Florida Keys Wedding Cakes

Search and Browse some of the best Wedding Bakers and Pastry Chefs located in the Florida Keys. From Key Largo, Islamoda, Marathon, & Key West. 

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HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR WEDDING BAKER

When selecting your Florida Keys Wedding Cakes and Baker, we suggest to go local on this one, most of the weddings in the Florida Keys are out doors on the beach, so the local Florida Keys Wedding Bakers have a better idea on how to prepare for hot, windy and salty days. We have some of the most amazing, talented local bakers that can help you design and custom make different flavors. 

Helpful Tips

  • Display Time

  • Cake Cutting Later in the Night

  • Cake Tier

  • Overlooked Items

  • Chocolate Cake

  • Cake Tables

If you have no idea what kind of cake or dessert that you might want no worries contact your Florida Keys Wedding  Baker and she can help you come up with a great idea and even help you with a grooms cake. 

5 Helpful Tips with your wedding baker and cake

1.) Display Time

In the summer months, schedule your cake to be displayed 30 minutes into cocktail hour to prevent bugs and the leaning tower of pisa

2.) Cake Cutting

If your cake cutting is scheduled later in the night you can always have your photographer take a pretend cake cutting photo once your cake is displayed.

3.) Cake Top Tier

If you plan on saving your top tier ask your baker to supply a box and inform your caterer not to serve the top tier 

4.) Overlooked Items

Don’t forget about the items that are often over looked like the actual cake table, linen, and cake cutter.

5.) Chocolate Cake

 If you are thinking of having Chocolate cake, stick to a light layer on the bottom (that is the layer you will cut into) you do not want to risk having chocolate on your teeth or a dark smudge on your wedding dress