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ue to common beliefs, cakes have always been a
part of wedding traditions. Everyone knows wed-
ding receptions would not be complete without
seeing the couple eat a slice together. And just like any other
wedding plans, choosing your wedding cake takes time, too,
as another wedding essential.
The first thing a couple does before settling on what cake
they want is to decide on its flavour. This would tell them how
the cake should be designed and how it should look. If you
are used to the typical wedding cake colour, which is white,
then it is time to acquaint yourself with other cake flavours.
Nowadays, soon-to-be-married couples
prefer to have chocolate flavoured cake for their wedding
since it tastes more luscious and exciting. Who can resist
chocolate fudges and chips when combined with real
chocolate icing? It is simply irresistible, in either white, dark or
milk. Fruits are the number one add-on ingredient to
some cakes. But if you want more of its taste on your wed-
ding day, you can select from a good variety of its flavours
(banana, strawberry, apple, orange, and lemon).
Above are only some examples of usual wedding cake
recipes. If you are into more extravagant mixtures, you can
always do an online search. Trust in the non-stop creativity of
some chefs, and expect them to have new recipes once they
have discovered something new.
So you have chosen the perfect cake flavour, now it is time to
ponder on what design it should have. The flavour is nothing if
the cake does not look appealing.
The use of layers in cakes is quite common
because they add class and elegance to its overall appear-
ance. Another reason is that since a lot of people are expect-
ed to get a slice, it is not right to have just one tier. Do not
make your guests ask for more if you cannot satisfy their crav-
ing. Remember that this type of design also suits any shape.
The most common cake pattern is perhaps, the
floral design. It seems like everyone loves to have flowers on
their cakes even if they are not going to get married. The
outer covering of the cake is covered and topped with sugar
icing, plastic, or real flowers.
It may be tiring to see the same cake
styles over and over again, that is why bakers have given
couples the chance to customise the design of their cake.
The couple does not simply choose the designs based on
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