Wedding Cakes in Cabo
Posted 22 September 2006 - 07:51 PM
Posted 23 September 2006 - 03:23 AM
| Originally Posted by NABUMBAH |
no, I have not. I figure it's pretty hard to screw up cupcakes. I have seen her site - she seems to do a pretty good job.
Posted 28 September 2006 - 03:02 PM
This version is simple but still lovely! Yum!
Posted 28 September 2006 - 03:17 PM
Tammy, maybe you can help me out here, but I seem to recall on of our brides having a horrendous experience w/Jeniffer Hatton. I'm thinking it was April who had a really crappy cake from her. She's also let a few girls down in terms of mis-communications. Definitely read thru the old site before you commit to her as your cake/cupcake vendor.
Not trying to burst any bubbles, but I'd hate for any of you girls to have a bad experience.
Posted 28 September 2006 - 04:01 PM
| Originally Posted by gkashmira |
So i was having two thoughts about wedding cake. For one thing I'm not that crazy about cake to begin with. BUT my dad seems really upset by the idea of us not have a wedding cake.
The Hilton charges either 10/pp or a 3/pp "cutting fee" if you bring your cake in from outside... so with let's say 50 people that's a $500 cake! So this brings me to my next point - cupcakes.
A) Do you think if we served individual serving/ wrapped (therefore no plates or forks needed) cupcakes I could talk the Hilton into waiving the $3/pp "cutting fee." At this point there would be nothing to cut and they couldn't even say that we would need their plates and service...
I just like the idea of cupcakes - a friend even said that you can buy these tiered cupcake trays to put them together in the shape of a cake!
So on that note, any recommendations for bakeries? I wonder if cupcakes would be more or less expensive. I feel like then should be less... I mean who's ever heard of a $10 cupcake!?! Even here is Los Angeles that's outrageous!
Hilton / San Jose Catholic Church
Posted 28 September 2006 - 04:11 PM
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April's Dreams review
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