winter 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
The temperature outside might be chilly, but that doesn’t mean your cake needs to be covered in icing!
Today’s featured cake is the perfect winter wedding cake in all its dark and dramatic glory!
I love the idea of chocolate wedding cakes – and even though I love chocolate icing, this rustic cake with minimal icing is lovely. Read More
If there’s one color I love to see on a wedding cake it is blue – specifically a light blue that was made famous by a particular jewelry company.
Today’s featured cake is that lovely shade of blue and the addition of a lace overlay piped onto the cake takes it to the next level for sure.
This cake is elegant and classic and it could also fill the role of “something blue” at the wedding. Read More
As much as I love the traditional white wedding cake, every now and then it’s nice to mix things up and think about non-traditional cakes.
The idea of a black frosted cake might seem odd to some but I think it’s a great idea for an elegant winter wedding.
A black and gold cake would be a bit too dramatic in the middle of summer. Read More
I love this time of year with all the Christmas trees and winter holiday decorations.
Everything is so pretty and festive, so your winter wedding cake should fit into the holiday theme!
Today’s featured cake is the perfect winter wedding cake. It features pinecones and berries with a stark white icing as the background. Read More
Red and white is one of my favorite color combinations. There is such a stark contrast between the two colors, I just can’t get enough of red and white.
Take today’s featured cake – featuring bright white icing and bright red fondant ribbons – it’s elegant and simple and quite perfect. Read More
Sometimes it’s nice to find a simple yet elegant wedding cake that would be perfect in any season.
Today’s cake is just that kind of cake.
I love the simplicity of the three-tiered cake adorned with Rainier cherries.
It isn’t fussy or over-the-top. It’s just pretty. And sometimes that’s all you need for a perfect wedding cake. Read More
I love simple wedding cakes.
And if that simple wedding cake happens to be a chocolate wedding cake that’s even better!
This one-tier chocolate cake would be ideal for a small, intimate reception.
Or it would be great if the bride and groom want to have their own cake while letting the guests enjoy a dessert bar filled with sweet treats like candy, cupcakes, or even mini cakes. Read More
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here so it seemed like a good day to find a green and red wedding cake!
I love this cake. It’s fun and modern and whimsical. And it would be great for a winter wedding.
The three-tiered cake features bright green icing one the top of the tiers which really makes the cake pop. Read More
Chocolate cakes as wedding cakes is a trend I can completely support.
I love the idea of serving up something nontraditional – like this dark chocolate wedding cake.
It’s so dramatic and unexpected which makes it perfect!
Of course a cake like this would be great at a winter wedding when it’s cold outside. Read More