ivory wedding cakes
When I’m looking for wedding cakes to share with you I’m always searching for that one cake that stops me in mid-scroll.
That cake that wows me from my computer screen. And today that cake is this one with the pretty pink flowers.
As we inch closer and closer to spring and the much-anticipated blooming of springtime I flowers I just had to find a cake that had lovely blooms as part of the decorating.
I love this cake for its simplicity and elegance. Read More
Roses are one of my favorite flowers to choose when you want to add fresh flowers on a wedding cake.
There are so many colors and varieties of roses which means you can use them year-round no matter the season.
If you’re planning a fall wedding you can think about using deep hued roses like Black Magic roses or even some lighter reds and orange colored roses like the ones used on this cake. Read More
I heart plaid. You know that, right?
Last night, I posted one of my favorite holiday pics of the kids and me in our little tartan Christmas aprons — gifts from my mom last year. I just love it, and it inspired me to look for a plaid cake to share with you today.
Turns out there are a surprising number of plaid cakes out there! Some frightful, and some lovely. Today, I went with this simple black and ivory three-tiered plaid cake. It's actually a birthday cake, but it would certainly make a lovely wedding or groom's cake. And while it's Read More
I wanted to show you this cake specifically because of the shape. The orchids are pretty, and the simple design is flawlessly executed, but what I really love is the shape.
So many brides and cake artists are looking to all kinds of embellishments to set their wedding cake apart, that sometimes we forget something as simple as the shape of the cake can make it unique. One of my very favorite cakes ever was featured in the cookbook Baking with Julia, and was made by Martha Stewart. It was such a simple cake really, ivory Read More