More wedding cake Information
Just a little history. Sine the Roman times, when a thin wheat cake, representing bounty, was crumbled over the bride’s head to ensure her fertility, the wedding cake has been an important feature of the wedding celebration. In Victorian times, a wedding cake became frilly and elaborate as the bride’s attire, decorated with roses, cupids, and garlands, often the shape of romantic gazebos and cupolas. Today, bakers are creating innovative cakes that taste like fine desserts, by varying the traditional white bride’s wedding cake with favorite flavors (orange, cherry, banana, chocolate, spice, carrot, hazelnut, mocha, marble, Amaretto, cheesecake), fillings are chocolate mousse, apricot, orange liqueur, and the icings are white chocolate, mocha, vanilla, hazelnut. Today’s wedding shape and toppers reflect hobbies, occupations, and personal interests example-violin and sheet music, bicycle, exotic bird, castle, or Disney characters. Create a special setting for the cake that coordinates with the reception décor and protects it from jostling. Consider using the same tablecloths as the ones on the dining tables; add bows or a garland of flowers.