How sweet it is: Any way you slice it, these five cakes are delicious

It's impossible to say anything but "yes, please!" to an extra-large slice of (from left) Albemarle Baking Company's tasting cake; Favorite Cakes' poppy seed almond cake; True Confections' lemon blueberry cake; Cakes by Rachel's citrus chiffon cake; and Pearl's Bake Shoppe's black raspberry cake. Photos: Andrea Hubbell It’s impossible to say anything but “yes, please!” to an extra-large slice of (from left) Albemarle Baking Company’s tasting cake; Favorite Cakes’ poppy seed almond cake; True Confections’ lemon blueberry cake; Cakes by Rachel’s citrus chiffon cake; and Pearl’s Bake Shoppe’s black raspberry cake. Photos: Andrea Hubbell

Nobody can resist the iconic image of a bride and groom, surrounded by family and friends, ceremoniously feeding each other that first piece of wedding cake as a newly married couple. What makes the picture even sweeter is if the cake tastes as good as it looks, which is certainly true of the five cakes pictured here.

Want to try a piece for yourself? Get in touch and ask for a sample.

Albemarle Baking Company (434) 293-6456, albemarlebakingco.com

Cakes by Rachel 823-1122, mountaingirlcakes.blogspot.com

Favorite Cakes 974-9229, favoritecakes.com

Pearl’s Bake Shoppe 293-2253, pearlscupcakeshoppe.com

True Confections 984-9749, trueconfectionsbycarlotta.com

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