Satin Fine Foods names top wedding trends
June 7, 2011 By Bakers Journal
June 7, 2011, Chester, NY – Satin Fine Foods announces this year’s top five trends in wedding décor.
The top trends delighting couples on their special day are:
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Varying heights The drama and quirkiness of varying tier heights pleases the need for the individualism that today’s bride craves. This unexpected technique can add an element of grandeur on even smaller cakes.
Monochromatic These designs symbolize a subtle elegance, with the beauty of the design becoming more prevalent as you move closer to the cake. A monochromatic colour scheme is the preference for this year’s brides, who exude quiet confidence. Whether sticking to traditional whites or more contemporary jewel tones, the monochromatic motif is strong this season.
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Simple and elegant floral designs There’s a huge trend toward traditional romance. With the royal wedding kicking off the wedding season, brides are drawn to the symbolic link between the purity of the cake and their marriage. The royal cake included 17
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floral designs with interpretive meanings including strength, beauty and innocence. Brides want to incorporate special meaning into their cakes as well. Roses and hydrangeas are favourites; brides want simple and elegant floral designs with traditional English flowers.
Vintage flair Drawing inspiration from the past art deco and vintage 20’s themes, combined with bold and flirty accents are popular trends this wedding season. Often these designs are accompanies by bold colours: teals, blues, greens, pinks and purples among them.
Black and white Although not a new trend, the high contrast of black and white is still a wedding favourite. This style seems to be a good representation for many brides in symbolizing the marrying of two strong personalities.
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