Crystal Ballroom wedding receptions aren’t complete without a standout cake. Bridal couples are welcome to secure their own or we can assist with a cake referral. Either way, most couples will be faced with several crucial decisions about the cake’s design and key components. For instance, many must decide on which icing would be best. Some may long for butter cream but worry that it won’t hold up in the Florida heat. Others desire fondant but stress over whether or not it will taste good.
So which type of icing should you choose for your Crystal Ballroom wedding? Let’s look at the two, most popular options in a bit more depth. Both have the potential to fall prey to the Florida heat. The fondant, for example may crack whereas the butter cream could melt. Good thing the Crystal Ballroom is climate controlled! In addition, we work with some of the area’s premier bakers.
So, you can trust that they’ll take all of the necessary precautions to ensure that your fondant or butter cream cake arrives looking beautiful! Still have doubts? Check out Sanford’s own bakery, Cake Designers. Unlike some other Florida bakers, their delivery staff members are wedding cake experts. As such, if fate does intervene and cause your wedding cake’s beauty to fade en route, they can restore it properly. Plus, they are familiar with Crystal Ballroom locations’ layouts. So, they’ll get your cake in place, in time and ready to serve as requested.
What other differences are there when it comes to butter cream and fondant? Well, as our cake vendors will confirm, one tends to be better when it comes to detail work. The spatula down winner in that regard is fondant. To learn more about these differences and others, please contact the Crystal Ballroom wedding experts today.