'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

from Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There

Mimsy Cakes: Weddings



Wedding Cakes -   I make fully edible cakes and display cakes with or without a cake insert to allow the bride and groom to cut the cake together.  A display cake is nice if you have multiple receptions especially if you have a beautiful dessert table for your guests to enjoy.

Grooms cakes - A grooms cake is my favorite kind of cake to make.  These cakes come in lots of different shapes and sizes.  They reflect the style, interests and personality of the groom who can often feel a little left out of all of the wedding planning. 

Pricing - Wedding and Grooms cake prices start at $200.    Contact me with information about what kind of cake you want and I can give you a price quote. Please contact me 2-3 months before your wedding. If you have a picture of your dream cake you can send it to me and I'll tell you what it would cost to make a version just for you.  If you'd like a price quote on a cake for your wedding, contact me, (Keri) at krkhall@gmail.com

Here are some questions you should consider if you are getting married and haven't decided what you want your cake to look like.
 - How big do you want your cake to be?  If you are having a simple or casual wedding you might want a smaller cake but if you are having a formal wedding you might need something bigger.  This translates into tiers.  You can have 3, 4, 5 or more tiers.
- What are your wedding colors and flowers?  Do you want them to be on the cake?
- Do you love traditional cakes or are you wild about whimsical topsy turvy cakes.  Which cake would best match the tone of your wedding?
-How many receptions are you having?  If you are having more than one reception you might want to have a cake that is strictly for display.  You won't be able to cut the cake together but you can easily transport the cake to each reception.


This cake was just for display and was used for a reception in Utah and a reception in Whyoming.
Just for display this cake was actually made for the wedding dinner rather than a reception.