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I didn't think about people not liking cheesecake. Maybe I'll do mini cheesecake and cupcakes?
I think that would be a great idea. I personally do not understand someone not adoring cheesecake as much as my entire family seems to, but I am told these people do exist. They would surely appreciate cupcakes.
Out of curiosity, I have never seen a bride told on here to have a second dessert other than cake in case some people don't like it. And, as some posters can attest, lots of people don't like cake. So why the difference with cheesecake?
Yum....can you have some topping options off to the side, like fruit or chocolate. That would be amazing!!!
My fiance really wants cheesecake at our wedding since it is his favorite. I haven't yet determined how we can pull this off (our destination wedding venue has some limitations on outside vendors), but I hope we can do it somehow (maybe grooms cake?) to make him happy. So I am excited to hear that other couples are looking at cheesecake as an option.I am a little surprised that some previous posters have suggested that you need a non-cheesecake dessert option because cheesecake is more polarizing than regular cake. Maybe I'm not experienced enough with weddings to have a valid opinion, but it seems unfair to expect the host/hostess to provide a variety of dessert options. I would never go to a wedding expecting that there must be a regular cake, but maybe that's because even though I love dessert I rarely feel like a meal needs dessert to be properly hosted. If over a mealtime, I generally hope that there would be some variety of food options, but I always feel like dessert is just a major bonus.