This cake by Kara of A Cake to Remember in Richmond VA made me smile this week: The groom is apparently famous for crocheted pants! To read the full story and find out how Kara made the cake (and how long it took) check out her blog here.
I’m always in awe of the skill of wedding cake makers so this fantastic creation by Michael Burns of Special Days Cakes for his own wedding really caught my eye. With Half a ton of mixed fruit, 20 kilos of marzipan, 3,000 eggs and 20 bottles of rum, it’s Britain’s biggest wedding cake. Congratulations, Michael.
No, it’s not some dreadful child bride story. (I see too many of these checking out the wedding news each week). It’s a mock wedding held by a school in England as part of the class’s Religious Education studies. Read more and see the photo here. (Read the comments section as well – just a … Read more
According to the cover blurb, Wedding Babylon, the new book from UK author Imogen Edwards-Jones and Anonymous, lifts the lid on the excesses of the wedding industry. But don’t expect in depth analysis of how the wedding business works – this is strictly chick-lit. Packed with more froth than a capuccino, it’s basically a collection … Read more
This is my favourite coffee break site – the one I turn to when I’m tired and need a good laugh. Cake Wrecks features some of the most bizarre and disastrous cakes. Put “wedding” into the search and you will find all sorts of goodies, including a wedding cake with skulls, lego inspired cakes and … Read more
Let’s face it, we love reading about over-the-top celebrity weddings with more budget than style – I will confess to being a secret OK! reader when waiting at the hairdressers. But the Wall Street Journal isn’t necessarily the first place I’d look. But this month they give the gossip on some of the most extravagant nuptials in … Read more
We’ve probably all come across wedding themes that struck us as a little bit different, but maybe not as original as this couple who decided to get married dressed as Shrek and Princess Fiona. However, the bride couldn’t persuade her teenage son to dress up as the Donkey!
Oh No! If we thought we had enough problems with Bridezillas, according to this article, its now the men we have to worry about. Have you noticed more grooms taking an active role in the wedding planning? Contact us and share your favourite Groomzilla story.