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
Since we’re inching closer and closer to Christmas it seemed like a good time to feature a green wedding cake.
Today’s cake is a five-tier creation and it is elegant and gorgeous and it would be incredible at a black-tie reception.
While I’m not a huge fan of the color green, this cake grabbed my attention thanks to its unique hue. It’s more lime green than evergreen but the addition of the sugar hydrangeas makes it perfect. Read More
April showers bring May flowers and at the rate it’s raining around these parts there is going to be an explosion of beautiful blooms in a few weeks.
In fact, it might look a lot like today’s wedding cake – but that’s OK because I am loving this blooming springtime cake!
If you’re want a cake that screams SPRING!…this is that cake. Read More
Spring is in the air which means it is the perfect time to start sharing gorgeous spring-inspired wedding cakes.
Today’s cake is lovely and spring-y and adorned with flower petals. Sugar flower petals to be exact.
And we all know sugar flowers are better than real flowers because you can eat them. Read More
As much as I love seeing a wedding cake adorned with fresh flowers, there is something equally as gorgeous and elegant about sugar flowers.
Not only can sugar flower be beautiful but they’re also edible – which is a win-win in my book.
This cake is both elegant and modern. I love that the bottom tiers are square while the top half of the cake features round tiers. It gives the cake just enough of an “edge” without being too over-the-top modern. Read More
With Labor Day just around the corner, we’re all trying to hold on to the last weeks of summer.
And while the heat and humidity outside might make you doubt fall’s return in a few weeks, the calendar says it’s coming. So it’s time to transition into thinking about fall weddings and pumpkins and rustic wedding cakes.
Which brings us to today’s cake.
I love the rustic simplicity of this cake and think it would be ideal for that late summer/early fall wedding. Read More
As we inch ever closer to the last month of summer, I’m doing my best to keep a firm grip on the warm weather and flowers, because we all know fall is just around the corner.
That being said, I had to share this cake today because as soon as I saw it I was in love. With a cake.
At first glance you might think “wow, this is a busy cake”…and while you’d be right, I would argue that it’s busy in a good way. A really good way.
I love the stark white icing on the four-tiered cake. But what I love more are the brightly colored flowers that adorn the cake from top to bottom. Read More
I’m always on the lookout for totally unique and somewhat out-of-this-world wedding cakes.
Why? Because sometimes that “traditional” wedding cake just won’t do it.
Which is why I’m head over heels for today’s cake. I present to you the “West End” cake from our friends at Hockleys Cakes over in the United Kingdom.
This stunning creation has so much going on, but it’s not overwhelming in any way. In fact, it all just works. Read More
As non-traditional wedding cakes go, this one … well, it takes the cake.
How much love do you have for this posey wedding cake? It’s rather amazing, don’t you think?
And for those of you wondering, a “posey” is a small flower bouquet. (Of course, right now I’m singing “a pocket full of posies” over and over in my head).
I am loving this pretty pink cake with hand-piped red roses. It’s so pretty and elegant.
And, believe it or not, this gorgeous and somewhat abstract wedding cake can be a DIY project.
That’s right! If you – or someone in your wedding party – is feeling particularly ambitious, this is a cake that you can create by following a few simple instructions.
I love this cake for a couple of reasons. Read More