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Cake for One




These monogrammed groom's cakes were given to all at the wedding of Francesca Andrews and Ross Goodwin in New York City. Made by caterer Glorious Food, the cakes were tucked into boxes and bound with bows, which tied them to Andrews's wedding theme: purple. Guests took them home to enjoy or to test tradition: It's said that if an unmarried woman sleeps with a piece of wedding cake under her pillow, she will dream of her own wedding.

Martha Stewart Weddings, Winter/Spring 1997



Reviews (6)

  • njjunglist 4 May, 2011

    How Cute

  • KendraDawn 27 Sep, 2009

    So you're giving a single cake,instead of having a big cake?

  • JMarsden 15 May, 2009

    I love these kinds of ideas, it is a very thank-you gift for everyone for coming to your wedding, or any other kind of thank-you.

  • andreavdmescht 26 Mar, 2009

    This is great! I will be doing this for our wedding cake but will be setting it up as a cake on a beautiful stand.

  • Sweet_D 23 Feb, 2009

    OMG!! That's a fabulous idea!!

  • tizinu 24 Jan, 2009

    This would be an excellent do-it-yourself favor with brownies! The boxes are just the perfect size for brownies and you can get them at Michael's. The brownies can be dipped in ganache and then decorated with your monogram. :)