I don’t like cake. The only cake that I halfway like is cake from the box. Like, Rainbow Chip or Funfetti cake. Yes, I like those a lot, actually.
Phil isn’t a huge fan of cake either. We both like sweets. I think it’s safe to say on behalf of the both of us that we love chocolate, but cake just isn’t our temptress.
So then there’s this looming question when you’re getting hitched, but you don’t like cake. I’ll call it “The Cake Debate.”
Do you have cake at your wedding, or do you skip it?
I mean, cake is expensive. Wedding cakes especially, and they usually don’t taste that great. Whenever I’m at a wedding, if cake is offered, I never eat it. Never. Simply put, I think that cake = expensive + gross
But then there’s the other side to this debate: cake is a tradition. And some people really do like cake. What about those momentous pictures of the bride and the groom cutting the cake?! You can’t skip those!
What’s a bride to do? Compromise. So, compromise is exactly what we’re doing! We’re having a cake, but not a huge cake. A cake big enough to cut and give us those great pictures that we’ll be able to put in an album and show our children someday years down the road…but a cake small enough to keep our pockets from being emptied and our freezer from being stocked with more leftover cake than we’d ever want to eat.
Ah yes, compromise is a beautiful thing. Now, do we have any cake flavor suggestions out there? We’re all ears!