Wedding Beach & Cake Toppers Wedding Cakes

You might be interested in beach wedding cakes, if you are destined for a beach wedding.

Beach weddings tend to be destination weddings, a popular choice by many couples that are seeking to wrap their wedding and honeymoon to one, or to get a smaller, intimate and affordable event. To boot, getting married near the coast is extraordinarily intimate, and can make your wedding memories and experience, that much more unique.

What style should you’re searching for if you are a bride-to-be, searching for a beach wedding cakes? What design creates a cake so”κουφετο“? Well, that depends on plenty of things. It depends upon the couples’ personality, hobbies and interests. It depends upon design of the location, the time of year and theme of this event. . .just to mention a few. We have piled up plenty of ideas that we have included below to get ideas on which cake could be Perfect for your beach wedding:

Sea Shell Cakes – You can not go wrong with sea shells. What shells? Periwinkle, ear moon, and Florida cone, are a few of the most beautiful sea shells for decoration. Pieces of coral, is another option that is terrific. The sea shells can be actual (wash them well!) , or can be produced from an assortment of icing, molding chocolate or paste. Sea shells may be used as the design of the cake or subtly. A bunch for this cake design of shells, as the seashell cake topper is crucial.

Marine Wild Life Cakes – Incorporate like sea horses, turtles, tropical fish, sea lions, jellyfish, sea stars, dolphins, whales, or anemones. We did a wedding in Monterey and the reception was at the Monterey Plaza Hotel – which is to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The wedding party had a wonderful time, experienced a tour and visited the volcano before the wedding. The aquarium was the inspiration for the theme of the cake. The cake designer subtly integrated a number of the sea animals from the aquarium. The topper was a pearly clam with pearls and stones pouring cascading down the side of the cake. (not real pearls, but fondant balls coated with pearl dust!)