With Valentine's Day right around the corner, we feel like we are going to see quite a few pink cakes popping up. We rounded up a few of our favorite pink wedding cakes to share with you from bakers all over the world. That perfect slice of pink velvet cake with white chocolate ganache above was photographed by Rikki Snyder Photography.
Although the first cake on our list is not 100% pink, we could not resist showing it to you. Designed by Wild Orchid Baking Company and photographed by Mark Davidson Photography. Wild Orchid Baking Company actually is also the creator of Make Your Own Cake Flowers out of Fruit Leathers, one of our favorite do-it-yourself projects. Wild Orchid Baking Company is located on the coast of NH, serving NH, ME, MA & beyond. Beautiful & delicious works of cake art is their specialty!
We could not resist showing you one more rainbow cake. This time from Australian cake designer Blissfully Sweet. They Incorporated every color in the rainbow in this ocean inspired wedding cake. Such a lovely cake for a brightly colored beach-themed wedding. So pretty ... don't you think?
Allison Kelleher of AK Cake Design in Portland, Oregon created this tremendously gorgeous pink cherry blossom cake. As a sculptor turned baker, Allison strives to create beautiful cakes that taste amazing. She really enjoy the entire process from consultation to decoration and really does loves when it all comes together - the look, the scent, the taste - something lovely and delicious from pure, simple ingredients.
This pink swirls and red peonies stunner was designed and baked by The Couture Cakery. An incredibly cute cake boutique that bakes wedding cakes for the Central Pennsylvania area. Easily incorporate yellow and red into your color palette for the perfect spring time wedding cake.
The Pastry Studio located in Daytona Beach, Florida whipped up this exquisite Pink Ombre Ruffle Cake. So incredibly perfect for a soft and romantic wedding. Picture a lovely room with vintage white table cloths, milk glass bud vases filled with single stemmed peonies.
Our next favorite pink wedding cake is designed by UK baker Sugar Ruffles. She designed this particular cake around a Chanel Dress, incorporating the delicate branches and beautiful flowers as well as representing the fabric and frills of the dress. Sugar Ruffles loves to use fashion as inspiration for her cakes.
Sweet and Saucy Shop in Orange County, California created this super pretty wedding cake. This flawless cake in shades of pink and topped off with a gold heart was captured by Carlie of Gabriel Ryan Photographers.
The vintage inspired cake below was created by another cake designer Cotton and Crumbs. These crafty bakers specialize in creating beautiful bespoke cakes. So perfect for a vintage inspired tea party wedding with a color palette of soft pink and muted purples. We especially love the cupcake display below the cake.
Classic Cakes by Lori based out of Texas whipped up the above 5 tiered ombre ruffled wedding cake for Lindsay and Jonathon’s wedding captured by Kelly Hornberger. To add to their rustic country theme they used a tree stump for their wedding cake stand. A trend that we feel will continue on, and can be an affordable option if you happen to know someone with a chain saw.
Cake Avenue designed this stunning white and pink wedding cake adorned with romantic sugar flowers, including Peonies, David Austin Sugar Roses, berriers, buds, leaves and tendrils. Finished with an elegant lace trim for a vintage feel. A cake like this would serve 160 coffee portions. Cake Avenue is based in Sydney (Australia), and delivers their cakes to the Blue Mountains and up to Lithgow. The above cake was photographed by 3.2.1 Photography.
Sweet On Cake designed this regal pink and gold wedding cake. Ideal for a wedding fit for a prince and his princess. Sweet On Cake bakes delicious and stunning cakes for the Napa, CA, San Francisco Bay Area and Wine Country. The below cake was captured by Jennifer Skog Photography. This also wraps up our favorite pink wedding cakes so far. Which one is your favorite?