Stick to Tradition if possible
Traditionally, the bride and groom serve wedding cake in between dinner and dancing, often following the couple’s first dance. This is mainly because cake cutting serves as a silent clue that guests can start heading home, especially if they aren’t planning to stay for the after-party. Serving cake before the dancing begins is also convenient because guests won’t have to leave the dance floor to watch you slice into the dessert.
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