Wedding cake originally they were made with only wheat, a symbol of fertility and prosperity, and thrown at the bride’s head. It is a a symbol of breaking the bride’s virginity and the groom’s dominance over her. As the wedding cakes became larger, this tradition disappear, and by the 19th century, cutting the wedding cake became the symbol of the first task that the wedding pair did jointly as a married couple and feeding a piece to one another, a symbol of commitment of the newly married that they could provide for each other. This was supposed to be a romantic gesture, showing love and affection.
When choosing a wedding cake, you need to choose the one that’s compatible with the style of the venue, the season, your gown, the flower arrangements or the menu. The cake should be the part of the wedding, not a glaring sideshow. If Halloween wedding is your choice, sit back and relax. Check out these 56 horror Halloween wedding cakes ideas for your special moment below to inspire you.