Posted: December 06, 2017|Categories: Wedding Favours , Glassware , Favours & Bomboniere , Real Wedding , Personalised Favours , Wedding Tips & Budget , Wedding Dress , Gifts for Parents , Cake Topper , Destination Wedding , Wedding Cake , Wedding Makeup , Bride and Groom Gifts , Placecards , Wedding Planning|Tags: wedding trends
As the world holds its collective wedding breath for what will undoubtedly be the nuptial event of the new year - the much-anticipated marriage of Prince Harry to his all-American princess-in-the-making, Meghan Markle - we forecast the top wedding trends for 2018.
In the meantime, we'll continue to speculate on which of these trends will be included in the royal wedding celebrations, which no doubt will set a few trends of its own.
Industry insiders predict weddings will become increasingly personalised and more intimate. Gone are the days of the mass-produced, one-size-fits-all, assembly line, standard wedding. In 2018, couples will be looking at increased localisation including unique locally-sourced produce,
Like all good wedding trends, wedding cakes come in and out of style faster than an Elizabeth Taylor marriage license (eight marriages in total)! So, we take a look at the top trends so far in 2017 to share a slice of the on-trend action.
Although a staple of the desert landscape, this is something you wouldn't usually associate with a wedding dessert. However, the combination of stunning succulents and rustic wedding cakes is proving a match made in wedding heaven. Sometimes referred to as terrarium cakes, these mouth-watering masterpieces involve an indulgent amount of sugar and frosting delicately shaped into realistic looking succulents. Complete with a customised wooden cake topper, and you have yourself the hottest wedding cake this side of 2017.
Considered by many to be the centrepiece of your wedding celebrations, wedding cakes today are big business. Whether it be fondant or frosting, rich chocolate or red velvet, tiered, stacked, layered or ruffled, we clue you in to everything need to know about wedding cakes in 2016.
Originally baked as a symbol of success and prosperity for the happy couple, wedding cakes have been involved in the union between two souls from the earliest of days. Traditionally, it was said that the larger and grander the cake, the more elevated the social status of the couple (so remember this when you place your order for the 14-tier fondant deluxe!) The white colour of the cake was supposed to symbolise the purity and virginity of the bride, and the traditional fruit-cake flavour was said to enhance the bride's fertility for her future husband.
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