The wedding cake is a tradition that began back in the Roman Empire. At the time, it was a loaf of bread that the groom broke over the bride’s head as a symbol of his dominance in the marriage and over her. The colour of the cake is typically white to symbolize purity. The joint task of the bride and groom cutting the cake is meant to symbolize their first joint task in married life. The gesture of feeding cake to one another is a symbol of the commitment the bride and groom are making. The once-simple wedding cake has evolved into what today is a multi-tiered extravaganza. Exquisite Kos Weddings will help you get that dream cake for your wedding day. If you have photographs or pictures that you want to send, we can pass on to our baker and he can make your cake to your preference; if you want more than one tier we have a great selection of ornate cakes to choose from. Match it to your colour scheme and your taste; just discuss your desires with your wedding planning team.

Cakes in Kos are usually made with sponge and cream filling but our baker can also make the traditional sponge with jam filling – the choice is yours. A one-tier cake is usually ample enough to feed 20 guests and a two-tier usually is enough for 40 portions; however you can have as many tiers as you want. A cake in Greece is measured in kilos not in slices so we can help you convert how many kilos you will need – just let us know what you want!