wedding cake. Tuesday , April 10th , 2018 - 12:48:43 PM
Do you know these Wedding Cake Traditions? The wedding cake was originally made of many little wheat cakes. These were broken over the head of the new bride. This tradition was meant to bestow fertility and good luck to the new bride for her married life. Fortunately for the bride, this tradition is no longer practiced. The cutting of the cake was once cut only by the bride and was symbolic of her upcoming loss of virginity. In modern times this tradition of cutting the cake includes the groom as well. Cutting the cake and sharing the first bite with each other symbolizes the couples promise to share their new life together.
Another cake that has recently been added to the cake table is the Children Family wedding cake. This is a rather new concept that evolved quite recently, as more and more Blending Family Weddings that celebrating the kids, began to take place. Celebrating their becoming a family, many couples use a Family Cake topper. A Single-layer rectangle, Frosted and decorated with the kids various, hobbies and interests, topped with a Family Cake Topper currently available with a bride a groom and a boy, a bride a groom and a girl or a silhouette style a bride a groom and two children. A cupcake tower is very popular with the kids too. Each layer of cupcakes can be devoted to a single child. The cake tops is the crown of the wedding cake. It is a keepsake that should also make the wedding cake a conversation piece.
Are you ready to sink your teeth into a wedding day confection? Not many guests leave the reception before the cake is cut! Your delicious and decorative wedding cake is a tradition that will be featured in your many photographs for years to come. Therefore, add your own personal style when choosing your perfect wedding cake.
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