Originally Posted by Renesaindon
Originally Posted by mbark
no, Creme Bouquet is VERY citrus-y, use a very light hand with it if you use it. it's not the same as wedding cake flavor.
but yes make sure you understand what they want, there is Wedding Bouquet which is a mixture of vanilla, almond, and butter flavoring that usually flavors icing and you could use it to flavor cake too, or wedding cake which is usually white cake
I yi yi! Why does everything have to be so darn difficult! LOL
Now, I am totally confused!
Remember: when customers say things like "traditional wedding cake flavor" it doesn't mean the same thing to decorators as it does to them. They could simply mean vanilla or almond or the type of cake, ie. pound, white. They could also mean sweet BC vs. non-sweet BC. You need to find out what they want. My guess is white vanilla cake with sweet BC or poundcake. They could even mean fruitcake since that is the traditional wedding cake. You need to find this out.
Also, I guarantee you wedding cake emulsion did not exist when they were growing up and hence, that's not what they mean.