Monday, October 25, 2010

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cake


Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes
Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes

Fall Cupcake Wedding Cakes



Wedding Cake
A wedding cake is the traditional cake served to the guests at a wedding reception (or in parts of England, at a wedding breakfast) after a wedding. In modern Western culture, it is usually a large cake, multi-layered or tiered, and heavily decorated with icing, occasionally over a layer of marzipan or fondant, topped with a small statue representing the couple. Achieving a dense, strong cake that can support the decorations while remaining edible can be considered the epitome of the baker's art and skill. The average cost of a professionally made wedding cake in the U.S. in 2005 was $543
Symbolism

The wedding cake is a tradition that began back in the Roman Empire. At the time, it was a loaf of bread that the groom broke over the brides head as a symbol of his dominance in the marriage and over her. The color of the cake is typically white to symbolize purity. The joint task of the bride and groom cutting the cake is meant to symbolize their first joint task in married life. The gesture of feeding cake to one another is a symbol of the commitment the bride and groom are making.

One of the earliest forms of the wedding cake is the French Croquembouche. The legend of this cake says that a pastry chef, visiting medieval England, witnessed their tradition of piling sweet rolls between the bride and groom which they would attempt to kiss over without knocking them all down. The pastry chef then went back to France and piled sweet rolls up into a tower to make the first Croquembouche.
Modern adaptations
A contemporary White wedding cake.

Wedding cake toppers are small models that sit on top of the cake, normally a representation of a bride and groom in formal wedding attire. This custom was dominant in US wedding in the 1950s where it represented the concept of togetherness.[3] Wedding toppers today are often figures that indicate shared hobbies or other passions.[3]

In the United Kingdom, the traditional wedding cake is made from a rich fruitcake, although many modern cakes now consist of either vanilla sponge, chocolate sponge or carrot cake. Most cakes are between three and five tiers in height, and often consist of a bottom tier made from sponge, with a chocolate sponge middle tier and a fruit top tier.[citation needed] Among some more elaborate cakes the United Kingdom see are those prepared for the Royal Weddings. These cakes are actually decorated boxes with the fruit cake cut into portions on the inside, allowing them to be easily served to hundreds of guests.

Another trend is for wedding cupcakes. To imitate the tiers of a wedding cake, the cupcakes are placed on a stand and decorated in the wedding colors.

Wedding cakes can also be decorated with flowers.

But today, someone who don't know the real name of the cake -that they meet- will mention it spontaneously with variety names like:
white wedding cakes
black and white wedding cakes
black and white and red wedding cakes
black and white and green wedding cakes
black and white and pink wedding cakes
square white wedding cakes
white and green wedding cakes
white and red wedding cakes
cupcake wedding cakes
white cupcake wedding cakes
fall cupcake wedding cakes
winter cupcake wedding cakes
green cupcake wedding cakes
red wedding cakes
red and black wedding cakes
red black and white wedding cakes
red and black square wedding cakes
red and gold wedding cakes
red and white wedding cakes
red and orange wedding cakes
funny wedding cakes
funny wedding cake toppers
wedding cakes pictures
wedding cake toppers
funny wedding cake toppers
monogram wedding cake toppers
wedding cake toppers humorous
redneck wedding cake toppers
wedding cake with flower
wedding cake with fountains
wedding cake with roses
wedding cake with ribbon
wedding cake with lalalilies
wedding cake black and white
square wedding cakes with flowers
square wedding cakes with ribbon
square wedding cakes with flowers. And many more ....

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