Cheese Wedding Cakes

by | Bride, Cakes, Catering



I am the biggest cheese fan – give me good bottle of wine, a block of cheese and it’s the perfect Friday night.

Cheese cakes are something I’ve noticed are popping up more and more as an alternative for sweet cakes. Big rounds of beautiful cheeses served with fresh figs, fresh fruits and beautiful crackers.Perfect for foodies and those who lack the sweet tooth, cheese cakes are a tasty alternative.

I stumbled upon the website of Sydney based Fromage To You recently- who create wedding cakes out of beautiful cheeses. The team (who is made up of four catering & event professionals, including the head chef at Quayside Restaurant)  will create a cheese cake based on your style, feel and season of your wedding and use cheeses from Australia and around the world. Creating contemporary to rustic looks, each cake is tailored to the couple.

Fromage To You selects the right cheeses (so your cake doesn’t collapse), creates the cake for you and even deliver it- setting it up so it looks as glorious as the pictures below.

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Check out the Fromage To You website for more cheesy goodness.

  • Lindel says:
    February 26, 2010 at 9:56 am

    I made a wedding inquiry with this company and they quoted me $800 for 10kgs of cheese!!!! I know that quality cheese in large quantities is not cheap but they just said $800 fro 100 guests even though I said there would only be 50. Don’t get me wrong, they were very friendly and responsive, but judging by the photos on their website every style cake is exactly the same so not much thought seems to have gone into it. Plus, it is common sense when building a cheese cake just not to use soft cheeses as your base. We ended up going to David ones and bought a heap of fine cheese and made one ourself for about $200 and the whole thing + decorations took about 1/2 an hour. Not worth the services of a ‘professional’ I think!

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  • Loulu says:
    November 13, 2010 at 2:31 pm

    Good idea, but these cakes look like they need a bit more decoration to make them look more like wedding cakes.

    • Polkadot Bride says:
      November 14, 2010 at 12:15 pm

      Oh you think so Loulu? I msut admit I love them the way they are- cheese with lots of fresh fruit like figs and grapes is my favourite- plus the great big hunks of cheese are my kind of cake! I love the organic rustic look of it!

    • Say Cheese says:
      November 30, 2011 at 11:32 am

      Hi Loulu,

      Have a look at

  • Say Cheese says:
    November 30, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Hi, take a look at our gorgeous range of Cheese Towers also custom design towers to suit your taste,style,budget and guest numbers.We supply Australia wide Cheers Karla

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  • Kerry says:
    October 15, 2012 at 6:49 am

    Have a look at . Just had our cake through these guys and was just over $300 with lots of accompaniments too and was fantastic. Really friendly and worked really well

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