White cakes were a symbol of wealth and social standing in Victorian times as well as a representation of the bride. The fine white sugar needed to create white icing was extremely expensive. White is traditionally a symbol of purity and that was reflected in the wedding cake though it was originally referred to as the bride's cake.
Places atop a simple gold cake stand this white, four-tiered wedding, confection was the centerpiece of the wedding reception in the lobby at the Omni Severin Hotel in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana. The couple chose to adorn their wedding cake with the same flowers as were in the bride's bouquet and a cake topper featuring the bride's new last name.
Location: 40 W Jackson Pl, Indianapolis, IN 46225.