Black and white is a classic color combination that never goes out of style and that goes for a black and white wedding cake as well.

There is so much you can do with a black and white cake. It can be a simple white tiered cake with some black piping or simple black monogram airbrushed or painted onto the fondant. For a bold and contemporary black and white cake, you can include a pattern of stripes, plaid, or a checker board effect.

There are no rules that say you have to have white icing, shock your guests and reverse it. Have a black iced cake with white detail on it. Either way, the contrast of black and white is timeless, elegant, and always stunning.

What's black and white with a pop of red, pink, or yellow? Your cake! If you want to add a pop of color it will only enhance the look of your black and white cake without taking away from the theme. Just about anything will match these two shades and adding a ribbon of a bright or subtle color will really make your cake stand out.

Think about flavors that are black and white to incorporate into your themed cake. Although you may not want to actually include black licorice on your cake or maybe you do, you can still include the taste with some licorice liqueur soaked sponge cake. This can be a strong flavor so definitely have a tasting to see if it suits your own taste buds before serving it to your guests. Another dark flavor to consider including is espresso. For real coffee lovers, you can even have some crushed espresso beans mixed in with the filling. Flavors like marshmallow, coconut, and basic whipped cream are all white and flavorful that can sit between layers of a dark chocolate cake.

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