Delicious and beautiful – those are the primary functions your wedding cake should provide. But why stop there? That’s not all your cake is capable of. It can also be practical, tell a story, and be a conversation piece.
There are three things I love about this cake. I love how ornate and detailed this cake is. From the pearls to the draped icing at the bottom. I think it contrasts really well with the clean lines and smooth edges on the groom’s side. I love that it tells a story. It’s taking two and making them one – fitting that one side looks like a bride and the other a groom. I also love that this cake could be very functional. You could have vanilla and chocolate or the bride’s favorite and groom’s favorite.
Speaking of having two different flavors – this cake beautifully showcases the concept. Not only is it a statement, but it truly speaks to the chocoholic inside. What I like most about this cake is that without explanation guests can easily understand the concept and pick the flavor they like best.
Now this cake tells a story. There’s no fluff or frills to distract you from the meaning, it’s simply a boy and a girl falling in love and getting married.
This wedding cake is a conversation piece. It’s simple and classic in it’s design, yet fun and colorful. You could easily incorporate your wedding colors into your cake and change the words/topper to truly fit your personalities.
I must say these tiny cakes are by far my favorite. It’s a brilliant alternative to cupcakes, makes a statement, and can be customized with different flavors – Imagine having each tier a different kind of cake. Plus you can customize by changing the topper, making the ribbons a different color, or arranging them differently.