Making a cake in advance

I'm doing my own wedding cake.
I'm going to bake the cakes and freeze them to make icing easier.
I'm going to be doing the marshmallow fondant - how far ahead could I make the cake? In my experience fondant 'seals' in the freshness...
what do you suggest?

From the editor:

You should be alright if you bake and freeze the cake layers a week in advance. Make sure to double wrap the layers before freezing (plastic wrap then aluminum foil). Frost and cover in fondant about 3-4 days before the wedding and add the finishing details 2-3 days before.

Michelle (editor)

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