b'A.J. DUNLAP PHOTOGRAPHY 85%of weddingguests take a sliceof cake CAKE INKWhat is that frosting?The cake is one aspect of your wedding that guests willanticipate both seeing and tasting! Make sure to choose the right frosting for your design and taste. Heres our take on the differences between wedding cake frostings:INDIA EARL PHOTOGRAPHYFondantThis modeling-clay-like frosting has a thick consistency but a smooth finish. Its typically used to create more formal, fancy designs, figurines, and flowers.Buttercream Buttercream is a more common frosting used on birthday cakes with a creamy and rich flavor. You can texturize the but-tercream for a dramatic finish or smooth it out for clean lines. MarzipanThis frosting is similar to fondant but made with almond paste. This paste gives it more elasticity and a nutty flavor.GanacheTypically made from chocolate, ganache is most often used as a filling between layers of cake. It has a very dense, fudge-like consistency. Naked CakeA naked cake is a popular trend where the cake tiers and fill-ings are seen through a very thin film of buttercream. SHAUNA AND JORDON PHOTOGRAPHY152TODAYS BRIDE|3-8 MONTHS UNTIL I DO|CAKE & DESSERTS'