The price seemed about in-line with a traditional wedding cake. We scheduled the cake about a month and a half in advance, at which time we discussed logistics and our general thoughts on the cake design. About a week before, we followed up to lock the design down. We were trying to decide between fresh flowers and artificial decorations. The shop does not provide either, but will place flowers or decorations you purchase on the cake when they are setting it up. After reading about how many of the flowers we liked are poisonous, we opted for felt flowers and hot glued little sticks on them ourselves so they could stick them into the cake. We also opted for a traditional love bird topper from a local craft supply store.
No one would have guessed the cake was vegan at the wedding. The kids rallied for more pieces. We got a layer of white, one of chocolate, and the smaller two layers were strawberry. We liked all of them. The icing was really thick and super sweet, but that's a traditional wedding cake for you. We were out of our frozen leftover cake pretty fast! As a bonus, the business will make you a one-year wedding anniversary cake as part of your wedding cake purchase, so there's no need to freeze your top layer.