We now live in a world of hashtags, updates, uploaded pics/vids, and mobile apps. There’s a whole lot of rules involving all this tech, so here are a few updated, social media-related wedding etiquette tips when it comes to your big day in Tagaytay.
If You’re Planning Your Wedding
Call your parents before pressing “post” or “tweet” to announce your engagement. Your close friends and family will want to hear it straight from you first.
A Facebook status or tweet might be the most efficient way to get the news out, but it’s not the most personal. You know which friends and family members would appreciate to hear the news directly from you. Plus, it’s likely that older family members (like your grandparents) don’t have Facebook or Snapchat accounts and could miss the message altogether. Continue reading The New Rules of Wedding Etiquette→
For beautiful Tagaytay country weddings, you might want to consider a professional wedding florist. Here are 6 things you should know when you’re working with one for your big day. Article by Catherine Clark of Offbeat Bride.
Offbeat couples run the gamut with their floral choices: bouquet alternatives and non-floral bouquets, DIYed flowers, paper flowers, and of course, good ol’ lucious real flower arrangements. We’ve seen them DIYed from a supermarket, arranged at a farmer’s market the day before, or designed and set up by professional florists.
Another client asked us, “Hey Sofia’s Cakes, got any ideas on how I can label my jars for my wedding giveaways?”
Sure we do! Jars make for excellent giveaways for not just weddings, but for parties and other special occasions as well. While they aren’t as cost-effective as cupcakes, jars allow you an give out just about anything you want:
your favorite candy
cake, cheesecake, cookies, brownies, and other sweet treats
dry ingredient mixes of all kinds, from soups, to dips, even for cookies, smores, and hot chocolate drinks
jams, jellies, and preserves
scrubs and salts
I’m sure there are a whole lot of other ideas out there, but as you can see, jar giveaways do give you lots of options.
So let’s check out a few cool ideas we’ve found online on getting labels on these jars of yours.
Sofia’s Cakes Tagaytay-Amadeo Road has been in the business of wedding cakes since early 2013. We’re now on our third year of operations, and we’ve seen a lot of weddings– from small, intimate gatherings, to grand weddings with hundreds of guests– happen here in Metro Tagaytay.
Which is to say we’ve delivered all kinds of wedding cakes in Tagaytay as well. Of the hundreds we’ve put together, however, there are a few wedding cakes with designs which are not just tried-and-tested, but also elegant in their simplicity.
Blue is a common color we work with here at Sofia’s Cakes. Which means a lot of Tagaytay weddings have the color blue as part of their color palette. In this post, let’s talk more about blue Tagaytay wedding cakes.
In fact, a lot of our soon-to-wed brides come to us with all sorts of pegs and mood boards with blue wedding cakes. More about the color blue, as well as a few mood boards, and some color palettes below.
If you’re considering having a Tagaytay wedding cake made for your big day, then you’ve come to the right place. Sofia’s Cakes Tagaytay-Amadeo is Metro Tagaytay’s top-of-mind supplier of custom cakes for garden weddings and rustic-themed weddings, as well as for debuts, anniversaries, and other special occasions.
Custom Tagaytay Wedding Cake Creations
The Isolde Design: 3 Tier Wedding Cake with Lamp and Custom Cake Topper
The Elise Design: 2-tier ruffled fondant wedding cake.
The Laurisse Design: 4 Tier All-White Wedding Cake with a Touch of Gold
The Therese Design in 4 tiers.
Kate & Jun’s 3-Tier Buttercream Wedding Cake.
Renzie and Odette’s 5-Tier Wedding Cake. The satellite cakes around the main wedding cake are also made of real cake!
The GJ Design: 4-Tier Wedding Cake with Custom Monogram Topper
Chel & Lan’s Wedding Cake, with custom bride-and-groom topper.
The Melissa Design. 3-tier fondant cake. Custom cake toppers not included.
The Cassandra Design: 5-Tier Wedding Cake with Salmon Pink Ribbons and Flecks of Gold
The Geraldine Design: 4-tier fondant cake with lavender floral accents.
Mitchie & Kenneth’s Wedding Cake and Custom Cake Topper.
Katherine’s Wedding Cake in Crystals and Midnight Blue accents
Jaclyn’s Wedding Cupcake Tower. Large turquoise cupcake-shaped cake topping the tower, with cupcakes in turquoise and yellow buttercream frosting.
The Benjielyn Design: 5 Tier Wedding Cake with Lavender Trimmings and Floral Accents
Fresh red roses on a custom wedding cake in 3 tiers.
The Ning Design: Country harana-themed topper, atop a customc cupcake tower.
Customize your own Tagaytay wedding cake! Send us your pegs, your mood boards, or whatever notes you have on hand. Our team can throw in their recommendations to help you come up with just the right cake design for your big day!
Annie Design in White Buttercream and Fresh Flowers
The Regina Design. 3-tier fondant cake. Custom cake topper not included.
The Hazel Design. 3-tier fondant cake.
The Cassidy Design. 3-tier fondant cake. Custom cake topper not included. +Php500 adjustment for the use of this design.
3-Tier Rowena Design
3-Tier Wendy Design
3-Tier Ursula Design
The Ofelia Design. 3-tier fondant cake.
3-Tier Mona Design. Blue fondant wedding cake, with design elements in light blue and white.
The Emily Design. 3-tier fondant cake. +Php500 adjustment for the use of this design.
3-Tier Dixie Design
2-Tier Mimilanie Design
The Grace Design. 3-tier fondant cake. Custom cake topper not included. +Php1500 adjustment for the use of this design.
3-Tier Melissa Design
3-Tier Samantha Design
Or you can choose one of our available portfolio wedding cake designs. Jump to our Gallery for more of our designs, or our curated section on cake pegs and inspirations for even more Tagaytay wedding cake ideas. Personalize it according to your color palette, and make adjustments to your preferred size, and cake flavor.
Our signature dessert cakes make for great additions to any dessert station or candy station, or can be given away as wedding favors for your ninongs, ninangs, and other VIP guests, or as prizes for any contests or games you might have at your Tagaytay wedding reception.