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Whoopie Pie Wedding Cake Tower

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I’m always on the lookout for non-traditional wedding cakes. I love the idea of serving something that isn’t cake like pancakes, rice krispie treats, or even doughnuts.

Right now there’s a fun fad in the world of desserts – whoopie pies! They’re a classic old school dessert and they’re also what makes up today’s featured wedding cake. Read More

 
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Stamp Wedding Cake

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Now here’s something you don’t see every day. A wedding cake adorned with a rainbow of British stamps.

This cake is my new favorite cake.

First, I love stamps. As much as I love all things technology, there is something to be said for “snail mail.”

I used to write to my pen pal (who just happens to live in England!) every few weeks when we were younger. I had boxes of letters, all with lovely British stamps. Read More

 
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Rice Krispie Treat Wedding Cake

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One of my favorite treats to whip up has to be Rice Krispie Treats – all ooey and gooey with extra marshmallows.

It’s an easy dessert to make and it’s guaranteed to please even the pickiest of dessert eaters.

So, how fun would it be to serve a Rice Krispie wedding cake? This has to be one of the best non-traditional wedding cake ideas I’ve seen. Read More

 
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Sprinkle Wedding Cake

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Wedding cakes with sprinkles seem to be all the rage lately and it’s easy to see why.

These cakes are so fun and whimsical – perfect for the happiest day ever!

But what if your wedding cake didn’t just have sprinkles on the outside? What if you also had them on the inside?

Now that’s genius. Read More

 
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Doughnut Wedding Cake

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Sometimes I crave doughnuts.

I’m talking about those fresh-from-the-bakery, crispy on the outside doughnuts that make you all warm and fuzzy inside.

And if you love doughnuts as much as I do, it would be so much fun to serve doughnuts as your wedding cake!

Talk about an unexpected cake! Read More

 
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Whimsical Chocolate Wedding Cake

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If I had the chance to do my wedding cake over, I’m pretty sure there would be chocolate involved. As in, I’d have an all chocolate wedding cake.

Because, chocolate.

I love the idea of bucking a trend – white wedding cakes – and serving something you really love. Like chocolate cake. Or at least cake with chocolate icing. Read More

 
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Patriotic Wedding Cake – Red, White, and Blue!

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I don’t know about you, but I’ve been glued to the television every night watching Team USA at the 2016 Olympic Games.

So that got me thinking about red, white, and blue wedding cakes – of course! – so my mission today was to find a patriotic-themed cake in honor of Team USA.

I think this cake fits that bill! 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

 
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Wedding Cake and Cupcakes

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I love the idea of serving cupcakes at a wedding reception.

They’re fun and functional. And everyone loves cupcakes!

But what if you want to serve cupcakes but still have a traditional wedding cake to cut too? Simple – serve both!

This is a fun concept – have a small, one tier wedding cake as the “main” cake – basically for the couple to cut – and then surround it by gorgeous cupcakes. Read More

 
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Wedding Cake with Sprinkles

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We’re halfway through summer and I’m still loving wedding cakes with sprinkles!

I don’t know what it is about these cakes – other than they are fun and whimsical and sometimes even elegant. And, they’re totally not what you think of when you think “wedding cakes.”

After all, sprinkles are the kind of thing you find on a child’s birthday cupcake.

But I am loving this trend and I hope it sticks around. Read More