Wedding Cakes Delight - Part 1 - Crowning Glory - Wedding Compass Blog

Part 1 – Wedding Cake the Crowning Glory

It’s the crowning glory, a tiered triumph, a reflection of your style and literally of your taste.  These wedding cake delights have all the finishing touch and the piece de resistance… your wedding cake!

Why settle for a classic white confection when your wedding day should be an event that is uniquely about you and your day! Rustic style, adorned with the wood cake topper Love. Just enough flowers to make it classy. Cake Photo: Intricate Cakes

Celebrate this love with family and friends. Couples traditionally cut and share a piece of wedding cake as the final celebratory activity before departing the reception to begin their lives together.

Stevi’s nurturing her growing business in San Diego and making stunning cakes with a modern and contemporary designs. Cake and Photo: Hey There Cupcake & Artistry by Stevi Auble

Changing Traditions

Over the years, wedding cakes have evolved to include majestic tiers piled high, to variations of whipped, rolled, boiled and royal icings, a variety of delicious flavors, fillings, and floral decorations,depending on the type you choose to used on your cake, it will give a different taste, texture and appearance, limited only by one couples imagination.

This four tier cake is gorgeousness, but an edible reality of deliciousness as well. White butter frosting with monogrammed initial. Cake and Photo: Sweet and Saucy Shop

Usually the wedding cake will reflect the style and colors of the wedding.  If traditional, a beautiful white confection towering on multiple tiers will delight guests.  For a garden wedding, a couple may choose to decorate their cake with the flowers represented throughout the celebration.

Watercolor blue bottom and symmetrical shapes of Gold, topped with succulents. Cake and Photo: Frost It Cakery

IPhotos provided by:
Intricakes,
Hey There Cupcake,
Sweet and Saucy Shop,
Frost It Cakery,

Cakes Part 2: Cupcakes
Cakes Part 3: Cakes vs Cupcakes
Cakes Part 4: Whimsical