If you want to hold a vintage wedding, the bridal wedding dresses, wedding flower girls dresses, bridesmaid dresses are certain important things, but if you are scrupulous, you will find the wedding cake also need more attention. Here are many vintage wedding cakes design eras from which you can choose. You will plan a delicious wedding cake which is reminiscent of old days for your guests.
While “vintage” loosely means anything that “feels old,” in wedding
cakes it typically signifies one of the popular design eras within the
past century or two. Fashion sets the stage for decades of style, so
choose decorative elements that reflect the essence of the vintage
period of your choice when designing your wedding cake.
Although the Romantic era occurred between 1820 and 1937, it still holds
a place of prominence as brides choose from delicate and ornate
sugar-crafted designs to add a touch of nostalgia to their cakes. Wrap
wedding cake tiers in white chocolate ribbons and add more ribbons to
bouquets of sugar flowers and strands of edible pearls. Choose
traditional white-on-white icing decorations that include old-fashioned
roses, perhaps tinged with a hint of mellow pink, cascading down stacked
cake layers for a Romantic era look. Avoid bright colors when choosing
this vintage design. White or yellow cake layers with custard or fruit
fillings complete your Romantic era wedding cake.
A vintage cake from the 1940s or ’50s might feature Lambeth icing. A
highly skilled wedding cake decorator crafts this intricate cake design,
featuring row after row of delicate royal icing or buttercream icing.
Joseph Lambeth, a world-renowned cake decorator, popularized this
elaborate style of cake decorating. Many a modern bride chooses this
vintage style for her cake. When choosing a vintage Lambeth-style cake,
make sure your cake decorator has extensive piping experience (see