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Cake

Whats everyone doing for their cake? I am thinking about doing a small 2 or 3 tier cake for my FI and I to cut and the rest sheet cakses from Costco? Anyone have abaker they reccomend that is reasonable?

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  • Sweet Treats by Jeff. He is out of Savage. His cakes are AMAZING and he is very reasonably priced!
  • Queen of Cakes is really good too, and her prices seemed to be pretty good.
  • I'll second queen of cakes.  Their customer service was outstanding and their cake was beautiful and delicious! We did a 3 tiered cake that was served to family and wedding party first, and supplemented for the rest with that was needed with sheet cake from Costco.  
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  • In Response to Re: Cake:
    [QUOTE]Sweet Treats by Jeff. He is out of Savage. His cakes are AMAZING and he is very reasonably priced!
    Posted by Cackle6[/QUOTE]

    Ditto this :-)  His cake is so tasty and amazing prices!!
  • I'm actually thinking about doing that too.  Our venue requires a licensed baker to provide the cake, but I have a good friend who also makes cakes as an amateur.  I'm thinking that I might have her create a tiered cake for show.  She'll make the top tier out of cake (for our 1 year anniversary) and the other tier(s) out of styrofoam.  Then we'll just serve everyone from the sheet cakes, but have a pretty cake around!

    I know Byerly's/Lunds makes some more interesting sheet cake flavors if you still want to have something sorta unique.
  • Miss Sara's Cakery in Hastings has some pretty amazing cake! She's extremely talented, creative and has some really yummy flavors. I don't care for frosting very much but hers was really good.
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  • We're doing cake centerpieces. Killing two birds with one stone :) The price per slice is only 1.70 when you do it as a centerpiece (compared to about 3.5), and I won't need to make big expensive centerpieces! We're using JKB Cakes in Blaine. Definitely not a ritzy-glitzy place, more of a ma and pa kind of shop, but their cake was delicious (this is coming from a girl that would take PIE over cake any day!)
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