Royal Wedding Cakes
Prince Charles and Diana Spencer
July 29, 1981
great idea for a thread pdas
Here are the two cakes from the wedding of King Abdullah and Queen Rania
I love the first one...very pretty.
Princess Elizabeth and Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten
November 20, 1947
The wedding cake was made by Peak Freans from ingredients sent by the Girl Guides, Rangers, and Brownies of Australia. The cake had 4 tiers supported by silver pillars, stood 9 feet high and weighed 500 pounds.
The cake was intricately decorated with armorial bearings of the Princess and Lieutenant Mountbatten and depicts scenes from their lives on the bottom two tiers.
56 lb. bag icing sugar
79 lb. castor sugar
50 lb. bag flour
6 tins powdered milk, 6 lb.
10 oz. ground cinnamon
10 oz. mixed spice
6 bottles essence lemon
1 tin almond meal, 28 lb.
60 lb. sultanas
10 lb. lemon peel
15 lb. seeded raisins
10 lb. crystallised cherries
12 lb. currants
7 lb. self raising flour
1 bottle Australian brandy
20 lb. brown sugar
10 lb. almond kernels
12 dozen eggs
30 lb. butter
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This is the best I can do for King Hussein and Queen Noor's wedding cake.
If someone has a better picture, please share it
King Hussein and Queen Dina
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson
July 23, 1986
Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones
June 19, 1999
The gothic styled six tiered care stood seven foot high and was piped in Royal icing and had over 500 hand-made sugar flowers.
Prince Frederik and Mary Donaldson
May 14, 2004
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Prince Felipe and Letizia Ortiz
May 22, 2004
The Prince of Asturias cake consists of a base of almond sponge under several colourful layers – a passion fruit crème, raspberry sauce and rice pudding mousse – symbolising the Spanish national flag.
Topping the sweet creation, a combination of symbols representing everything from the city where the nuptials took place – Madrid – to the number of children the prince and future princess might have (the Prince mentioned he wishes to have between two to five children):)
Among the decorations completing the cake is the Prince of Asturias coat of arms, the shield of the royal house, two wedding rings and a pair of blooms representing the bride and groom. And finishing off the array of symbols are four smaller flowers.
Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips
November 14, 1973
King Constantine II and Princess Anne-Marie
September 18, 1964
Prince George, Duke of Kent and Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark
November 29, 1934
The wedding cake stood 9 feet high and weighed 800 pounds. Four-tiered cake and the tiers were supported by little Grecian-style pillars in honor of the bride's nationality.
Prince Albert, later King George VI of England and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
April 26, 1923
Prince Haakon and Mette-Marit Tjessem-Hoiby
August 25, 2001
Prince Willem-Alexander and Maxima Zorreguieta
February 2, 2002
My absolute favourite is Elizabeth II´s wedding cake. Very exquisite. I also liked The Earl and Countess of Wessex´s wedding cake. The wedding cakes of Letizia/Felipe and Maxima/Willem-Alexander, on the other hand, look extremely dull (I am sure they were delicious, though).
Wow...Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia's cake is certainly unique.
Not that pretty though.
Prince Emanuele Filiberto and Clotilde Courau
September 25, 2003
Sorry just got Thumbnails..:(
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Why do the Jordan royals have two wedding cakes?
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