Weddings are by their very nature laden with custom, from the genuine (swapping rings) to the fun-loving (recovering and hurling the fastener belt). Furthermore, sooner or later, couples chose to up the custom of taking care of the cake to one another by selecting rather to crush the dessert in one another’s faces.
Love birds ordinarily feed each other the main cut of wedding cake as an image of their responsibility to accommodate each other. Be that as it may, the imagery is frequently lost and supplanted with the convention of crushing cake in one another’s countenances.
This untidy custom is only the most recent development of the wedding cake’s job in a pre-marriage ceremony. As far back as antiquated Rome, the lady of the hour could hope to finish up the merriments by having a grain cake crushed upside her head.