Classical weddings will never get outdated as elegance is always fashionable and there are many couples that have sophistication as the sole purpose of their wedding. Black and white have always done the trick when a traditional wedding is your aim, and, today we shall approach an important aspect of it: the magic of black and white wedding cakes.
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It is well known that this classy contrast does its share of magic on formal weddings, but this does not mean that it must be kept only for the dressing code. The wedding cake is an important focal point of the big event and it must be treated with the utmost attention. Let us weigh the options a little bit and come up with a few good reasons to make you say a black and white wedding cake is definitely what you will go for.
First and foremost, we will consider what will emphasize the most delicious wedding accessory, and we unavoidably come to think about the decoration. The most common elements that are used when adorning a wedding cake are black satin ribbons and black organza. However, if you do wish to have a formal wedding without it being too common, you can ask your cake designer to come up with a few original ideas. Topsy turvy cakes are great for stimulating imagination and this may lead to the most beautiful piece of cake-art an elegant wedding has had.
And speaking of elegance, there is nothing that expresses it better than a vintage-themed wedding. And in such circumstances, the magic of the black and white wedding cake consists in the craftsmanship of the man appointed to design it. The surface of the cake must have a lace, embroidered aspect and the space that delimitates the tiers must be black and smooth.
And if you are still not convinced and you want something that will best express originality, you can try going for a cake that is composed half of white chocolate and half of black chocolate. You may, of course, add a few flowers as finishing touches and your wedding cake is ready to receive your guests’ praising.
It is important not to forget about the cake topper that must also be in accordance with the theme of the party. Usually, black and white wedding cakes team up wonderfully with flowers and bows, but it will not reflect any lack of taste if you just did not add any cake topper to your cake. More is less, and cakes make no exception to this rule.