Cakes by Beth

Dessert tables are the latest craze from across the pond, brought to you by Cakes by Beth.

By Lee Isherwood | June 13th '11

Dessert tables are the latest craze from across the pond

Having more than just a cake at your celebration is big news.  From LeAnn Rimes’ beautiful wedding display to Miley Cyrus’ 18th birthday party, celebrities in the US are setting the standard for offering amazing, coordinated sweet treats to their guests. Following the trend from America, dessert tables are now a must have for UK weddings as well. Even Wills and Kate opted for something a bit different, with their chocolate biscuit groom’s cake.

Whole tables of desserts in beautiful, coordinated displays provide guests with an exciting choice of taste sensations and ensure that there is something for everyone. It’s not just wedding. This exciting trend is now becoming popular over with baby showers, birthdays and other celebrations wanting to create a real wow factor around their cake centrepieces.

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Cakes by Beth, creator of bespoke, contemporary wedding and celebration cakes, has just unveiled their new range of dessert tables, providing the North West with the opportunity to indulge in this delicious trend.

Beth Mottershead, owner of Cakes by Beth said: “I’ve had a lot of enquiries from brides and grooms, and people organising important celebrations, about how they can make their cake stand out and be something different. I offer a range of cupcakes, cookies and cake pops but the key is how to combine them all into an amazing display. Therefore, I launched my dessert tables, which are the perfect solution.”

With a range of custom desserts, Cakes by Beth can cater for all of your guests’ tastes, including those with food allergies.  Dessert tables are also a great idea if you have children in attendance as you can have boozy cakes and cupcakes, but then more child friendly cookies and cake pops, for example.

“It’s the perfect way to transform your beautiful cake into a real spectacle that people will talk about and remember.”

Visit cakesbybeth.co.uk for more info.