Sacramento area brides: Cake?

Who's making your cake? My aunt was going to but now we're not so sure, she's being hesitant about I'm going to shop around. Suggestions?

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Re: Sacramento area brides: Cake?

  • isoletteisolette member
    edited December 2011
    I think I am going with D'agostini they are in the Somerset area they are yummy
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  • Aimee8314Aimee8314 member
    edited December 2011
    We did a few tastings (mostly at bridal shows) and Divine Desserts in Loomis was clearly the best.  I hate store bought cake.  and I adore their stuff.  If nothing else - it's worth it to go to a tasting. :)  They quoted me at $3.50 a serving which was the same as freeport and sheltons.  and Jose and Esther are very nice. 
  • mushEmushE member
    edited December 2011
    I'm booking Wendy Murray - she works out of Vacaville.  Her website is:

    I haven't met her or tasted yet (actually, I think we might not bother), but she was recommended by another bride on this board.  Her prices are great, and she seems very nice.  I believe that she recently opened her own business, but has been making cakes for a long time.
  • edited December 2011
    I highly recommend Ettore's in Sacramento.  :)
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