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Wedding Cake, Lawrence Area

Arantzain Jan 22, 2010 09:03 PM

A question for the community!

My dearest friend is getting married in August, in a ceremony near Kansas City.

Do any in the community have recommendations about bakers in the Lawrence, KS area who do exceptional cakes? Kansas City and Topeka are both fine; the bride lives in Springfield, MO, so bakers in that area are also a possibility.

The bride plans to have a small cake for tradition, and then larger layer cakes for feeding the guests (~150 people). This was a decision to minimize cost, so money is an object.

Nota Bene: She does not like fondant or chocolate cake; the former restriction has made it more difficult to find cakes, since fondant is very in at the moment.

I thought of Munchers, but wondered if others had suggestions.

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    Teague Feb 3, 2010 02:08 PM

    Nancy Stark in Kansas City makes beautiful cakes and is lovely to deal with. It's not too far from Lawrence. http://chefshopstark.com/

    1. stellamystar Feb 3, 2010 09:34 AM

      Okay, this will be a bit of a detective job, but 10 years ago, I used an older lady who lives in Eudora, KS (15 min from Lawrence) - so cheap - i had a great basketweave three tier lemon cake (married in the morning). I cannot find her name anywhere in my old records!
      Do NOT use Munchers. It's a donut place and although great for "munchies" not great for cake.
      The HyVee in Lawrence does really affordable wedding cakes...

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