Jamaican Wedding: The Wedding Cake and Food

Food, and keeping the guests satisfied is also a substantial part of Jamaican weddings. Food is often provided before and after the wedding ceremony, therefore the cost of catering can creep up and test the limits of your budget. A great way to get around this, which involves the family further, is to ask various family members to contribute one or two dishes that they specialize in; this can act as both their wedding gift to you and help with the wedding itself.

Denise N. Fyffe

Food, and keeping the guests satisfied is also a substantial part of Jamaicanweddings. Food is often provided before and after the wedding ceremony, therefore the cost of catering can creep up and test the limits of your budget. A great way to get around this, which involves the family further, is to ask various family members to contribute one or two dishes that they specialize in; this can act as both their wedding gift to you and help with the wedding itself.

The wedding cake is particularly important in a Jamaicanwedding and the responsibility of the grandmother and mother of the bride. The huge, rum-soaked cake is taken on a procession to the wedding by the women of the village. If you need to save money, you can simply cut down on the size of the cake or the amount of rum used to make it.

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