The tradition of the groom’s cake can be traced back to the Victorian era in England, when, in addition to the main wedding cake, there was also a groom’s cake and a smaller bride’s cake. At the end of the wedding, the two cakes were sliced and served to the groomsmen and bridesmaids.
Today’s grooms cakes (or as we like to call them “dude cakes”) have come a long way from the traditional fruitcakes of the past! Grooms cakes typically reflect a grooms personality, hobbies or interests. We had the opportunity to create a “dude” cake for Katrina and Hutch’s … read more