It’s a simple process that can take days, weeks or even months, depending on your budget.
But the cake itself is also the biggest item on the cake-making table.
Here are 10 tips to make a wedding-themed cake that’s both affordable and fun.
Step 1: Prepare your cake to order: When shopping for a cake, choose a cake from a variety of styles, shapes and colors.
The best option for your budget is to use a standard cake-mix recipe that comes with the cake.
For example, a 1-pound, 2-inch cake can be mixed with a 12-inch round cake and a 2-pound cake.
Step 2: Add butter, flour and baking powder to your mix.
Mix your ingredients in a bowl until smooth.
Add eggs, milk and vanilla.
Stir until blended.
Step 3: Pour the mixture into your prepared cake pan.
Step 4: Bake at 350 degrees F for 10 to 12 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
The cake will set at the center of the cake, and it will set a bit more if it’s left on the baking sheet for too long.
If it’s too brown, it’ll spread to the edges.
Step 5: When the cake has set, turn it out onto a serving plate and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
The frosting is optional.
You can make your cake the traditional way, by using a vanilla ice cream scoop or by using cake frosting.
You could also use a whipped cream topping to create a soft, moist cake.
When baking, the cake will cool slightly.
Remove the frosting from the cake pan and place it in a small bowl.
Cover and refrigerate for about 20 minutes, until firm.
When you’re ready to serve, place a small plate or tray on a cutting board, and cut out a shape.
This can be a flower, a star, a flower and a bowl or mug, depending upon the size of your cake.
Then, put the shape on the serving plate.
Step 6: Pour your frosting on the dish.
Step 7: Bake the cake for about 45 minutes, depending how well the cake is baked.
The longer you bake the cake in the oven, the more delicious it will be.
Step 8: Serve the cake at the table.
Step 9: Top with whipped cream and serve.
You can use vanilla ice-cream or a whipped-cream topping, but I like to use the vanilla frosting because it’s easier to spread and the frost is more subtle.
You might also use vanilla cake sprinkles or white chocolate chips to garnish the cake or even sprinkle on top.