It’s a well-known wedding tradition that you save a part of your wedding cake for you and your partner to eat come your first wedding anniversary. Often, it is the topmost layer of the wedding cake that is saved and frozen for the next 12 months. The problem is, the cake often becomes stale and barely eatable. So, how do you store your wedding cake properly? Read on and find out!
First and foremost, let your caterer know ahead of time that you want to save the top tier. Have her wrap it in plastic wrap, and then bag it in an airtight plastic bag. Do stay away from aluminum foil as it might not protect against freezer burn as well as plastic wrap. When you get home, place your cake into a Tupperware container and then the freezer. That’s it, simple as 1-2-3! Good luck! ^_^