Q – Our summer nuptials have turned in to a winter wedding due to the pandemic, and we feel this has changed our wedding cake design and flavours; what could we opt for that’s more fitting to the wintry season?
Susan says: "I know things have changed, and an autumn and winter wedding wasn’t your first choice however, it’s truly a magical time of year with many possibilities for both design and flavour profiles.
"By choosing something new and unexpected with your flavour combinations, you can bring a playfulness to your wedding cake you may not have considered in the traditional wedding season.
"If you’re looking for a trio of flavours that are unapologetically indulgent, fun, and unexpected look no further than gingerbread and whisky caramel, chocolate orange and cardamon, and deliciously sinful blueberry and cinnamon compote.
"Your wedding cake should offer a multisensory ‘wow’, so choosing the unexpected for your guests is a sure way to have them talking about your wedding cake long after the final crumbs have been eaten."
Susan Angel | Christina May Cake Design | www.christinamaycakedesign.co.uk
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