Even in a pandemic, folks are getting married. And where there’s a wedding — even a small one in the backyard — there’s usually a cake.
Home bakers looking to make their own wedding cakes don’t need a fancy, multi-tiered tower. But how can they create something that rises above the ordinary?
First, don’t be overly ambitious, says Jocelyn Delk Adams, cookbook author and founder of the Grandbaby Cakes blog. People tend to put a lot of pressure on themselves when making wedding cakes.
“Don’t go too wild,” she cautions. Make a practice cake or two so you feel prepared for the big day.