A groom's cake is a wedding tradition originating in Victorian England, but
observed more often in the modern age in the American South. While a wedding
What is a groom's cake? Traditionally, it's a gift from the bride to the groom that
reflects his personality and interests in his favorite cake flavor. The groom's cake
The tradition of the groom's cake can be traced back to the Victorian era in
England, when, in addition to the main wedding cake, there was also a groom's
Whether you and your groom have different ideas when it comes to the wedding
cake, or you're just looking for any excuse for more desserts, get inspired by our ...
Jun 29, 2012 ... The groom's cake has a rich tradition in wedding history, particularly in the
American South. Historically, a groom's cake was often a chocolatey, ...
Mar 6, 2013 ... When it comes to Southern wedding traditions, I find the groom's cake to be an
especially fun one! Groom's cakes can be traced back to ...
Sep 24, 2013 ... For Steel Magnolias fans, "groom's cake" will probably forever bring to mind a red
velvet armadillo cake. You remember: But this is so not the ...
Check out our easy to follow Chocolate Fudge Groom's Cake recipe including
ingredients, tools and step-by-step instructions.
Apr 11, 2014 ... The groom's cake is arguably the best-known Southern wedding tradition, thanks
to staff favorite Steel Magnolias! Today we're sharing the ...
Slices of the groom's cake can be boxed as a memento of the wedding for
departing guests. Legend says if a young maiden sleeps with a slice under her