Let’s eat some cake! We have gone through a pulled a few of our favorite wedding cakes to share with you. The above cake is from Cake by The Wedding Cake Shoppe in Toronto. Gold letters that spell love highlighted with hot pink. This cake is perfect for the whimsical bride who wants a dessert that is totally unique. It was also one of the prettiest Canada’s Prettiest CakesÂ on Wedding Bells.
Amelie’s cake painting class teaches crafty ladies like yourself how to hand painted fondant. Just like that pretty little cake below. It definitely has a shabby chic vibe to it.
Above, we have the cutest ruffled mint wedding cake with an adorable sparkle heart cake topper. You can see the entire cake table over at On To Baby. The cake was from Publix Bakery and was for Simply Bloom Photography, LLC gender reveal party, but we can definitely see this simply sweet wedding cake on your dessert table surrounded by peach and mint cupcakes. Way cute!
The below cake is fromÂ Jenna Rae Cakes. Hands down she has the cutest cake web site we have ever seen. Her work is on-trend and super cute, you will pretty much love everything she does. She will work with you to create your perfect ultra stylish cake. Do go and check out all of her super cute cakes here.Â Cake photographed by Tracey Kiansky Photography.
We are head over heels in love with the cake above from one of ourÂ favorite cake designers, Erica OBrien. We love the mix of the hip and happening chevron stripes with the classic florals. This wedding cake is so you … don’t you think? Photographed by Brooke Allison Photo.
For obvious reasons, we love the cake above with it’s whimsical banner and shades of peaches and oranges. Simple, elegant and whimsy all rolled into one. Designed by Lael Cakes a Brooklyn, NY based boutique bakery specializing in vegan and gluten-free cakes. There cakes are vibrantly colored with dyes extracted from the natural pigments of fruits and vegetables.Â Every sumptuous recipe and elegant design is thoughtfully crafted to thrill the pallet and the eye of each client. Photographed by Jen Huang.
The below cake is one of our favorites of the bunch, designed by Miso Bakes. Bonus, it is a diy project on Half Baked.Â Â Miso is a regular contributor on Half Baked and creates some magnificent pieces that we could only imagine attempting. Her paper flower wedding cake is pretty darn awesome and we would love to see a bride diy this one.
How pretty is the cake above? Designed by Central California’s Enjoy Cupcakes, who we have personally meet and had a chance to enjoy her lovely treats. We can honestly say they are just as tasty as they look. The above cake was photographed by Jose Villa.
We found the yellow cake below also fromÂ Half Baked. A great web site if you are looking for cake inspiration. We love how the yellow goes fromÂ from dark to light with a single peony bloom. It would be perfect at a vibrant rustic wedding created by Tessa of The Frosted Cake Shop located in Sacramento. Photographed by Chantel Elder of Eleakis & Elder Photography.
Both the above and below cakes are from Three Little Black Birds, who also make some incredible wedding cakes. Perfect for the bride looking for a little something different. You have to visit their site and check out the entire gallery, we are confident you are going to find something you love. The above cake has lovely words written on it and was photographed by Laura Murray Photography. We know how much you love purple, so we had to showcase the purple rose wedding cake below. Simple fun and so cute. By the way, Â you are can order online over at Three Little Black Birds. Ah beauty of the internet.
This final cake is fromÂ Nice Icing, located in The United Kingdom. The have a lovely selection of birds, bees and floral wedding cakes that we especially love. All of the cakes are dainty and elegant.Â We can already see you in your vintage tea length wedding gown and your groom in a classic tux cutting into this classically sweet wedding cake.