ROCOCO & LATE BAROQUE Marie Antoinette – a decadent purple ombre cake with edible gold cherubs, cameos and handcrafted sugar flowers, this cake is perfect for the princess bride who wants a statement cake. By Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium
ROCOCO & LATE BAROQUE This over-the-top styling is not for the faint-hearted. A Rococo bride inspired by Marie Antoinette’s royal court, is strong willed, adores decadence and is not afraid to leave a serious lasting impression.
FLORAL PRINTED GOWNS Jessica Biel’s blush-hued Giambattista Valli gown was the first, to not only ‘go pink’ – which has been big for 2013 (see Reece Witherspoon in Monique Lhuillier and Anne Hathaway’s hand-painted pink Valentino) but the subtle floral pattern was a departure from the ubiquitous, yet traditional white bridal gown. The beauty in a floral gown is that a bride can stand-out as unique and showcase her individuality without sacrificing gown shape and style.