Martha Stewart is the master of all things weddings so her advise on selecting a cake is a must share!

When it comes to planning a wedding, few decisions are as delightful as choosing your wedding cake. After all, what could be better than sampling slice after slice of delicious cake? As eager as you may be to let the taste testing begin, taking time to envision the cake of your dreams will give you the sweetest results.

Since, ideally, you should order the cake six months before the wedding, it’s best to start considering what you would like soon after you’ve chosen your reception site and the style of your wedding. The cake’s design should match the aesthetic of the day. A formal wedding generally calls for a structured, multitier cake; it can be elaborately or simply decorated, so long as its style implies something ceremonial and grand

As for the flavor of the cake, often the layers are white or yellow cake, but there’s no reason they can’t be chocolate, lemon, carrot, or hazelnut, to name a few. The cake’s design should match the aesthetic of the day. A formal wedding generally calls for a structured, multitier cake; it can be elaborately or simply decorated, so long as its style implies something ceremonial and grand.Details and motifs from the wedding can influence the appearance of the cake.

Here is some inspiration for you!

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