your guests.

Do you have a sweet tooth? How about your partner and your guests? Also, do you have specific preferences when it comes to cakes' flavors? Consider all these things before you choose a cake. This way, you can be sure everyone's going to enjoy eating it.

3. The size of your wedding, plus your budget.

Why aim for a huge wedding cake if you're only having an intimate wedding? Be practical and avoid wasting resources. Also, consider your budget. Do not be afraid to admit you are working on a tight budget. Anyway, there is nothing wrong with being practical these days.

Don't worry, Goldilocks offers a wide array of wedding cakes among which you can choose one that would suit your taste and preferences. They are budget-friendly, too. To learn more about its wedding cakes, visit its Kasal.com profile.

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