We were enchanted with the cake we designed recently to go with Jacinta & Bart’s Woodland theme wedding. This gorgeous couple nailed every tiny detail for their big day, right down to the tree trunk segment that their bespoke cheese tower was presented on. Here’s a peek at some of the images, photography by Long Way Home. Click through to see the entire wedding.
Congratulations to gorgeous couple Alicia and Frank who celebrated their wedding in October at the Convent Gallery in Daylesford with a bespoke cheese tower designed especially for the occasion.
The cheese cake was created from a 3kg wheel of Rouzaire Fromage D’Meaux, a wheel of Uplands Pleasant Ridge Reserve, a Delice De Bourgogne Fourme D’Ambert and topped with a little Le Jack 200g wheel. The cheese tower was then deconstructed and served as a grazing table for their very lucky guests, along with housemade lavosh, muscatels and quince paste and dessert wines and port.
Says Alicia: “My husband and I are avid cheese consumers, so it was a no-brainer that cheese was going to be a focal point for our day.
As for the choices, we were principally guided by the very fun tasting session I had with Laura. I like to think we’re rather egalitarian when it comes to our cheese – we like it in all flavours, colours and varieties. But we do have a sweet spot for blue – so it was an essential part of the tower.
We were also paying attention to the colour of the rind. We were looking for white tones – although we went with a muslin wrap for the Wisconsin ‘Pleasant Ridge’ cheese because the smoky flavour was too delish to pass up despite it’s brown rind, and it was a sturdy base for the rest of the cheese wheels.”
We think Alicia and Frank’s cheese tower is simply sublime, and these photos are just amazing. Thank you for letting us be part of your special day, guys!
We’re crushing kind of hard on our new cheese tower poster, featuring the gorgeously epic cheese cake that was created for Milk the Cow owner, Daniel, and his beautiful new wife Hannah for their February wedding. More pics of the actual day are to come… for now, how about this for the perfect example of how breathtaking a cheese tower can be? Swoon.