You are what you eat - modern wedding cake on the outside, but what about the inside?

I specialise in modern wedding cakes, often with a splash of gold, but more often than not, my couples tend to opt for more traditional flavours. But what does your favourite flavour say about you? Note: this is a very scientific study, backed by years of research.*

Victoria Sponge
Often thought of as a safe choice for your wedding cake, be it modern or traditional, but this flavour is full of contradictions. A classic that is loved by all (particularly your nan), yet also the flavour synonymous with out-of-control children’s parties.

Lemon
Never out of fashion, and frequently a surprise. A simple way to delight your guests; listen as they gush and say, ‘I thought it was vanilla! It looks like vanilla, but it isn’t! It’s lemon!’ In addition to adding an extra kick, the lemon also makes the sponge extra m---- [redacted due to cringy nature of word]

Carrot
For cake eaters who pretend to be healthy (but can’t quite pretend as much as ‘black bean brownie pretenders’). Eating carrots is good for your eyesight, so carrot cake must come with the same benefits, no?

Red Velvet
Quickly becoming a popular flavour option for your wedding cake. This is the choice of a person who always wants to be liked, and with good reason, they are delicious.

Chocolate
Nothing beats cutting into a beautiful, often predominantly white (with aforementioned hint of gold) wedding cake, and seeing the colour contrast with a rich, yummy, always loved chocolate sponge. Note to self: can I fit more adjectives in here??

In truth, whatever flavour you choose, be it from the more traditional range (as above) or something a little more unusual, your cake should make you happy. From one cake lover to another - go with whichever flavours your heart desires! And if you don't have an outright favourite, remember I also do taster boxes, so you can test out the flavours before you decide! Or just request a box, and eat all the cake as a pick me up... :) 

*Sarcasm