This wedding had four cakes. These were ginger cakes iced to look like two baskets and two jars.
|First the bride feeds the groom a piece of cake.|
|Then the groom feeds the bride.|
|Then the bride give the groom a drink to wash it down.|
|And, the groom does likewise.|
|Then the parents have to to be fed by the bridal couple. Here is Linda feeding Gavin's cousin who stood in as his father.|
|And of course Mama Della gets a piece.|
|While Gavin feeds the father and the uncle of his bride. (Linda's mother died when Linda was young.)|
|Mama Della is presented with a cake to take home.|
|Linda's father also receives a cake to take home.|
The fourth cake goes to the pastor who performed the ceremony.