The highly anticipated wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take place on May 19, and everything suggests that the decorations and flower arrangements will take advantage of the spring season.
According to CBS News, the royal wedding cake will be unconventional, and it’ll bring sunshine to the celebration. Different sources suggested that the cake would be banana flavored, because that’s Harry’s favorite fruit. On Tuesday, however, Kensington Palace announced that the cake will be made with lemon and elderflowers, and topped with fresh and brightly colored flowers, embodying the season and staying away from royal traditions, which normally favor fruit cakes.
The couples’ cake will be prepared by Claire Ptak, a well renowned pastry chef from California who now has a bakery in East London. According to InStyle, the chef was interviewed by Markle a while ago, while she was still running her lifestyle blog The Tig.
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The wedding cake is one of the few bits of information that Kensington Palace has released regarding the celebration on May 19th. The guest list and the designer of the wedding dress are still unknown by the public.