We are looking to have a cheese wedding cake and wonred if anyone had found a good supplier of cheese rounds? I've heard Morrisons and a Sainsbury's are super helpful. Happy to decorate it ourselves with our theme but just need the cheese!
Hi someone else is looking for cheese suppliers some one said sainsbury's and another said M&S:)
http://www.marksandspencer.com/cheese-celebration-cake/p/p60015694?prevPage=plp&pdpredirect they do a smaller one as well xx
We found with ours the best way was to buy wheels direct from local cheese makers.
Costco do some good ones too x
Costco have some good ones that are a good size x
Go straight to the supplier! Check out Wensleydale dairy products website the do whole rounds and halfs which you can use as the base :-)
If you go to cheese counters at local supermarkets you can ask for wheels/rounds as they often don't have them on display but are what they cut up for the fresh cheeses!
I'd contact local cheesemakers. There are also several companies who do cheese wedding cakes just have a Google
Can recommend Cropwell Bishop Creamery, they specialise in blue and white Stilton and do a lovely extra mature cheddar. They also do mail order
I used m&s!! was lovey and good value for money x
Why post the same question less than 24 hours apart!!!!
I got mine from here, there is a cake builder that is fab x
Our venue organised ours ideas a huge success. Just to give you an idea
Morrisons are definitely by far the best for cheese wedding cakes, and cheeseboards too. we had our order fullfilled by them and we were totally amazed. thy even let us preorder 50 jam doughnuts (they put an extra baker on that morning and baked ours fresh for us) for collection the morning of the wedding. xx
I have bought my cheese from Waitrose. Really good price.
The cheese society in Lincoln do them. Believe they have a website