Trend Alert – Laser Cut Wedding Cake Toppers ❤
From naked cakes to chalkboard designs, the traditional white wedding cake and its classic icing topper have lost their popularity. With so many cakes to choose from, brides are now looking to cake toppers to add that special extra touch. We’ve fallen head over heels for the laser cut cake topper – a design which is simple, classy and can have your personality written all over it! Here’s some of our favourite designs…
Song lyrics – Take the lyrics of your favourite song and turn it into a cake topper! Using the lyrics from your first dance will definitely earn you extra points.
Laser cut figurines – Figurines are the perfect way to reflect a particular moment in your relationship story such as a proposal or memorable date. If you’ve got pets or children you could even add them in to create a family cake topper.
The language of love – What better way to communicate your love than with a short loving phrase. Every couple has their own special phrase which reflects their unique bond. This is a great way to surprise your fiance; choose a cake topper and surprise them with a special cake message on the big day.
Reveal your theme – Getting married at Christmas or Easter? Or maybe you’re having a batman themed wedding? Whatever the time of year or theme, express your theme in a classy cake topper…
How long?! – Remind your guests how long you’ve been in love. This is a great one for couples who have had children first and are marrying later on in life.
A keepsake topper – We love the idea of a topper that not only reflects how amazing your wedding day is, but also doubles up as a lovely keepsake to remember the best day of your lives.
Photo credits: Pinterest
For more laser cut cake toppers, check out our Pinterest board.
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