One of the most popular wedding traditions is to save the top tier of the cake. This tradition actually started in the 19th century when the preserved cake was typically served at the first child's christening. Today, however, the top tier is thawed exactly one year later (on their anniversary) to be enjoyed as a sentiment of good luck and prosperity as well as an opportunity for couples to enjoy cake and reminisce of their wedding day.
How exactly do you save that cake though? What's the best way to make sure that it stays as fresh as possible? Read more to find out!
Year- old cake might not sound very appetizing, but I promise that if you follow these steps you'll hardly be able to tell the difference!