Thursday, August 16, 2012

Nontraditional Wedding Cake Toppers


The tradition of incorporating cake toppers started in the 1950’s to symbolize the newly wed’s togetherness but they briefly took a back seat and give way to fresh flowers to top the wedding cake. Although fresh flowers are popular, cake toppers are making a comeback albeit made from nontraditional materials. More and more couples choose to use unique cake toppers to make their wedding cake a bit more memorable.

Traditional cake toppers are that of a bride and groom figurines standing together dressed in wedding attire but today, thanks to the modern approach, we can find various kinds of unique toppers made of several nontraditional materials.  These toppers can represent a couple’s personality, interests, hobbies and wedding style. Below are some of my favorite unique cake topper ideas.

{Cake toppers made of clay or fondant are popular nowadays. Add some faux crystals and real textile to your couple figurine to amp it a bit.}

Monday, August 6, 2012

August Inspiration Board: Embracing The Rain on Your Wedding Day


The thought of rain on your wedding day (especially for the months of June to October) would make many brides wince but rainy season doesn't have to be gloomy and grey. We can totally embrace the rain by choosing bright color motif and incorporate trendy and cute accessories to make it stylish and fun for your photos that will turn negative vibes into positive. 

{August Inspiration Board: Embracing the Rainy Season}


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