Every engaged couple wants their wedding day to be as memorable as they can possibly make it, and will put their utmost effort into planning it down to the smallest detail. The bridal and bridesmaid’s gowns, the grooms and groomsmen’s tuxedos, the flowers and cake and reception meal, the rings and the honeymoon arrangements are all the subject of great debate and anxiety, and even the most financially conservative couples are often willing to splurge on their weddings.
One uncommon way of adding a distinctive touch to a wedding is by selecting wedding cakes with fountains, which will add that longed-for touch of unforgettable drama to the happy day’s proceedings.
It’s not something new, if u remembers the Royal Wedding of Princess Elizabeth and Lt. Philip Mountbatten in Nov. 16, 1947, so you must know that they made a cake of over 500-pound and nine-foot high in which the four-tier cake took five and a half weeks to make and ten hours to bake. Included in the recipe were seven lucky charms – a bachelor button, a wedding ring, a thimble, a donkey, a 3-penny coin, a wishbone, and a horseshoe, all made of silver. Almost same is the case of Prince Charles and Lady Diana wedding.