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Wedding Cakes

 It may come as a surprise to most brides that, originally, the wedding cake was not eaten by but thrown at the bride! It developed as one of the many fertility traditions surrounding a wedding. Luckily this custom evolved into actually eating the cake.

Today’s Traditions

  Most people don’t associate the wedding cake with having lots of children anymore, instead the wedding cake has become kind of a first meal for the bride and groom. Today’s couples cut a slice before anyone else and feed it to each other, symbolizing the support they’ll provide through their many years together. In addition, the confections themselves have become a showpiece instead of a symbol – you can get a wedding cake with a fountain in it, pieces of infrastructure (bridges and such), or cakes that you could honestly mistake for a present or a hat or other inanimate objects.


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My friend emailed me some crude photos of objects to be displayed on the wedding cakes.

These are figurines are to be placed on top of the wedding cakes.




Would you want a piece of these?

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One Response to “Wedding Cakes”

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    Wedding Cakes Girl Says:

    One new wedding “tradition” that I’m not a huge fan of when the bride and groom smash the cake in each others’ face. To me, it’s passive aggressive and just downright silly.

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