floral wedding cake
My favorite color is purple but oddly enough I didn’t use the color in my wedding.
Which might be why I love to see purple showcased in weddings whether we’re talking flowers, dresses, or even the wedding cake.
I love this cake not only because it’s purple but also because it is fun and whimsical and would be perfect for a late spring, early summer wedding. Read More
Spring is in the air!
Yes, it’s true! The first day of spring is this tomorrow and therefore I’m focusing on all things pretty and floral and springy.
Just like this beautiful wedding cake adorned with balls of flowers.
This gorgeous contemporary wedding cake – called the ‘Marlborough’ – is another incredible creation from our friends at Hockleys Cakes in the United Kingdom.
I am in love with this cake. It’s so pretty and delicate and just downright gorgeous that I can’t imagine wanting to cut into it, no matter how delicious it is! Read More
As much as I love the trend of colorful cakes that are anything but traditional, sometimes I like to go back to the basics and find a lovely white wedding cake with minimal embellishments.
Today, that is this white wedding cake adorned with fresh orchids.
What I love most about this cake is the simplicity of the design. Read More
As I continue to dream about warmer weather, today I’m sharing a strawberry wedding cake with you.
Of course we all know that strawberries are a summer fruit – if you’re from the northern half of the country, at least – but it’s never too early to start thinking about your summer wedding.
I love the whimsy and simple charm of this cake. It makes me happy just looking at it. Read More
Earlier this week I featured a non-traditional chocolate cake that was stunning but certainly less-than-formal.
Today we're going in a different direction with this very beautiful and very formal white rose wedding cake.
The rose is the ultimate romance flower and the white rose signifies purity and and love. Which makes it the perfect flower to use on your wedding cake. Read More
It's Friday again and that means we're heading back in time to check out another fabulous celebrity wedding cake.
This week's cake is a towering creation, but it's also very beautiful and floral.
When actress Marcia Cross (Desperate Housewives) married Tom Mahoney in 2006, she reportedly invited some friends to a cake tasting to help her choose the cake flavors. This is a genius idea, although my husband was more than happy to be part of our cake tasting. Read More
When I saw this cake I instantly adored it, probably because it evokes a little bit of The Great Gatsby vibe with the elegant cake topper and diamond brooch decoration. It's just classically beautiful and elegant.
This four-tiered cake was created for the celebrity wedding of former Survivor contestant Stephenie LaGrossa and Major League Baseball pitcher Kyle Kendrick. Their wedding took place in California in November 2010. Read More
We all know that celebrity wedding cakes can sometimes be a bit over-the-top and audacious. But not this one. I love the shabby chic simpleness of Blake Lively’s wedding cake, which was part of her Martha Stewart-styled wedding to Hollywood heartthrob Ryan Reynolds last year.
The cake was the centerpiece of a dessert table that was full of the couple’s favorite sweet treats including mini strawberry shortcakes, lemon meringue tartlets, and s’mores bars. Read More
I absolutely love daisies – they're such a cheerful flower! And as soon as I saw this cake, I fell in love with it because it's so cute and whimsical.
This cake would be perfect for a spring or summer wedding, especially if your color palette included pastels. I love that the flowers aren't just light pinks and purples, but also include the bright yellow, green, and blue. Those really makes the cake pop with color.
Imagine how amazing this cake would look at an outdoor wedding! And since daisies are the world's happiest flowers, you can't help but smile when you see it.
This cake was created by Charm City Cakes West. Check them out here.
It’s time for another wedding cake flashback, and this time it’s all about the eight-tier “traditional English fruit cake” served at the wedding of Prince William to Kate Middleton. (I always feel like I should call her Princess Kate, not “Kate Middleton”…I mean, I’m sure she’s changed her last name by now, right?)
Anyway, the first thing I want to know about this cake is Read More