groom’s cake is suppose to be a gift from the bride to the groom. In
ancient times, it was believed that if a single woman put a piece of
the groom’s cake under her pillow, she would dream that night of the
man she would marry.
This cake is usually dark, liquor-soaked,
CHOCOLATE, or deep chocolate fudge. The cake would be displayed next
to the wedding cake and later cut up and put in small white boxes for
the guests to bring home.
Sometimes the groom’s cake is served at the
reception as an alternative or SECOND DESSERT choice. Until recently,
many couples had chosen to forego the groom's cake, as an unnecessary
However, the groom’s cake has made a recent
comeback. It has shown up as dessert at the rehearsal dinner or a
"late night snack" to be enjoyed with the wedding party. It makes for
a great surprise, a few laughs and who can resist a deep, double
chocolate fudge cake?
Many are getting creative with the groom’s cake
and making it in various shapes and styles to match the groom’s
personality or a particular interest or hobby. How about a cake in the
shape of a golf club, computer, boat, or a slot machine, just to name