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The wedding cake is the queen of the festivities. It concludes the banquet of your wedding in Sorrento Coast and Amalfi Coast with extreme sweetness. The cake must be not only pleasing to the eye but also delicious and of top quality. The ingredients must have guaranteed freshness and lightness.

We are ready as your taste requires to realise with the best bakers the cake of your dreams.

The history of the wedding cake goes back as far as the Roman Empire, well before the concept of elaborately icing a cake, was invented. Through the years, the wedding cake has become the focus of a variety of customs and traditions.
In Medieval England, cakes were described as breads which were flour-based foods without  sweetening. No accounts tell of a special type of cake appearing at wedding ceremonies.

There are, however, stories of a custom involving stacking small sweet buns in a large pile in front of the newlyweds. The couple would attempt to kiss over the pile.
Success in the process was a sign that there would be many children in their future. .

First appearing in the middle of the17th century and well into the early 19th century, was a popular dish called the bride's pie. The pie was filled with sweet breads, a mince pie, or may have been merely a simple mutton pie. A main "ingredient" was a glass ring. An old adage claimed that the lady who found the ring would be the next to be married.
By the late 19th century, wedding cakes became really popular, and the use of the bride's pie disappeared.

Early cakes were simple single-tiered plum cakes, with some variations. It was a while before the first multi-tiered wedding cake of today appeared in all its glory..
In the minds of most people, wedding cakes are "supposed to be" white. The symbolism attached to the color white, makes explaining this tradition rather simple. White has always denoted purity, a notion as it relates to white wedding cake icing that first appeared in Victorian times. Another way in which a white wedding cake relates to the symbol of purity, has its basis in the fact that the wedding cake was originally referred to as the bride's cake.