Your South Wales Wedding - May/June 2020 (Issue 73)

The latest in the wonderful world of cakes A SLICE OF THE “Do some research before setting a budget as some embellishments and flavours cost more than others.” – Katy from Cakes by Katy. “If you want your showstopper to be bespoke, ask your cake maker to create a bake from scratch and avoid copying another design.” – Katy from Cakes by Katy. Flowers are a wonderful way of decorating your bake. Blooms can be carefully painted to look like a watercolour masterpiece, made using sugar or even sculpted out of icing. Chocolate can be used to decorate your bake. Whether you choose a modern drip effect or a quirky half-and-half creation, your guests are sure to be delighted. T he cake is the centrepiece of every wedding. It’s a great way of incorporating your chosen theme or colour scheme and is always a crowd-pleaser. To help you be on-trend and give you heaps of inspiration, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite creations. action www.cake www.mic and www.wea and www.mat and www.face book.c om/bespokebellacakes “Get to know your supplier and work with them to create a bespoke design for your big day. Tell them about your likes and dislikes and show them photos of cakes you like.” – Katy Warrington-Banfield from Cakes by Katy. If you want to try something different on your big day, then why not look into buying some Welshcakes? These can be used as an alternative to your main bake or even as a delicious dessert. Make sure you do your research before purchasing, as some companies offer a variety of flavours, shapes, gluten-free and dairy-free options. TRADITIONAL www.and and CAKES 51