The World's First Online Cheese Cake Builder





We're always excited to hear about new food trends for wedding receptions. There's nothing wrong with tradition, but isn't it lovely to see modern twists on old classics?

And you might remember that we got quite excited about a donut wall last month.

A wall of donuts! What's not to love?

Well here's something else that caught our eye, and we just had to share it with you: the wedding cheese cake from Cheese Shed

That's right, cheese cake. 


Aren't they amazing?


The Cheese Shed has replaced the traditional wedding fruitcake with artisan cheeses. They even stack them like a tiered wedding cake. So you can still do the cake cutting, and it'll still look fab in all the photographs. 

The Cheese Shed website actually allows you to build your own cheese cake, too. With the world's first online cheese cake builder, you can order samples, choose which cheeses you'd like and which size you'd prefer, and it even tells you how many people it will serve. 



There are off-the-peg cakes, too, with beautiful designs that are complemented by amazing flavours - an absolute must for cheese fans (what kind of psychopath are you if you don't like cheese?)

The Cheese Shed were winners in this year's British Food Award 'Online Retailer of the Year', so you know you're in good hands. 




We had a lot of fun playing around with the cheese builder. And honestly, if we were getting married then this is absolutely what we’d choose to have. 

Who can argue with a wedge of cheese with a cup of coffee after the wedding breakfast or a cheese toastie around midnight?


You can find out more about Cheese Shed here.

And you can have a play with the world's first online cheese cake builder here. 






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