Cheese Wedding Cakes FAQ
See the tips and tricks for more advice on your cheese wedding cake tower; see below for some of the more frequent concerns!
Work on 70-100g per person as part of a main meal. Double that if it will be the main event!
Anywhere in England, Wales and central Scotland. For Highlands, Islands and Overseas, please telephone The Courtyard Dairy to di
Tuesday to Friday. Please make sure, however, that you arrange the delivery to yourself or the venue/caterers to be at least two days before the event (and not a Friday) to allow for contingencies. The cheese will then need to be kept refrigerated until the event.
Yes – but you need to use a few nifty tricks – instructions and ‘Brie supports’ will be provided.
It is suggested that the cheeses are only left out at room temperature for a maximum of four hours – and obviously not near a radiator! Do make sure, however, that they are at room temperature when eaten.
These help create a tiered affect – raising the height of the cheese wedding cake and also giving nice gaps to be filled with decorations and flowers.
That is up to you. Beautiful slate and olive wood boards will help make the cake look absolutely at its best, and can be purchased online from The Courtyard Dairy. Dimensions and sizes can be supplied to help you find something to fit.
No, but you’re welcome to order them online from The Courtyard Dairy, and add them to your package. There is a great range of delicious hand-made biscuits, crackers, pickles and chutneys.
Of course! Order a sample box, or if you are closer arrange to visit the shop for a cheese wedding cake tasting.
A minimum of two weeks to ensure that all the cheeses are selected to be of perfect ripeness.
Full instructions on assembly are provided with each cheese celebration cake.
No, but there are some examples and recommendations here. The cakes are left natural so that you can theme the decorations to your event.
At least two weeks beforehand, please.