My Top 3 Wedding Cake Trends for 2016
Naked Cakes – a classically beautiful Summer Wedding must-have.
Names, shapes and bunting for those couples looking for something a little different to wow your guests.
Foliage – who doesn’t love a floral cake? This is the easiest way to combine the colour of your theming with your cake.
What can you expect to see for 2017 Wedding Cakes?
Dripped cakes – a modern, quirky and unique idea, these cakes are sure to be very popular next year. The best examples can be found on Instagram @lottieandbelle
Geode cakes – The centre of the Geode is usually edible and made from sugar, rock candy and food colouring. The design is
built into the cake and is certainly a show-stopper!
Silver and gold leaf – We’ve seen a few cakes endorse the gold and silver leaf edible paint in 2016 but I’m sure this trend will really take off next year.
Make sure you keep up to date with the most recent trends, especially if you book your wedding cake far in advance. The best way to keep up to date is through blogs and social media.
My recommended suppliers:
Finch Bakery – Twin duo Lauren and Rachel started the Finch Bakery in the early months of this year and have taken the cake industry by storm making and decorating around 20 cakes per week (!) They create a variety of wedding cakes from the traditional flowers and fruits, trendy naked cakes to sweet loaded cakes! Check them out on Instagram @finchbakery
Linda Hofmann – Linda has 25 years of experience in the cake industry and creates wonderful cakes for all occasions, with her speciality being in wedding cakes. http://www.lindahofmanncakes.co.uk/
Patisserie Viennoise – Based locally in Otley, the master cake maker, Trevor is very skilled and experienced. Patisserie Viennoise opened in 1986 and is still going strong today!