If you love art and want it to be reflected on you wedding cake, you can totally ask a vendor to customize a cake with a beautiful design for you. Marbleized cakes or even stained-glass paintings will make your guests gasp by the sheer beauty of it all. However, remember to keep other details like the tiers simple to ensure that the final effect isn’t too chaotic and all over the place.
Metallic styles to the rescue
This is something you can think about trying if you’re all about vintage feels and classic vibes. Opt for gold or silver, and play around with the details. If it feels a bit too much for you, consider adding elements like sparkle. You can also opt for any shape in this style including classic geometric styles. Remember that this is a glamorous option but it can really pay off.
You can opt for a timeless look and settle for white on white for your wedding cake. Add a few fun elements like several tiers, beautiful embellishments, intricate details, personalized messages, a pop of color and more to make your cake even more special. You can also incorporate unconventional shapes to give it a different kind of appeal.
They’ve evolved from the extremely popular naked cakes which got a lot of attention in the last few years. A thin layer of icing is trapped in the crumbs of the cake before frosting. The cake is essentially really simple and bare; it doesn’t even have frosting on top but catches your eye with floral details or a striking cake topper. This really is a great option if you’re not big on old trends and prefer opting for something more experimental and edgy.
The ombre effect
Who says ombre is a trend just for your hair or dresses? You can opt for an ombre effect for your wedding cake too and make it look so good; you’ll want to gape at it for a good while. You can choose a combination of colours if you like and switch to either a retro style or a more modern version. There’s a lot of variety here for you to pick from. You can keep it as classic as it gets by choosing ivory with an ombre effect.