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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Wedding Wednesday: Let Them Eat Cake!

My wedding cake was a disaster.  It was huge..big enough to serve 450.

It featured a waterfall, with plastic bridges and all, white butter cream frosting and yellow roses.  Unfortunately my color palette was ivory and peach. My bakery needed inspiration.  Here's some for you.
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Divine design. Oh how I love this masterpiece

(image via Wedding Style)

Pink and black color palette? This
Square cake has been encrusted with hand-painted macaroons and a sugar flower topper.

Match the cake to your dress. 
The Flora Abundance Cake matches a
Claire Pettibone Dress.

As seen in InStyle Magazine. 
Add a bold pop of color to your reception.

Sophisticated and perfect for a 
black and white wedding.

Can you imagine being served your own individual cake that looked like this?
Sweet Indulgence

Hand painted and heavenly! The Secret
Garden Cake is whimsical, botanical and dramatic all at the same time.
Nadia and Company

Perfect design for a Red Velvet Cake!

Like a Couture Bridal Gown.

(image via Wedding Style)

Marie Antoinette theme? Deep powder blue accented with rich gold details to mimic the ornate architecture of that time period.

Like spun gold.

Edible gold and white chocolate fondant create
the most elegant cake!

Consider a Cakescape. This one
in the spirit of 1930's "Style Modern"
Cake Opera

Hand drawn appliques by Jim Smeals.
from my own Pinterest board
Ceremony Chic

Something blue. Soft blue fondant with tone on tone design with sugar branches and birds. The
white roses add romance.
Cakes by Meg

Southern Magnolia
Trimmed with crystals and edible glitter. By Penny Stankiewicz 

What a happy cake! The Candy Ribbon 
Design is by the infamous 
Ron Ben Israel of New York.

If you're looking for elegance, this four-tiered taupe cake is a striking showpiece. 
A Swarovski crystal monogram tops the cake. 

(image via Wedding Style)

A fondant fantasy!

A tropical themed cake, 
perfect for a beach wedding

Petite and lovely! It's a cheesecake.

For more inspiration visit my "Ceremony Chic" 

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I think I'll go bake a cake now.
Which one is your favorite?

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