A selection of striking the royal wedding cakes
• A selection of striking the royal wedding cakes
The royal wedding has long been known for its luxury and extravagance - for example, the wedding ceremony of Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will cost, according to experts, in the $ 45 million - and the cakes are no exception. Baked hard-working teams of the best chefs and confectioners, sometimes they are constructed of multiple layers of weighing hundreds of kilograms, decorated with exquisite flowers and gentle curls glaze. Even the palm of their demonstrations are often independent masterpieces of craftsmanship.
Those who are fascinated sight of the most luxurious royal wedding dress in the world, will enjoy an exciting introduction to 12 the most incredible wedding cake.
wedding cake of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, the height of one and a half meters and weighing over one hundred kilograms. This miracle of confectionary art was ruthlessly eaten noble guests July 29, 1981
Cake for the wedding ceremony of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, held in 1947, weighed 226 kilograms, and its height was almost three meters. To bake a giant meal it took two weeks
Two constables guarded the official wedding cake Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, 16 November 1947
For the wedding party of Prince William and Kate Middleton was made not so impressive, but no less exquisite cake.
The Royal Pastry Fiona Cairns posing for photos next to a wedding cake, which she and her team made for Prince William and his wife Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, April 29, 2011 For the wedding of Prince Joel Dawit Makonnen, a descendant of the last emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia and American Ariana Austin was baked cake in six floors.
Prince Joel Dawit Makonnen Haile Selassie and the Princess Ariana Makonnen sealed at the time of the kiss, the tenderness which enhanced the exquisite taste of the cake, September 9, 2017
And the Norwegian Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit, the cake was a seven-story, still higher than that of the Ethiopian "competitors".
Crown Prince Haakon Norway and his new wife, Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway are prepared to taste a slice of wedding cake during a reception at the Royal Palace in Oslo, 25 August 2001
Wedding cake of Prince Albert of Monaco and Princess Charlene was crowned with a cornucopia, and decorated with flowers and explosions of stars.
The Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene cut the wedding cake during a religious ceremony of the royal wedding in the main courtyard of the palace in Monaco, July 2, 2011
Royals can not deny myself the pleasure to cut the wedding cake saber, which once went into battle their glorious ancestors.
The Crown Prince Hamza bin Hussein of Jordan and his bride Princess Noor cut the wedding cake at a gala dinner in the port of Aqaba in the Red Sea overnight May 28, 2004
Of course, such things give a special charm to the ceremony and remain in the history of the dynasty.
Princess Maxima and Crown Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands are preparing to cut their wedding cake in the Royal Palace in Amsterdam in the evening February 2, 2002. About 1750 guests attended the wedding ceremony of the son of Queen Beatrix of the 600-year-old church Nieuwe Kerk. Curiously, they have divided the cake into so many parts, is not it? Next to their Highnesses brilliant even such an edible masterpiece is clearly lacking grandeur.
The Jordanian Prince Rashid Bin Al Hassan and his bride Princess Zeina cut the wedding cake at the Palace Bassman Amman, June 22, 2011
The best master bakers of the country, together with the royal couple, present in cutting the cake, of course, with a special ceremonial weapons.
Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden and Prince Daniel Duke of Vastergotland and their wedding cake during a banquet at the Royal Palace in Stockholm, June 19, 2010
Even under the pedestal cake can be an independent work of art.
Swedish Princess Sophia and Prince Carl Philip cut their wedding cake in the Royal Palace in Stockholm, June 13, 2015
It is hoped that the taste of this cake is not less beautiful than to look at
Norwegian Princess Martha Louise and her husband Ari Ben try the first slice of the wedding cake, 24 May 2002