Gorgeous Wedding Cakes
(almost too pretty to eat)
Cake with Raw Elegance
Minerals and agates are really in and it's showing up in a lot of different ways. We love this raw gold edging paired with this beautiful blue hue. Natural elements are a huge inspiration for cake designs.
Accent Tier Cake
You can make a statement with your cake when you mix heights or design of your tiers. Try simplifying all of the tiers except for one — this can be the bottom, top or somewhere in the middle.
Succulents have been popular at weddings for years, and now, the desert flora has found a place at the dessert table. We love the modern elegance that this succulent cake topper brings.
Metallics are big for everything wedding, from stationery to table settings to decor and cakes are no exception. Metallics are very versatile, so they can pair up with just about any wedding style.
Creme Cupcake + Dessert, Photo by Morgan Taylor Photography
Classic Tiered Cake
You can't go wrong with a classic tiered cake with textured buttercreams. Tiered cakes are still the most popular choice for weddings — even if couples are becoming more creative with the design or personal touches.
Almost Naked Cake
Naked to almost naked, this rustic-style confection focuses on the cake. It provides a blank canvas for some creative decoration, many times they’re accented with fresh flowers, succulents, or decadent metallic flecks.
Marble & Metallic Cake
We knew that it was only time before we saw the modern, marble decor trend appearing on a wedding cake. For added glamour accent with metallic flakes and fresh flowers.
Big bundts, small bundts or itty bitty bundts, we love them all! Dusted, iced, topped with pretty florals, there’s a bundt for everyone.