So let's first take a look at the origins of the wedding cake.
Since the Roman era, cakes have become an integral part of the wedding ceremony. When a rich family has a wedding, they have to make a special cake. When the wedding is over, people will break a loaf of bread on the bride's head, symbolizing fertility. Bread crumbs represent luck, and guests are eager to pick up. At the same time, the cake also means "happy happiness."
In the Middle Ages of Europe, guests invited to the wedding also had the habit of stacking the bread of spices in their piles on the table and letting the bride and groom kiss the bread on both sides of the “bread hill”. At this time, the bread mountain also symbolizes happiness.