Unique with Traditional Marks of Wedding Cake in Houston, Texas

Groom’s Wedding Cake for the Groom

wedding-cakes2When one combines the word cake and wedding, the very first thing that always comes to mind is, of course, the multi-layered white frosted colored cake decorated with sweet icing and colorings, and a figurine of a married couple on the top most layer.

This is generally the first perception of a cake in a wedding. But, unknown to a large number of people, even Americans, especially those from the northern states, are unaware of the existence of the groom’s cake. The groom’s cake has been a southern tradition that is popularized in the City of Houston Texas that has been practiced for more than a century.

The groom’s wedding cake in Houston, TX traditionally a gift from the bride to her man on their wedding day, a presentation at the reception for everyone to see. It is a symbol of the bride’s affirmation, loyalty and affection to her new husband. A groom’s cake specifically represents everything about her man. What she knows about hi, his talents, his personality, hobbies, likes and preferences. Indeed, it shows how deeply the bride kno

ws everything about her man, and is willing to decorate the cake based on everything about him.

This is also a challenging test of the bride’s creativity and innovation. A fiery testament to her skills on how she could present the cake on her wedding day that would actually please her groom.

This tradition marks a unique form of practice in southern weddings, as it gives the bride an additional task to do before her wedding day and would feel another form of pressure that could not normally be found on typical American weddings.

The color of the groom’s wedding cake in Houston, TX does not necessarily need to be white, like the couple’s wedding cake. It is up to the wife to decide how much her man colors up her life.

Wedding cakes in Houston TX has indeed revolutionized the whole concept of having a cake. It looks too beautiful to touch and to eat so it is definitely different from a regular cake.

Some may use edible images, magnets for elevation and little light bulbs to add a more realistic sense in the cake. White chocolate and dark chocolate are also used to form solid figures with icing colored by edible spray paint. They look artificial yet edible with a taste that would not disappoint the pallet. All of these skills are studied and mastered by pastry to ensure the quality of the wedding cakes they would sell.  Couples could send their own design or choose designs made by the masters.

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