Cakes are an absolute must for all wedding festivities. With the countless royal weddings taking place every year, there are bound to be many uniquely delectable, towering gateaux. If you want to channel your inner royal, feast your eyes on these confectionary desiccants!
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle, United Kingdom
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got a lemon-flavored sponge cake, soaked it in an elderflower cordial syrup (“made at The Queen’s residence in Sandringham from the estate’s own elderflower trees”), and covered it in Swiss meringue buttercream flavoured with elderflower, as per official announcements from the royal family. It was then covered in a whopping 150 fresh floras “mainly British, and in season, including peonies and roses”.
King Hussein bin Talal and Lisa Najeeb Halaby, Jordan
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Using a golden Hashemite sword to cut the seven tier, three feet high fruitcake wedding cake, King Hussein bin Talal and Lisa Najeeb Halaby had a gigantic white cake with pink buttercream flowers. #TiersOfJoy
Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene, Monaco
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Celebrating their royal nuptials, the couple cut into a sky-high redcurrant and vanilla cake that was made of 50 kilos of berries and 2,000 edible blooms, including florets from the Riviera and Proteas, South Africa’s national flower to honour Princess Charlene’s heritage.
Prince Philip and Miss Danica Marinkovic, Serbia
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After the regal wedding ceremony, Prince Philip and Miss Danica cut their six-tiered wedding cake covered in a classic white fondant and adorned with pure ivory floral accents. The classic and elegant cake is a timeless creation fit for all kinds of marriage merriments.
Prince Carl Philip and Princess Sofia, Sweden
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The prince especially made the request for the inclusion of Pop Rocks, which turned out to be a massive hit with guests owing to its highly interactive factor. The several cakes were comprised of rhubarb, pistachio and strawberry flavours and accentuated by colourful light, fluffy designs in the center. The overall presentation of the whole creation was incredibly astonishing!
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