10 pin-worthy wedding cakes

Let’s continue our pin-worthy series, a few weeks ago we talked about bridal bouquets, and today it’s wedding cakes… Here’s is a roundup of the most beautiful cakes I have seen recently!
 

wedding cake with real flowers

Love Inspires Change and Lani Elias Fine Art Photography via Best Friends for Frosting

Size doesn’t matter. Smaller cakes look especially good as part of a dessert spread, and I am in love with real flowers as cake toppers!

simple white wedding cake

 2 Brides Photography via Belle & Chic

Classic and elegant: Nothing can top an all-white cake.

wedding cake with olive branches

 White Ribbon Boutique Events via Belle & Chic

A wedding cake adorned with olive branches and sprigs of lavender is Mediterranean perfection!

pastel wedding cake with crown topper

 Chelsey Boatwrightvia Ruffled

Vintage crowns are popular as cake toppers at the moment, and pastel-colored wedding cake will always be a showstopper!

gilded cake with blush bloom

When He Found Her via Wedding Sparrow

Another trend: Metallic cakes. This gilded one with the blush bloom might just be my favorite one from this collection.

nautical cake

 peaches & mint by Pia Clodi via Belle & Chic

A nautical cake that doesn’t look over-done, the minimalist design (white cake plus navy ribbon, marine rope and real flowers) keeps it elegant and festive. Love it.

cake with golden confetti

 Brosnan Photographic via Grey Likes Weddings

I said metallic cakes are en vogue, and golden confetti adds a touch of whimsy.

naked cake with strawberries and roses

 Nadia Meli via Zankyou

No icing or frosting, no fondant… naked cakes are light and pretty, especially when adorned with roses like this one here!

doughnut wedding cake Julia Wade Photography via Style Me Pretty

Let’s get creative – wedding cakes come in way more shapes and forms that you might imagine. And they don’t even have to be cakes as such, donut towers are a cute idea as well!

cheese wedding cake  

Orbie Pullen Photography and Christine Cater via Ruffled 

Talking about getting creative…. this last one is a “cheese cake” – literally. A great alternative if bride and groom don’t really have a sweet tooth and wouldn’t enjoy a big wedding cake.

 

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