Much like everything else associated with weddings, even the traditional wedding cake has evolved over the past few decades. The cake designs are now more simple and more intricate. The variety of colors that are available today is so diverse that it is difficult to pick a favorite. If you spend just five minutes browsing Pinterest and you’ll be filled with wedding cake ideas!
In the past the standard wedding cake was composed of fruit cake that could be kept after the wedding and not begin to “go off”. The couple would save the topmost layer of the wedding cake , and cut it during the christening ceremony of their child’s first. The custom slowly changed in the last few times.
Wedding cakes are now flavored with modern tastes including chocolate and red velvet. But, there are some couples who prefer a traditional fruit cake as a part of the cake they serve at their wedding. They can simply choose the top cake tier to be made from fruit cake.
What are the best seven wedding cake flavors?
Red Velvet Wedding Cake
Hmmmm… the red-velvet cake is the color of love! The red velvet cake is typically very moist and delicious, with chocolate hints and a touch of creme frosting. A majority of wedding cake designers are able to create a red velvet wedding cake.
Chocolate Wedding Cake
Who doesn’t like chocolate cake? There’s Milk chocolate, white chocolate dark chocolate, praline any of it’s doable! Chocolate is among the most sought-after options for wedding cakes. You could even go one step further and enhance the cake by using mint, orange and lime.
Lemon Wedding Cake
Cakes for weddings with lemon have become more popular in the last couple of years. The lemony citrus taste is ideal for weddings in the spring and summer. The cake is typically light and not too heavy. Imagine adding raspberries or strawberries into the cake! You’ve seen many flavors of ice cream like lemon and strawberry ripple! Imagine it on the wedding cake!
Vanilla Wedding Cake
Vanilla is a traditional option, and if you’re looking for an event that is enjoyed by everyone present there is no better option than with the vanilla wedding cake. Vanilla cake by itself is delicious, but you can also include fruits or berries.
Coconut & Lime Wedding Cake
Coconut is among our favorite cakes! When we visit the cafe, we look out coconut cakes! Our wedding cake was a half coconut, too. Imagine combining a delicious, creamy wedding cake made of coconut and the zesty lime-infused frosting… You’ll devour your entire fingers!
Carrot Wedding Cake
Carrot cake is a great option for couples who enjoy an extremely moist and dense cake which is made up of nuts and carrots. The creme frosting typically highlights the delicious taste of this cake.
A wedding cake made of fruit is made from dried or candied fruit as well as spices, nuts and is sometimes covered in alcohol to ensure that it is preserved for a longer time. It is very creamy and dense texture, and it has a distinct taste.
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Mix your favorite flavors in your wedding cake
There is no need for that your cake for weddings to have just one flavor. If you’ve been to an event to taste wedding cakes, you’ll walk away with a huge smile, crumbs at your lips, and uncertain about which cake you should make as your cake for the wedding. Why not mix these two cakes? A lot of couples choose different flavors on their wedding cakes. You can choose to have the bottom tier of vanilla, for instance and the middle tier made of chocolate and the top one with traditional fruit cake or something different. There are many options to choose from!