If you’re reading this, I’m guessing that the look of your wedding cake is very important to you, so I know I’m talking to the right people! Your wedding cake is a focal centrepiece of your day, and can help carry the theme of your wedding right through to your very own piece of edible art for you and your guests.
So here are a few ways to make that edible creation even more creative…
Mix up the flavours
Chocolate, strawberry, vanilla – these sound like ice cream flavours! Now, don't get me wrong, there is always a special place in my heart (stomach?) for my moist and delectable double chocolate, but why not go for something a little different? How about a Biscoff tier, or pop some salted caramel in there? Remember, these are not only going to wow your guests but reflect your own personal tastes.
So, if peanut butter is your absolute favourite thing in the world, let’s do it!
Add some edible decoration
In my blog on the wedding trends of 2023. I talked about how decoration is going to be huge with wedding cakes this year. We’re going to see edible flowers, rice paper sails, edible pearls and so much more – and why not? If that’s a reflection of you and your wedding day, then go for it!
Play around with the shape & design
If having round tiers isn’t for you, then you don’t need to feel tied to it. As a wedding cake designer, I absolutely love playing around with different cake shapes and designs and making each and every cake completely bespoke.
Change it up from traditional colours
Your wedding cake does NOT need to be white – I repeat. Your wedding cake does NOT need to be white! I’ve created black, multicoloured, dusky pink, turquoise and a whole myriad of different coloured wedding cakes! The more colourful, the better!
I hope this has given you some inspiration to let your wedding cake reflect your personality as a couple and your whole day – it’ll be a day to remember! And if you’d like to chat all things cake with someone who absolutely loves creating them, then click here - https://www.oliviabakes.co.uk/contact-me