If you are a couple that shares a common interest in the past times, one that always fantasizes about going back in time then you just might want a retro theme for your wedding, so let us consider some retro wedding cakes designs.
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Deciding upon the aspect of the sweet piece is always a challenge, both for you and the baker, but luckily nowadays you can get pretty much anything that crosses your mind, no questions asked. However, considering your passion for the past, you ought to have a sweet piece that reflects elegance and nostalgia, at the same time.
In this sense the Victorian age style is the one that you can make most use of. It was a flourishing time in terms of architecture and design so the palette of choices is quite large. It expresses a great deal of romanticism and suits a special event such as a wedding perfectly. Although the models are quite intricate they might be the exact definition of a retro wedding cake.
The Art Deco is style is, too, an option to consider. In fact, it holds the tops even nowadays and they are preferred by many bold couples with unique visions.
The cakes designed in this style are generally rich in vivid colors and they are the perfect choice for a non-conventional couple that can be described as joyful.
Deco is a very chic style that will surely impress your guests especially if you use it to decorate your reception party sweet crown.
The 1920s is a rich source of inspiration for you in terms of adornments. It can provide a whole lot of ideas based on dynamism, charm and energy. If you wish to add a touch of extravagance to your wedding cake you can use rhinestones in its decoration. You could have the cake shaped as a square so that you give it a more edgy look. It will also enhance its retro features.
Of course, you can never go wrong with black and white for a wedding that bears such a theme. It never gets out of fashion and it has the clear retro symbols. Have the aspect of the icing as sophisticated as you wish and add a floral cake topper as a final touch.
Should you feel overwhelmed by this creative task, you can always ask for the opinions of your bridesmaids or close friends.