Perfect Wedding Cake Toppers

Wedding cake toppers are an interesting tradition. Especially in the last century, American brides and grooms have been adorning the tops of their wedding cakes with little figurines.

These days, cake toppers are not just limited to figurines. Cake toppers are becoming a way for couples to express their personalities and style. At least that is what you should be doing. If you just throw on a cheap, plastic, cake topper just for the sake of having one, it will definitely look tacky.

The newest trend is to have unique and custom wedding cake toppers. These could be something modern such as a monogram. Or they could be something funny. Either way, they should be something that is special to the couple.

Monograms are a very hot trend. The design is customized how you want it. It can be a large swirled design with initials on top, or just a single letter. Then they are decorated to match the style of the reception. You can just paint it. The hot thing to do is to put colored rhinestones all over it.

If you are more traditional, a unique idea would be to put a vintage wedding cake topper on your cake. Maybe you can either use or replicate your parents’ cake topper. This is a good way to have a traditional style, but still add a personal and sentimental touch.

Some people prefer to go for style over sentimentality. If you have a theme or elaborate reception decorations, it is essential to coordinate the cake with the style. Flower arrangements, lighting effects etc can all be used for this purpose. Of course, the perfect cake topper would be a combination of style and personality of the bride and groom.

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  1. Angie Pixell says:

    What?

  2. Freezing the cakes :-O

  3. TheFakeyCakeMaker says:

    I make wedding cakes that come from the heart and not from the store because most brides have other things to think about on their wedding day…

  4. yoleeisbored says:

    lol 

  5. Sophia Snyder says:

    Hi! Thanks for this useful video. By the way, I hear many people keep on talking about online class known as Zumocake Decorating (google it), but I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you considered Zumocake Decorating? I’ve heard many amazing things about it and my buddy finally learn how to decorate cakes easily, but she refuses to tell me :(

  6. TheFakeyCakeMaker says:

    Actually you can buy plain iced cakes rather cheap from some supermarkets and simply stack them. This video is rubbish, who has time to be icing a wedding cake on their wedding day? Also no one uses wooden dowels any more.

  7. TheFakeyCakeMaker says:

    That’s what I did. I even bought my wedding stuff, met my husband a month later and was married within a year. :-) xx

  8. yoleeisbored says:

    some people cant afford to buy a wedding cake, wedding cakes can cost hundreds and really fancy cakes costs thousands.

  9. 123456199fred says:

    I hate it when people misspell words,don’t use capitalization or punctuation.

  10. NoahPloxBlox says:

    Apparently, they get top comment for saying that crap.

  11. Douglas Jones says:

    Hey! Thanks for this useful video. By the way, I notice lots of people keep on talking about online cake community called Zumocake Decorating (google it), but I’m not sure if it is really good. Have you tried using Zumocake Decorating? I have heard several great things about it and my cousin finally learn cake decorating easily, but she refuses to tell me :(

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