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A winter sky can be a midnight blue with the twinkling of stars or clouded in light lavender as it is preparing to snow. These extremes of the season make design for your winter wedding cake versatile.
Winter weddings tend to be innately romantic and elegant and your cake should be as well. Whether you choose the pale colors of a snowy day and dress it in ice blue, pale pink, soft purple or dark colors of a clear winter night with white pearls it will be very impressive.
Winter is a time of warm drinks and rich flavors. Fill your cake with deep, decadent flavors of dark chocolate mousse, indulgent ganache, or bold espresso. You can even add a little spice to you cake with a hint of nutmeg or have an egg nog flavored cream filling made to balance the flavor of the chocolate cake.
If you are getting married in the winter around Christmas add some of the beloved holiday into your wedding cake. Chocolate cake with a peppermint cream filling or a ginger bread cake with rich, creamy cream cheese frosting. If you love not only taste of the holiday, but the look of it as well, have your tiered cake decorated like a Christmas Tree or a square cake decorated like gifts.
In most places, winter means snow. Snowflakes are an elegant way to decorate your cake. A touch of silver glitter on a white cake will be beautiful. Have snowflakes set on a midnight blue cake and it will look like snow drifting in the night. A simple snowflake at a cake topper is another way to take your wedding cake from any wedding cake to a winter wedding cake. You cake will be as unique as the snowflake itself.
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