Ideas for a cheese wedding cake
We’re not big fans of cake and would love to have a cheese version instead. What flavours and designs would you suggest for a spring wedding?
"When it comes to cheese wedding cakes, the flavours aren’t something you need to consider like you would with a usual wedding cake. Depending on the number of tiers, you can include a range of different flavours to suit everyone’s preferences. There are so many variations on the market, so whatever you like, chances are many of your guests will like it also. You could have two cheddars which taste nice, one with a shiny view of the outside like a processed cheese or a nice farmhouse style, which is encrusted in a salty thicker outer layer that gives it the appearance you want for your cake.
"Just because it’s cheese doesn’t mean it can’t be decorated with flowers or lace. For an autumnal wedding, you could place it on a nice wooden board with black grapes, figs and other darker coloured fruit, but for spring, perhaps on a frosted glass plate, with lace and flowers to tie in with your theme. To add a splash of colour, go with coloured fruits like strawberries, figs and greenery. Stay away from coloured cheeses and go with blues, brie, white hard options to keep the colours light and fresh."