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Summertime Rose Cake

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Ah, roses. These blooms are at the top of my favorite flowers list and I love finding wedding cakes that aren’t shy about showcasing roses!

Today’s cake is the perfect early summertime cake thanks to an abundance of roses and a gorgeous basket weave design in the icing. It really looks like a basket full of fresh flowers! Read More

 
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One Tier Cake with Roses

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Roses are one of my favorite flowers and I love finding wedding cakes adorned with them!

Which means today’s cake is one of my new favorites thanks to the addition of fresh roses AND icing that looks like roses!

This cake is small yet elegant and perfect if you’re planning a dessert table for your reception (or if you’re having a really small reception). Read More

 
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Spring Wedding Cake

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Spring has officially (finally) sprung!

The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and to celebrate all things spring, it seemed appropriate to showcase a lovely floral cake today.

I love this idea of this featured cake, because it also includes gorgeous cupcakes with pretty pink frosting and flowers! Read More

 
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Lace Wedding Cake

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Spring is definitely in the air and that has me thinking about spring-inspired wedding cakes!

Take today’s cake – it’s delicate and elegant and even has a lovely fresh flower for some added beauty.

I love the delicate and romantic floral lace design on the cake. Read More

 
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Spring Wedding Cake with Fresh Flowers

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Can you feel it? We’re getting SO close to the first day of spring! I want to celebrate with all kinds of fresh flowers!

Specifically, let’s celebrate with today’s gorgeous “naked” wedding cake topped with a huge bouquet of fresh flowers.

How lovely is this cake?

The single-tier vanilla cake with white icing is rather nondescript on its own. In fact without the flowers it would be kind of boring. Read More

 
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Blue and White Cake with Flowers

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We’re just a couple weeks away from the official start of spring so of course we’re thinking about all the lovely spring flowers that will soon be blooming!

Today’s cake reminds us of all things spring thanks to the lovely painted flowers on the middle tier and the use of sugar flowers.

This three-tier cake is stunning – the combination of blue and white on a wedding cake is a favorite here at A Wedding Cake Blog. Read More

 
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Black Wedding Cake with Cascading White Flowers

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It’s not secret that I’m a fan of dark and dramatic wedding cakes – especially those that use black icing.

That is such an unexpected choice for a wedding cake and it’s also perfect when you want to make a statement with your cake.

Of course a dark cake needs something bright to make it pop, and we love the addition of a cascade of bright white blooms. Read More

 
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Naked Vanilla Wedding Cake

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Happy day after Valentine’s Day! Since we’re all about celebrating all things loves, we’re still celebrating today.

And today’s featured cake is topped with hugs and kisses!

This simple yet elegant naked vanilla wedding cake is made even lovelier with the addition of the “xoxo” cake topper and a few bright blooms. Read More

 
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One-Tier Rose Wedding Cake

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I love roses. They’re one of my favorite blooms, especially when it comes to wedding flowers.

In fact, my wedding bouquet was made of roses and I used roses on my 8-tier wedding cake.

Today’s cake is a bit more simple – with just one tier – and much more rustic than my over-the-top early-2000’s cake. Read More

 
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Naked Bundt Cake with Flowers

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Ah, bundt cakes. The ubiquitous cake of the 1950s and 1960s.

They’re so retro that they’re cool again – just ask my mom. She loves to bake bundt cakes for family birthdays, complete with homemade chocolate drizzle.

Imagine having a bundt cake as your wedding cake – now that would be cool. Plus, they’re basically the original “naked” cake, with only a drizzle of frosting. Read More