The groom’s cake served at weddings is a tradition that originated in Victorian England, but observed more often in the modern age in the American South. While a wedding cake may often be decorated in white and light in texture or color, the groom’s cake can take a variety of forms, many incorporating chocolate or fruit. Cheesecake sometimes serves as a groom’s cake. The groom’s cake is often served at a table separate from the wedding cake at a wedding reception or wedding breakfast, though it may be served as a dessert for a rehearsal dinner.
During this time of Super Bowl LI we wanted to take a look back at some of the Groom’s Cakes our Brides have served at their Weddings. Groom’s Cakes are often whimsical in design or reflect school spirit. Let’s start with schools and then we will show you some others.
Typically Groom’s Cakes are usually chocolate, spice, red velvet, or carrot cake.
Now for a few more whimsical and hobby cakes.
Most of our Wedding Cakes and Groom’s Cakes are baked by Cakes by Jula. Jula Tragni has been in the League City area for the past 30 years. We are proud that her cakes are part of our package.