Top 10 Luxury Wedding Cake Trends for 2020 by Elizabeth's Cake Emporium

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Top 10 Luxury Wedding Cake Trends for 2020 by Elizabeth's Cake Emporium

In many wedding receptions, luxury wedding cakes are often a most welcome sight and as we often joke, the only guest at a wedding with its table! At Elizabeth's Cake Emporium, the sheer diversity of their luxury wedding cake designs range from grand wedding cakes that grace exclusive palaces to the most delicate one tiered wonders. 

Their reputation for producing some of the best luxury wedding cakes in the world often precedes them and they constantly endeavor to keep abreast of trends by actively listening to their clients and creating original designs and delicious cake flavors.

The start of a new decade, 2020 is set to be an exciting year for weddings, and individuality will be huge. Couples are no longer content to be offered a cookie-cutter, identical wedding cakes and are now proactive participants in the design process and flavor choice.

Wedding cake flavors are also set to be more adventurous in 2020 with sophisticated flavor pairings, seasonality and sustainability being huge considerations.

Here are the top 10 luxury wedding cake trends predicted by Elizabeth's Cake Emporium for 2020:

Grand Wedding Cakes

A grand wedding cake symbolizes bringing a fantasy to life and is the pinnacle of luxury wedding cakes. Usually tall and imposing in size, these multi-tiered confections tend to be the focal point of a wedding reception. In some cultures, it is believed that the number of tiers is directly proportional to the longevity of the marriage, so the more cake tiers, the merrier!

Pearlencia

Known as the queen of gems, pearls have been a part of bridal couture for many years. No longer consigned to grandma's jewelry box, they have even been seen on the red carpet, with Harry Styles causing a stir when he wore a single pearl earring to the Met Gala. Pearls are set to be huge in 2020 and luxury wedding cakes adorned with edible pearls even more so.

Floating Wedding Cakes

The first floating tier wedding cake by Elizabeth's Cake Emporium was made in 2012. It was inspired by the wedding cake from the film Sex and The City 2, and it featured thousands of crystals on custom-made cake stands. A clever way to add height and illusion to a luxury wedding cake, it's great to see this trend is now a firm favorite with luxury brides.

Split Wedding Cakes

Split wedding cakes or half and half wedding cakes have gone from wannabe upstarts and have taken on a life of their own. They range from quirky and fun, to elegant and intricately crafted. For a couple who craves something different, split cakes reflect the two sides of a whole and offer a way of incorporating a couple's histories and passions into the wedding cake. 

Something Cake Something Blue

Pantone has declared Classic Blue as the color of the year for 2020. Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights every couple's desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build their partnership as they cross the threshold into a new era. Couples might start making bolder choices by incorporating 'something blue' into their wedding cakes.

Carved and Redefined

Carved cakes are a wonderful evolution and expression of individuality and are set to take the luxury wedding cake landscape by storm. These gravity-defying edifices can be studded with colored rock candy or pearls for a more sophisticated look. 

Rococo Love

Rococo emerged in Italy and France as a very significant movement in the art world. Created by craftsmen, this highly ornamental style is perfect for wedding cakes as it allows for the use of moldings and gilding which is often suited to stately homes and royal palaces.

Textured Wedding Cakes

Different types of textures can be applied to a luxury wedding cake surface and these can range from barely-there geometric iterations (perfect for contemporary designs), smooth frosting stripes, wafer paper frills to bas relief. The texture is a great way to add interest and dimension, thereby creating elevation and personalization.

Fault Line Wedding Cakes

As a keen student of geography, Elizabeth was aware that fault lines represent fracture lines on the surface of the earth. "Years later, I never knew it would be the inspiration for whole new cake design," she says.

Fault line cakes are all the rage at the moment and Elizabeth's Cake Emporium; they have created a very sophisticated version that is already popular with their 2020 couples.


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Water Colored Wedding Cakes

Painting a wedding cake is the ultimate way to personalize it. Anything from pretty florals to contemporary graphics and scripted calligraphy is some of the ways.

In 2020, Elizabeth predicts that darker, bolder colors will come to the fore and we will also see art and wildlife inspired hand-painted wedding cakes.