Chocolate Wedding Cakes
Chocolate. Say it with me. CHOCOLATE. Who doesn’t love chocolate? In the U.S., most wedding cakes, until recent years, were drab, white, and practically flavorless. Just sweet and more sweet. But more and more, we’re seeing different flavors, and different combinations. And not to be left out, chocolate is a flavor in the forefront. A couple may choose plain chocolate, but more often than not, we see variations on the theme – mocha, chocolate espresso, red velvet. But should a couple cling steadfast to tradition, they can always relegate the chocolate to the groom’s cake. Often a foil to the white, statuesque, center-stage wedding cake, a groom’s cake is often whimsical, and frequently expresses some quirky aspect of the groom’s or couple’s personality. Sometimes the flavors vary, but quite often, the groom’s cake is – you guessed it – chocolate. Dark to the wedding cake’s light. Rich to the wedding cake’s austere. The perfect yin and yang, the perfect foil, the perfect complement. If your couple-heart lies in the direction of chocolate – go for it! It’s your wedding, after all.
We’re huge fans of chocolate cake here at A Wedding Cake Blog. We looove chocolate cake and we also love the idea of a chocolate wedding cake.
It’s so fun and somewhat non-traditional to serve a chocolate wedding cake. (We’re talking all chocolate, not just a tier or two).
And this nearly-naked chocolate cake with a rustic vibe is a perfect cake for your early spring wedding. Read More
It’s been a really long time since we’ve showcased a cake that could pass as a groom’s cake.
But today we have a perfect groom’s cake!
This naked chocolate stout cake would be the ideal cake for the groom. (Of course it would also work as a non-traditional wedding cake, but we really like the idea of a groom’s cake). Read More
Happy New Year! As we head right into 2017, now is a perfect time to make a resolution to have a spectacular and unique wedding cake on your big day.
Take today’s cake.
It’s chocolate. And it’s a naked cake. But look at the scalloped icing between the tiers. Good gravy that’s gorgeous! 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
The Halloween decorations are down and now it’s time to think about all things rustic and fall-like!
To celebrate the beauty that is fall, it only seems appropriate to highlight a gorgeous and rustic fall wedding cake that incorporates a lot of fall into its look.
I love the bark-like look of the top tiers of this cake – it gives the cake a nice rustic vibe without being too harsh. Read More
If I had the chance to do my wedding cake over, I’m pretty sure there would be chocolate involved. As in, I’d have an all chocolate wedding cake.
I love the idea of bucking a trend – white wedding cakes – and serving something you really love. Like chocolate cake. Or at least cake with chocolate icing. Read More
We’re still celebrating the start of fall over here, so it seems like a good day to showcase another stunning fall-inspired wedding cake.
While the jury is still out on the whole “naked wedding cake” trend (since we do love frosting), this naked chocolate cake with the golden center tier is stunning. Read More
Can you feel it? Fall is almost here!
And that means it is time to start talking about dark and dramatic – and in today’s case – chocolate wedding cakes!
I love the dramatic look of today’s cake – a tower of dark chocolate icing adorned with a few white flower details.
It’s the perfect cake for a fall wedding. Read More
It’s that time of year again – when I am finally over summer and just want it to be fall.
I need cooler temperatures, warm sweaters, and pumpkin spice everything. A chocolate cake would be nice too!
I love the idea of having a chocolate cake as your wedding cake. It’s so non-traditional – even if I keep seeing it mentioned on wedding websites. Read More