There are no rules on how many tiers a wedding cake should have, but these practical considerations will help you work out how many tiers you need.
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Thanks to their exposed sponge, naked wedding cakes ooze rustic charm and are a must-have for boho and vintage brides.
Hand-painted wedding cakes have been around for many years, but this decorating technique has only recently had the attention and spotlight it deserves.
If you’re looking for a heartfelt way to honour your family, what sweeter way could there be than to say it with your wedding cake.
When it comes to a festive wedding cake, choosing carefully can make all the difference. Here are some things to think about.
Metallics are bringing on the bling for 2017 weddings, and wedding cakes are no exception. Here are some ways to inject some sparkle into your wedding cake.
If you’re torn between following tradition and doing your own thing, here are a few ways to update wedding cake traditions for a modern wedding.
Ganache drip wedding cakes are one of the most popular new trends for the year ahead – they look incredible and are such fun.
Country garden weddings evoke imagery of tea and scones, bunting, and croquet on the lawn. But which wedding cakes suit a country garden wedding?
How do you choose the perfect fairytale wedding cake? Marie Sinclair believes your personal fairytale wedding cake has three very simple key elements.
Miniature wedding cakes may be tiny, but they can still make a mighty impact.There are plenty advantages to going mini.
A luxury wedding dessert table can be a show-stopping décor centrepiece. Here are things to think about when designing your decadent dessert spread.
When it comes to choosing a wedding cake for a vintage theme, the possibilities, quite literally, span a century.
For an extra moment of wow factor, there are many creative ways to make your wedding cake as gorgeous on the inside as it is striking on the outside.
Marie Sinclair looks at 5 wedding cake mistakes you should avoid, and a few things you can do to make sure you get your dream wedding cake right.
Brides can choose a completely individual wedding cake, but there will of course always be trends. Here are Marie Sinclair’s 2016 wedding cake trend predictions.
Your wedding cake is the centrepiece for your big day décor, so choosing your wedding cake designer is an important decision that requires a lot of thought, care and attention.
Wedding traditions serve as a guide to expectations, but you don’t have to follow them. Here’s the low-down on some wedding cake traditions.
Macarons, cupcakes, cake pops and so on – the wedding cake is now beset with bite-sized rivals. Here are the pros and cons of wedding cake alternatives.
Here are five ways that your wedding cake can take on a new significance and be more than just a stunning centrepiece for your wedding décor.
Ordering a bespoke wedding cake can be a delicate process, so this post explains how to work with your cake designer so you get the cake you really want.
How do you create your own wedding cake table that’s so pretty you won’t want to dismantle it when it’s time to cut the cake?
If you want an excuse to play with wedding cake flavours, colours and shapes, 2015 is your year. Here are some wedding cake trends to look out for in 2015.
Who do you take with you to your wedding cake tasting to consult with on that all-important question: which one is the one?
Follow our guide to using either fresh flowers or sugar flowers to decorate your wedding cake, including which edible flowers you can use.
Here are some of the things you should consider when choosing your wedding cake so it will taste as good as it looks, and look too good to eat.
Marie Sinclair demystifies different dietary requirements when it comes to wedding cakes, and explains what to ask for when you talk to your designer.
This little wedding quiz should help you to find out which wedding cake flavour is most suitable for you and your wedding.
Before you start wedding cake tasting there are a few things you can do to really make the most of the experience.
Although traditional, the simple answer to this question is ‘no’ – you do not have to include fruit cake within your wedding cake.