Cascading towers of sugar flowers, sponges saturated with lemon syrup and beautiful buttercreams spread across three tiers of glorious baked-joy. Your wedding cake will act as the centrepiece of your big day and so you will want to choose one with the wow-factor. To take the stress away from making this delicious decision, the Quintessentially Weddings Team are here to help you. Below you will find their top trends for 2019, meaning that you can sit back, have your cake and eat it, too.
Simple. Classic. Chic. The trend of tradition will top the charts and see white-on-white cakes standing tall in 2019. Team your tiers with fresh botanicals and petals to add an organic take on the classic wedding cake.
From the paintbrush tip straight on to the stacked tiers, these wedding cakes are beautifully decorated with intricate detail. Have an artist bring a touch of colourful finesse to your special day by using the cake as their canvas.
Make your cake stand out by decorating it with 3D effects (pardon the pun, although it was very much intended). Our top cake suppliers have told us that 3D designs are growing in popularity and the Quintessentially Weddings Team are huge advocates for this trend.
Deconstruction and Decadent Displays
Take a tip from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and deconstruct your cake. Fill a trestle table with the different tiers and surround them with mini patisserie, macaroons, cupcakes and cake pops. This is an exciting new way to present your dessert table to your guests, making it more interactive, approachable and fundamentally fun.
Naked Drip Cake
You may have heard of the naked cake trend. You may have heard of the drip cake trend. But have you heard of the naked drip cake trend? Whilst we advise against trying to say this aloud for fear that it’s tongue-twisting effects will leave you stumped, we do advise getting your hands on one for your wedding. Combining two 2018 trends, next year will see the rustic naked cake getting a make-over.
Two Tone and Marble
Prepare to marvel at two-tone and marble. Stunning separations of fondant are taking a firm stand in bridal fashion and the Quintessentially Weddings Team certainly support its rise in
popularity. As one of our favourite trends, these designs are both decadent and delightful.
If you would like our Weddings Team to take your cake-related stresses away, or if you would simply like to chat about organising your celebration with us, please contact Jessica Seal at email@example.com