But at their wedding reception at The Steam Plant venue in downtown Dayton, the wedding cake, made from 25 dozen assorted Bill’s doughnuts and another five dozen doughnut holes, was a smash hit.
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“Everyone loved it,” Tori said. “Our guests could just go up and grab their favorite doughnut.”
Angela Lemke, founder and owner of Angela's Premier Event Designs, said doughnut-tower wedding cakes are becoming increasingly popular.
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“We’ve had eight weddings in the last three weeks, and four of the eight had doughnut cakes,” Lemke said. “We’ve worked with Bill’s and with Dorothy Lane Market.”
Tori said she and her husband, Anthony Lehmenkuler, were pleased with their choice.
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“It ended up being much more affordable than a regular cake,” Tori said. “And we ended up with two or three dozen doughnuts left over that our families split up.”