Today I’m featuring seven talented wedding cake designers in NJ! If you’re currently looking for a baker and have started to think about your wedding cake, this post highlights some of my favorite cake designers and samples of the lovely cakes they’ve designed for my couples in the past.
My biggest piece of advice regarding cakes from a photography perspective is to make sure your cake is out during cocktail hour so that we can photograph it when we photograph the rest of your reception day details. And my second piece of advice is to make sure you decide beforehand if you’d like to do a quiet cake-cutting or a more formal cake-cutting. Quiet cake-cuttings take place on the side and don’t interrupt the dancing. Formal cake-cuttings take place on the dance floor and interrupt the dancing for about 10 minutes. Both ways are fun, but you’ll want to decide how you want to approach it so that your Maitre’D and DJ/band can plan accordingly. With no further ado, here are some of my favorite NJ wedding cake designers!
My Daughter’s Cakes
The Vintage Cake
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