Sofia’s Cakes Tagaytay-Amadeo Road is proud to have been a part of Eunice and Raymond’s Tagaytay wedding through this lovely travel-themed wedding cupcake tower we’ve put together for their big day!
Adorning the cupcake tower is Raymond and Eunice’s custom cake figurine, featuring Raymond in his pilot uniform, and Eunice in her wedding gown, with both of them sitting on a little airplane. We’ve incorporated their purple-and-green color palette on the bride’s bouquet, and on the detailing on the plane.
The custom cake figurine sits on top of a one-tier moist chocolate wedding cake with buttercream frosting, which in turn forms the top of our wedding cupcake tower.
The cupcakes on the tower are also made of moist chocolate, and also have buttercream frosting. The cupcakes also have travel-themed candy toppers on them. Eunice and Raymond also requested that their cupcakes be packed in individual dome packaging so that their guests can easily take these giveaways with them as wedding souvenirs.
Wedding Cupcake Tower Specifications:
Custom Cake Topper: Groom in pilot uniform, bride in bridal gown. Both seated on top of a little passenger airplane.
1-Tier Cake: approximate size is 7×4″, in moist chocolate and butter cream frosting.
Cupcakes: 50 cupcakes in moist chocolate with custom travel-themed candy toppers. Has clear dome packaging and “Thank You” cards.
Wedding cupcakes are a popular choice for wedding favors. Aside from the obvious (who doesn’t love cupcakes?), they’re extremely versatile, as you can use the as design elements to help play up your wedding reception theme/motif, they can be served to your guests, or your guests can help themselves to some on your cupcake tower or dessert station, or you can arrange for them to be individually packed in boxes and ribbons for your family and friends to bring home.
Shown above: buttercream-frosted wedding cupcakes with fancy cupcake liners.
As far as wedding favors go, they’re pretty cost-friendly too. They’re fairly easy to customize, they make for great picture-taking, they make great conversation pieces (note how they get shared a lot on Facebook and Instagram!), and they taste great! Continue reading Cupcakes at Your Wedding Reception→
“Colin and I went around Metro Manila to find the right cake and cupcake supplier who was willing to work with our limited budget. While a lot of those vendors delivered excellently, I would usually be turned off with the exorbitant costs of delivery, out-of-town fees, and rental fee for the cake stand.
All these were solved when I discovered Sofia’s Cakes along Amadeo road in Tagaytay City. The first time we sat with the owner, Renzie Baluyut, we immediately liked how well he communicated and listened to our needs. He even went out of his way of giving us cake samples when we met up with him at The Fort for food tasting. We immediately fell in love with their chocolate cake and cupcakes. They were moist and rich in flavor. What’s even better is that they only charge a delivery fee of 200 pesos and no extra charging for the rent of the cake stand. Renzie listened to what we wanted and delivered our customized “cycling-themed” cake without compromising the quality of the cake itself. Some of our guests even had 3 servings!
Sofia’s Cakes might not be in the A-list of cakes and cupcakes in the country yet, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they get there soon enough. =)”
From the management and staff of Sofia’s Cakes Tagaytay-Amadeo Road, we thank you so much for all those kind words, Carmela! We’re glad to have been a part of your big day!
Here are more cupcake tower photos from Colin & Carmela’s wedding. Photo credits go to Puy Talde and his team over at Really Awesome Weddings.
Colin and Carmela sharing a tender moment for their first dance together as a newlyweds.
Colin and Carmela’s cupcake tower has little blue candy cyclists topping each buttercream cupcake.
The cake-slicing ceremony. The custom bride-and-groom cake topper is a nod to Colin and Carmela’s love for cross-country cycling.
You know what we’d also love to do? We’d like to use this post to kick off a series of blog posts featuring real Tagaytay weddings from our very own newlywed clients. Those should be coming up real soon!