Wedding Cupcakes

Have you been to a wedding and they served cupcakes instead of cake?  This is more than just a trend and is becoming increasingly popular!  I wish this is something we thought of when Amy and I got married almost 8 years ago (yes, she has stuck with me for 8 years now).  We had a cake at our wedding, well more like 4 cakes at our wedding.  We offered 3 flavors, chocolate, vanilla and red velvet and had so much cake left over it was ridiculous!  In the end we had too much cake, paid too much money and it did not really blow anyone’s socks off. 

If Amy could turn back the hands of time, she would have selected an amazing display of about 150 cupcakes in 6 different flavors at her wedding (and Wentworth Miller waiting for her at the altar).  Her guests would still be talking about how they enjoyed it, much more so than if it was just cake.  Sorry Amy, The Sweet Tooth was not around back then, and you are still stuck with me!  But I know what you mean (about the cupcakes).  I would quickly trade my red velvet goom’s cake for a jumbo peanut butter dream!  I’m sure you have been to a wedding before and seen half eaten pieces of cake on tables everywhere.  All of that beautiful cake goes to waste after a couple of bites.  Now if there was a nice selection of cupcakes available from The Sweet Tooth, you would not see half eaten cupcakes anywhere.  As a matter of fact, if you get up to congratulate the bride and groom, you should bring your cupcake with you.  Leave your Very Berry cupcake on a table unattended, it will be in someone else’s stomach before you even leave the room. 

Cupcakes are also great for conversation; guests will ask one another what flavor they selected and how much they enjoyed it (we can’t prevent anyone from talking with their mouths full).  Cupcakes are not only great tasting and good for conversation; they can also save time.  Cupcakes are self-serve, so your Aunt Emma does not have to cut and serve cake all evening.  The best part, cupcakes save you money!!! The going rate for wedding cake is about $3 per slice plus $1 – $2 in cake cutting fees per slice.  Depending on the number of guests you are expecting, that could add up quickly.  Our event pricing could allow you to have cupcakes at your wedding for as little as $1.25 per cupcake!

If you are getting married, or know someone else who is, consider cupcakes from The Sweet Tooth.  Let us make this memorable day sweeter than you ever imagined.   View the video below and share it with anyone who might be interested.


*Price is current at the time of this blog posting.  Prices are subject to change.

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3 Responses to Wedding Cupcakes

  1. Misty says:

    Look how cute you two are!!

  2. Debz Buller says:

    GREAT blog this morning, Trevor! I just DJ’d a wedding reception where cupcakes were served in lieu of traditional wedding cake. But they were provided by the bride’s poor mom, who really could have enjoyed everything and utilized her energy for better things much more effectively, had she ordered from the Sweet Tooth! She slaved for countless hours over those cupcakes! And, there were no Vegan Jamaican Sensation cupcakes for the Vegan DJ! 😦

    Save time, money, and get the most delicious cupcakes for any of your events, but ESPECIALLY for your wedding, by trusting the Sweet Tooth to provide their heavenly cupcakes!

    Debz Shakti Buller
    "DJ Shakti"
    PS: LOVE the perfect video! I will be passing the link on to all my prospective event, and, especially, wedding gig clients! PROMOTE HAPPINESS!

  3. Sylvia says:

    What a wonderfully fatening blog! 😉 I’m so glad I found you. I’m stopping by from the A to Z challenge and I look forward to visiting again soon.

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