The majority of couples choose the wedding cake as big as possible and usually the classic way of tiered style, with the principle of the biggest the cake is the most impressed guests will be and grooms satisfied.
Contrary to this the single layer wedding cakes have their own followers and public. This alternative comes mostly for those less pretentious about the size of the cake, those that put an accent on the essence and meaning of these than on impressing in something.
Even though single layer wedding cakes the designs won’t make rebate of wondrous styles. From worded cake as the book of love to the classic styles of flowers you can opt for anything you like, want and suits best as representative image for your wedding. But how about the topper? What’s the point to use one if you have just one layer of the cake? This aspect is quite controversial. On the one hand you can still opt for one but not too tall. On the other hand some may see in the cake topper a ridiculous correlation with the single layer cake since the top of the cake is not too high.
What about the prices? At this point you have much more to gain since single layer wedding cakes will cost less in comparison with tiered ones. And you will lose nothing from the perspective of the single layer cake being enough for how much you need. It can have various shapes, it can weight as much as you need.
Yet what’s the big secret that makes out of the single layer wedding cakes adorable styles to choose in comparison with others types? Some say it is about the design that will be better seen. Instead of the simple ways of adding no matter what embellishments to make on the cake a real piece of art with figurines, with complex details. For instance the grooms’ table at the wedding, with a groom and a bride and a couple of guests around.
In the modest way single layer wedding cakes are the option for some couples that will have a cake for the traditional side. In other words they rather serve a simple dessert but at the same time they don’t what to miss the key moment everybody is used to, bringing in the wedding cake.
Categories: Cakes | May 21st 2012 | By Sara