Laredo Wedding Cakes
Will you choose a brightly decorated and artistically sculpted fondant cake to reflect the Southwestern style of the locale, or a pure white vision of buttercream beauty topped with fresh roses? As you begin exploring Laredo wedding cakes, take into consideration the number of guests that will be attending your reception, your theme, and your budget. A tasting and consultation with a few of the vendors below can help you determine what kind of cake you’ll serve your wedding guests.
Laredo Wedding Cakes Resource: Cakeland
You’ll be amazed at the masterpieces created by the family that owns and operates Cakeland, a fixture in Laredo for more than forty years. From tall, cream-colored four-tier cakes with cascading fresh flowers to pink hatbox-style cakes with intricate scroll work – anything you dream up can be created by this team. A 20% deposit is required at the time the order is placed. Cakeland allows you to make payments on your cake, but it must be paid in full a week before the wedding. There are three locations in Laredo to serve you: East Del Mar Boulevard, East Saunders, and Zacatecas.
Laredo Wedding Cakes Resource: Beatriz Cakes
Beatriz can work with you to create the Laredo wedding cake of your dreams! Beatriz is known for delicious fruit-filled wedding cakes covered in cream cheese icing. Whether you prefer a colorful creation with gum paste flowers or a simple design topped with fresh flowers – Beatriz can help create it. Schedule an appointment or stop by the bakery on West Hillside Road.
A few other great bakeries in the Laredo area include:
- Los Pasteles Bakery and Coffee Shop located on Springfield Avenue.
- Polo’s Bakery on Garfield Street.
Tips for Purchasing Laredo Wedding Cakes
Ask whether the designer will work with your florist if you prefer fresh flower embellishments, and inquire about delivery prices. It’s important to know if the bakery can deliver to your chosen venue and what that delivery charge will be. If you’re completely prepared, there will be no surprises to put a damper on your wedding day.