One of the most exciting things about planning a wedding is the cake part. The happy bride and groom have the opportunity of playing with different colors, flavors, ingredients and shapes when making or choosing a designer wedding cake. Before anything, they need to focus on a style or theme.
Make sure that the decorations and design of your cake suits the style of the wedding. In fact, it would be advisable to pick a style that summarizes the theme of the wedding or reflects its uniqueness. The wedding cake must be the most outstanding centerpiece of the entire event! The cake is in fact that masterpiece of the reception and the focal point of the party. Everybody is eager to see the cake and take some photos. But the guests are even more curious to taste the cake and eat a full slice!
So, when choosing the ingredients, make sure that they match and form a perfect taste. Don’t get caught up in finding a fancy design for the cake and forget about the taste. When dealing with edible confections it’s essential to choose a flavor that can suit many people and the formality of the event. This post is for those who are interested in planning their cake by shape or size. So, it’s trendy today to bring in different individual cakes to the party and allow your guests to pick one they like.
This opportunity of selection from a wide variety of flavors, colors and shapes is amazing! It’s hip to have mini cakes in different models, but it’s also popular to bring a traditional stacked cake. The two and three tier cakes are the most popular. Our designers like small cakes now and this is why they have so many proposals in this sense. Their portfolio is full of unique single-tier and two tier cakes for different types of weddings. But the truth is that not everybody feels that modern to go this route.
There are many brides and grooms who still care for the traditional wedding cake that features many tiers. It was customary for the newlyweds to bring a tall cake in the past. But now that smaller confections are en vogue, perhaps a four tier cake could make a decent selection. You can still go for the seven-tier cake if this is what you want. In general, the size of the cake is influenced by the amplitude of the wedding. The formality of the event and the venue also count in making this selection. The longer the guest lists is the bigger the cake should be. It’s obvious that a small cake won’t fit a wedding of 50 people. 4 tier wedding cakes are elegant and also formal-looking!
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