white wedding cake
As much as I love an over-the-top wedding cake every now and then, I really like the simple and elegant wedding cake too.
Sometimes you don’t need a lot of stuff on the cake to make it gorgeous.
Take today’s cake for example. Read More
We’ve featured a lot of very bright and vibrant wedding cakes on this blog, but sometimes it’s nice to get back to basics.
And today that means an all-white wedding cake creation.
This all-white cake would work in all seasons and with any color scheme making it versatile and very elegant.
I love the simple satin ribbon around each tier of the cake and the white flowers add to the overall elegance of the cake. Read More
I have a serious sweet tooth and will admittedly eat just about any candy except for black licorice.
And so when I saw today’s wedding cake all decked out in different types of white candy I just had to share it with you!
We’ve showcased cakes here before that were embellished with jelly beans and other candies, but this all-white wedding cake is perfection. Read More
Since a good portion of the country is buried in white fluffy snow, it seemed appropriate to focus on an all-white wedding cake today.
Granted this cake is way prettier than any pile of snow – and it won’t make your toes cold either!
You know I’m a sucker for traditional all-white wedding cakes – call my old fashioned but I like traditional cakes. Sure a pop of color or a whimsical cake is good every now and then, but I like white cakes. Read More
Baby it’s cold outside!
So why not pick a cake for your winter wedding that reminds your guests of a warm – and very stylish – sweater?
OK, that doesn’t sound very intriguing does it? But just look at this beautiful all-white wedding cake and tell me it’s not stunning!
Aside from the whole all-white-cake vibe going on, just look at the design on this cake. It reminds me of one of those very cozy winter ski sweaters that are all the rage during the winter. Read More
As we cling to the last days of summer I wanted to showcase this cake because it reminds of an old fashioned summer fair.
This gorgeous two-tier wedding cake was created by our friends at Hockleys Cakes and they described it as typical English afternoon tea cake.
I love the elegant simplicity of the cake. The smooth white icing accented on each tier with small pearls lends an air of sophistication to the cake. The tiers are separated by white columns. Read More
I’ve been showcasing quite a few showstopping (and rather large) wedding cakes lately, so today I wanted to go smaller.
Much smaller. Like a two-tier wedding cake for a small wedding.
I love this cake wrapped with gold ribbon. It’s so pretty and elegant and if you’re planning a small wedding, you still need to have a gorgeous cake. Read More
Spring is finally in the air! Can you feel it? I certainly can.
And that’s why today I’m featuring a lovely yellow cake – because it reminds me of sunshine and spring and it has a warm and sunny feel to it.
Don’t you just love this gorgeous confection?
I’m not a huge fan of yellow, but this cake is subtle enough that the yellow icing isn’t garish or overly-bright.
It’s pretty and delicate and warm. Read More
In my quest to find a wedding cake that was both beautiful and brightly colored, I stumbled upon this lovely confection and just had to share it with you!
It reminds me of this rock candy wedding cake we featured a few years back but I think I like this yellow, sunny cake a little bit more, if only because the color reminds me of sunshine and spring and warm weather.
Admit it – you thought of sunshine as soon as you saw this cake, right? Read More
Here we are, a day before Thanksgiving and I wanted to find a cake that looked and felt like fall (despite the fact that it’s probably snowing in certain parts of the country).
I think this cake hits the mark.
I love the elegance and simplicity of the colors on the cake against the very white icing.
This four-tier cake is decorated with brown ribbon in between each tier, adding a dramatic flair to the overall look. But what really makes it a “fall” wedding cake are the cascading leaves and berries. Read More