FOOD AND DRINK
10 of the Most Instagramable Wedding Cakes for 2022
14 January 2022
For cakes with artisan elegance and a fine art finish, we love the boho vibes of this cakery that give a nod to their Lake District home. At Belle we are OBSESSING over this asymmetrical design! For brides looking for something totally different, to catch their guests eyes on their day,...
Summer Wedding Menus: What to Pick and Why, with Baba Ganoush Catering
1 July 2021
It’s a big talking point, and the highlight of the day for many, so getting your food right on your wedding day is vital. Read on to make sure no one goes hungry at your soirée! What? Sharing Feast When? All Summer Why? Allows your wedding to be more social, relaxed and fun! With different...
Meet the Guest List: Marley Rose Cakes
16 March 2021
For all the foodies out there (let’s face it, who isn’t?!), the cake is the piéce de rèsistance of a wedding day. A centrepiece for your guests to marvel at, a slice of sweet deliciousness following your meal, and a personalised masterpiece of you as a couple – there’s no desert quite...
The Wonder of Woodhill: Why To Book For Your 2021/22 Wedding
29 December 2020
It’s a takeover Saturday today on the #BelleBlog, and we’re handing the reins to esteemed Northumberland wedding venue on our Venue Guest List, Woodhill. Resplendent in 100 acres of privately-owned grounds, and bursting with eclectic country class, this unique bolthole provides a plethora of...
Top Tips For Choosing Your Wedding Cake From The Vintage Cake Fairy
21 December 2020
Tis the season to be jolly (and eat copious amounts of cake). While tiers are probably the last thing you want to hear about right now, we promise you’ll be interested in these sweeter ones… Christmas is the perfect time to start thinking about your wedding cake – namely because you can do a...
The Icing on the Cake: Your guide to the perfect slice
4 June 2019
Originally not a cake at all, back in ancient Rome the groom would break a loaf of barley bread over the brides head at the end of their wedding to symbolise fertility. This later evolved into a pile of spiced buns in medieval England, and then pies and finally wedding cakes. These days wedding...