Wedding Cake Trends 2019

Wedding high season is traditionally throughout the summer months and whilst it is true to say that our work moves up a gear during this time of year, our couples are choosing to tie the knot at other times in the year. Designs are very much a personal thing but we thought we would include a word or two about current trends.

While naked wedding cakes and all-white tiers never go out of fashion, you may want to incorporate one or two of these 2019 wedding cake trends to lend a modern twist. Deconstructed layers are making a come-back thanks to Harry and Meghan who chose to display their cakes individually rather than a stacked creation. Tall and multi-level cakes – if you want to update the look of your wedding cake, opt for elongated tiers. The textured buttercream look really lends itself to a rustic luxe wedding style. Copper effects – not all that glitters is gold! Copper really is the metallic of the moment, so try working some into your design. Naked cake designs are getting a bit more adventurous with the addition of drips, interesting toppers, multiple cake flavours and different colours. Geometric designs – triangles and hexagons are a bit more interesting than squares and circles. Ruffles – try pairing one tier of vertical ruffles with a simple, sleek second and third tier so that the design really stands out.

Weddings

For this beautiful wedding the bride and groom wanted something to reflect their personal style and chose to celebrate with a naked wedding cake. Three different and distinct flavours – chocolate fudge, ginger and lemon – one for each layer and finished with a selection of fresh berries. The whole effect looked stunning and Wethele Manor was the perfect backdrop for the occasion. We would like to wish the happy couple a wonderful future together.

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