I think its bad enough when couples try to get cake on the other...much less ask their guests to place a "bet" on who will get more cake on their face. This is just terrible.Posted by CarolineandDean
In Response to Re: who's wearing the cake bet wording? : I've told FI if he even tried, he's dead.Posted by achiduck
In Response to Re: who's wearing the cake bet wording? : Same. I told him it's the epitome of disrespect and that I don't think it's cute, sweet, funny, or entertaining. Oh, and that I'm wearing the most expensive garment I will ever wear in my life and spending more money than I've ever spent on hair and make-up, and if any of those things are smeared with red velvet cake, I will not be pleased. I think he got the picture. Posted by Ali092011
Im sorry....this is extremely tacky. Asking for money is bad and smashing cake in your new husbands face is also low class.Posted by TheSlowskys
Has everyone who has posted on this board forgot that weddings are also to be fun. My fiancé and I are doing this in place of the dollar dance as he is not a fan of dancing. It's cute and fun and we both have talked about it that we will be respectful and not completely smash cake all over each other. I think you all need to take a step back and remember this is a fun day and a party to celebrate your marriage, quit being so darn serious, relax and enjoy the day!