As much as my daughter adores sweets, cake included, she prefers cobbler over cake. Runner-up to cobbler is cheesecake. The unadulterated kind. No toppings or bits of chocolate, mint, pumpkin or flavorings. Just cream cheese and lots of it.
So at her wedding guests will be served peach and
blackberry cobbler, and there will be a Groom Cake, a tradition that began in Victorian England, one that is very popular in the USA's Deep South, which is where my daughter lived most of her childhood. These cakes typically reflect the groom's personality or something he really likes, such as...
This one makes me curious about what's in that dome.
Eight-tiered cake at the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. 17 types of flowers were represented, all sugar pasted and edible. Sweet!
50%. Could be a fun trick to play on their guests who know them as rock-n-roll artists, or roller derby enthusiasts, or chiropractors or dog groomers. Just saying....