Bahamas Wedding 25 Days of Christmas – Day 14 Wedding Cake For Your Bahamas Christmas Wedding

On Day 14 of our “Bahamas Wedding 25 Days of Christmas” series, we are featuring wedding cakes by the Cakebox for your Bahamas Christmas Wedding.

 

 

 

Wedding Cake from the Cakebox

And it is not a traditional wedding cake either.

With more and more brides wanting to add their personal touch to their wedding day, traditional wedding cakes are quickly becoming a thing of the past. As you can now choose to use whatever sweet indulgence you wish for your wedding – you know that sweet treat that screams your name.

The one you enjoy for those special times together. The one that will allow your friends to not remember but be talking about for years to come when they think of your wedding day…

Realizing your desire for your personal stamp of authenticity and satisfaction these holiday cup cakes decorated in the season’s colours of red, white and green from the Cakebox may be just the thing you wish for your Bahamas Christmas wedding.

And there is no question that Deborah Burrows, owner and cake designer at the Cakebox has put just the right amount of love in each cupcake to make them quite the treat for you and your wedding guest.

And if you must have a traditional wedding cake for your Bahamas wedding you will find that the Cakebox is still the place for you as Deborah’s specialty wedding cakes are always in demand.

The added good news is that she is willing to allow you to use your imagination when it come to designing the cake and selecting its topping.

Again allowing you to add your personal touch to your special day

Starfish Cake Topper

Starfish Cake Topper

We also found this Starfish Cake Topper for your traditional wedding cake.

It is just 6” tall but a combination of starfish and seashells, complementing the island theme of any wedding in the the Bahamas .

And is crafted of white bisque which we feel will blend nicely with white cake icing or really “pops” on a wedding cake decorated with a colored surface.

   
   

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These uniquely Bahamian made sweets by Beth’s Kitchen will easily provide an exotic satisfaction to any sweet teeth and a definite crowd pleaser at your Bahamas wedding this holiday.
Assorted Bahamas Sweets

Assorted Bahamas Sweets

And Beth Stewart, owner of Beth’s Kitchen not only share her sweets with us but her holiday favourites as well…

  1. What is your favorite holiday movie? Home Alone I
  2. What is your favorite holiday song? O Come, O come Emmanuel
  3. What is your favorite holiday sweet indulgence? Spicy caramel coconut bits and rum steeped fruit cake
  4. What is your favorite family tradition? The annual gathering of family at my home for Christmas dinner and gift sharing

Thanks Beth for sharing and we wish you and your family a blessed and sweet holiday!

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    This Bahamas islands delicacy as you will see in these pictures can easily go from the table to the decor and as easily to the neck.

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    Christmas Shell Ornaments

    The Conch has even been heralded as an aphrodisiac making it the versatility champion when it comes to it’s inclusion in a Bahamas wedding.

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    Conch Shell Jewelry

    Today’s featured Bahamas Wedding Professional sharing her favourite things of the holiday is P.J Douglas Sands, Luxury Event & Celebrity Wedding Planner at A Design for Destiny Wedding & Events.

    1. What is your favorite holiday movie? Last Holiday with Queen Latifah & LL Cool J
    2. What is your favorite holiday song? I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa by the Jackson 5 
    3. What is your favorite holiday sweet indulgence? Jamaican Fruit Cake 
    4. What is your favorite family tradition? Opening 1 gift at midnight and the rest after you wake up with the entire family. 

    Thanks PJ for sharing your favourite things about the holidays with us and we wish you and your family a blessed holiday!

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      As it symbolizes the unity and interdependent of the species that are fortunate to call under the sea home.

      Weddings for us is a celebration of unity as it brings families together to not only witness a loving couple exchange vows and solemnize their undying love for each other but the joining of two lives into one.

      And these families that are fortunate to be witnesses pledging that they will support this union.

      A support that is only possible if they unite.

      And nothing captures that better in a Bahamas wedding than to celebrate that unity with a unity sand ceremony.  And this  Ocean Shell Unity Sand Set that we found is ideal for the event.

      It has a decorative shell resin base and a matching resin cap which includes a holder for a tea light candle.

      Ocean Shell Unity Sand

      Ocean Shell Unity Sand

      Vinincia Strachan, Manager of Romance Travel at The Bahamas Tourist Office in Ontario Canada is today’s featured Bahamas wedding professional.

      And she shares with us her favourite things about Christmas.

      1. What is your favorite holiday movie? I have two favourite holiday movies Miracle on 34th Street and Scrooge.
      2. What is your favorite holiday song? O’Holy Night and Silent Night, it’s hard to choose.
      3. What is your favorite holiday sweet indulgence? Pineapple Tart
      4. What is your favorite family tradition? Decorating the tree and staircase with family .

      Thanks Vinincia for sharing and again helping us to realize that the holidays are really a time for families. And may you and your family have a blessed holiday.

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        Christmas Floral Art by Florarama

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        If you are looking for a floral arrangements with the season’s colors for your holiday wedding reception then you will find that this may just be a piece you should consider.

        And if you think that the a Bahamas beach wedding has lost its appeal during the holiday, then here is a picture provided by Tina O’keefe-Holly, Senior Sales Manager-Weddings at the Sheraton Resort on Cable Beach, today’s featured Bahamas wedding planner. As she shares with us her favourite things about Christmas.

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        Bahamas Wedding on the beach at Sheraton, Cable Beach

        1. What is your favorite holiday movie? Miracle on 34th Street.
        2. What is your favorite holiday song? Christmas in Your Eyes.
        3. What is your favorite holiday sweet indulgence? Chocolate Kringles (cookie)
        4. What is your favorite family tradition? Having breakfast on Christmas Eve with my father and then going shopping for his gifts.

        Thanks Tina for sharing and reminding us of have important those special moments with family are, especially at this time of the year.

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        And each day leading up to Christmas, we will feature a holiday pictures from around the Bahamas while sharing some ideas for your Bahamas wedding.

        So, everything that you will see this month will be uniquely Bahamian allowing you to get a taste of what it is like to celebrate Christmas in the Bahamas.

        We hope you will enjoy the series and share with us the ideas that you like the best.

        And for your added pleasure we will be featuring some Christmas favorites from Bahamas wedding professionals as well.

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