The availability of wedding cake in a wedding is as important as other things such as wedding flowers, wedding decorations and more. The wedding cake is often proudly and strategically placed during the wedding reception. It is the focus of most of wedding receptions. The tradition of cake cutting is so important that no one will leave the reception before the cake is cut. Your wedding cake, whether it is a lovely sheet cake or a five tiered extravagance, will be the first sight that catches the guests’ attention as they enter the room.
That special moment when the bride and groom slice that first piece of their wedding cake and then feed each other the first bite is often the most photographed moment at the reception. Keep in mind that this special cake will take center stage (along with the bride and groom) at the wedding reception. It will have its own table, decorated to set the stage for this special confection and the most traditional of all wedding reception traditions, the cake cutting ceremony. Remember, the wedding cake is more than a beautiful treat to offer guests.
It is extremely important to have a good choice of wedding cake. A badly chosen wedding cake may ruin the whole wedding reception. While considering all of this, keep in mind that the wedding cake, also called the bride’s cake, presents a powerful symbol of the bride’s style and personal taste, just as the groom’s cake is designed with his interests in mind.
Your wedding cake can be created to compliment the wedding’s colors, the bridesmaid’s dresses, the bridal gown, or if the wedding has a theme (such as beach, Cinderella, Western, vintage, snowflake, etc.), the wedding cake is designed to compliment that. Indeed the wedding cake is also one of the foci for wedding photographs. Normally, the factors we need to consider when choosing a wedding cake are the size of it, the design or the outlook of the cake such the colors, and the flavors.