At almost every wedding we have photographed, and there have been dozens and dozens, there has been a wedding cake. About the only exceptions have been an English bride marrying a Swiss groom, and in Swiss tradition, there isn't a cake. Other exceptions have been a large collection of cupcakes in place of a cake. Other than these few exceptions without a cake, the wedding cake is cut with a cake knife. We have seen some lovely cake knives too, some engraved with the name of the hotel, some very old ones with a long history, some new ones too. It is rare however to cut the cake with anything other than a cake knife. There are at the time of writing these two exceptions, both cut with a sword and the one shown here a military wedding, certainly a little different!
This wedding album triptych shows the bride and groom cutting the wedding cake with the groom’s officers’ sword as this was a military wedding. This wedding took place at Kenwood Hall Hotel in Sheffield, one of our favourite wedding venues in the city.
The Kenwood Hall Hotel is located in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK on Kenwood Road, S7 1NQ. Their Website can be found at https://www.kenwoodhall.co.uk/weddings/Keywords: Kenwood Hall Hotel (153), Sheffield (192).