Planning a wedding and choosing it’s details needs a lot of ideas and inspiration, this time we bring you some luxurious wedding cakes to inspire you straight from the royal weddings!
Check out our favorite and most beautiful royal wedding cakes:
For their June 10, 1993, wedding, Jordan's Queen Rania and King Abdullah had a huge multi-tiered, rectangular-shaped cake, decorated with crowns and lace embellishments.
The official wedding cake was an eight-tier fruitcake decorated with over 900 leaf and floral touches created by baker Fiona Cairns. But a second chocolate-cookie cake by McVitie's Cake Company was also served at the special request of Prince William.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip:
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, celebrated their 1947 wedding with a 9-ft. tall, four-tier cake, crafted by McVitie and Price Ltd.
Crown Prince Pavlos and Princess Marie-Chantal:
Greece's Crown Prince Pavlos and heiress Marie-Chantal Miller served 300 smaller cakes, one per table, in addition to their main confection. The design of the eight-tiered centerpiece by baker Colette Peters was inspired by a china pattern from the Royal Collection.
Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly:
Grace Kelly and Monaco's Prince Rainier who got married on April 19, 1956, had a six-tier wedding cake. The cake was given to the newlyweds by the pastry chefs at Monte-Carlo's famed Hôtel de Paris. The cake's upper two tiers featured a built-in cage that held a pair of live turtledoves that were released when the couple cut into the cake with Prince Rainier's sword, and was topped off with a revolving miniature of the bride and groom that played "Ave Maria" and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March."