gray wedding cakes
While we’re huge fans of traditional wedding cake with flowers and cake toppers and all that jazz, we do love a dramatic, non-traditional cake.
Like today’s dark and dramatic cake with black icing.
This cake, featuring honeycomb design on the dark icing would be perfect for a winter wedding – or even an early spring wedding. Read More
OK so maybe you haven’t given much thought to a gray wedding cake – after all gray is usually synonymous with dreary things.
But it can actually be a stunning color on your cake when it’s done the right way.
This three-tier cake isn’t drab or depressing – the charcoal gray icing is dark and elegant and set off by colorful fruit, succulents, and gold leaves.
As much as I’m a fan of traditional wedding cakes when I see cakes that showcase ‘thinking outside the cake box’ design it’s exciting. And this charcoal gray cake is a new favorite. Read More
It’s that time of year again! No, not back to school or summer ending or fall beginning. It’s the time of year when I start looking for crazy and fabulous seasonal wedding cakes! And since I’m already finding TONS, I had to go ahead and give you a preview of the stash with today’s post – the Raven Wedding Cake.
This. Is. Read More
It’s one thing to see a cake which features details that prove that the cake artist is well-versed in the culinary arts. But it’s quite another when the baker also proves that she is an artist in the true sense of the word. Today’s featured cake shows just such a gift. We actually linked to this beautiful hand-painted cake by Dream Day Cakes of Gainesville, Florida, in our Let Them Eat Cake Round-Up last May, but it’s so special, we thought it deserved its own post.
Notice the details: both the tree on the bottom tier, as well as the branch that the bird cake toppers are “perched” on, were handpiped meticulously by baker and cake artist Yeni Monroy. Fred Read More
Remember just yesterday when I told you that Multiple Cakes was a trend to look for in 2012. Oh, I had this little beauty (beauties) up my sleeve when I wrote that post!
This Cake Trio takes the stacking away from the cake and separates them into three different cakes. I can’t say if there is any particular reason to do this other than pure aesthetics. The largest cake is a three tiered cake–however a bit smaller in size than “typical” wedding cakes. The cake is Read More