Wedding Cakes With Real Fruits
Contemporary newlyweds are drawn to all things fresh and inedited. And when we say this we refer especially to wedding themes. They all wish their wedding to be unique and beautiful but not in a very formal and rigorous way. The contrary, they prefer something simpler, chicer and more natural. The organic look and taste are the two most important qualities of a wedding cake. Brides like to use the natural style even for their own adornment. It seems prettier for a bride to wear a bouquet of fresh seasonal flowers in vibrant colors than an artificial arrangement.
The same thing is true for the wedding cake. Only in this case we’re talking about fruit decorations. Your cake can be adorned with flowers and make a beautiful confection, or it can be accented with real fruits, for a more exotic and juicy effect. Fruit inspired wedding cakes are a unique choice especially for seasonal weddings. You can be sure to find a special and delicious fruit in the month of your wedding to add to your cake and make it more savory.
The best news is that fruit wedding cakes are just as tasteful as they look and vice versa. We are big fans of fresh and refreshing treats and for a wedding, we think that a fruit cake can make a very flattering selection for your guests. If you’re having a spring wedding you can choose from a wide variety of apples, apricots, cherries, grapefruits, grapes, pineapples, strawberries, lemons, oranges, peaches, pumpkins and tangerines. For a summer time wedding cake you can select from the following list: apricots, Asian pears, black currants, blackberries, blueberries, champagne grapes, cherries, grapefruits, limes, passion fruits, plums, sugar apples and watermelons.
For fall add pomegranates to the summer list and make your choice. As for a winter fruit wedding cake, consider cactus pears, chestnuts, clementines, oranges, date plums, grapefruits, kiwifruits, mandarin oranges, passion fruits, red currants, red bananas, pummelos, persimmons, Sharon fruits and tangerines. These lists are very generous and full of inspiration for those who are seriously interested in adopting this style. Your cake can be filled with fruit flavors and jams or it can be decorated with real fruits. But you can opt for both ways.
It wouldn’t hurt to opt for a fruity filling and then for a fruit ornament on the outside. There are plenty of unique ideas at this chapter to select from. There are even more fruit combinations to consider for your cake, like: lemon and lime, strawberries and cherries, bananas, kiwi and pineapples, watermelon and pomegranate, and many others. You should consider a fruit cake for a tropical or exotic wedding. But this style can fit any type of wedding planned outdoors or indoors.