Let me start by saying I'm not a pastry chef... not even remotely close one. However, I'm seeking the opinions of anyone with experience. I'm getting married in a few months, and we do not want a traditional wedding cake and grooms cake. At every wedding, the bride gets a MASSIVE wedding cake and the groom gets something fun, both of which usually covered in fondant and then most of it gets thrown in the trash. We don't want that. We want something elegant, yet simple. One or two cake balls per person. A nice croquembouche. I've never been to a wedding with one, and I thought it would be a cool, unique idea. Is it realistic though? Will we still have a ton of wasted cake? is 200 cake balls enough to make a decent sized one? I only say 200 because that's the estimated number of guests right now... Thanks!