15 Wedding Cakes Fit for Every Season
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Planning a wedding is stressful, to say the least. From the venuethe to the officiant, flowers, seating arrangements, music and more, it can quickly become overwhelming. However, we maintain that cake-tasting is a much-needed moment of levity and deliciousness in the process. Then comes the tricky — but still fun! — part: designing your dream dessert. To help you get started, take your cues from this bunch of sweet, sensational wonders.
Add some flair to your wedding cake with this beautiful, wispy design.
For the modern bride, consider a square cake for an angular, unique take on the traditional dessert.
This one is for all of our bohemian brides.
Now THIS is the cake of your maximalist, ethereal dreams.
We love this layered cake!
This press flowered cake is a stunning way to incorporate florals into your wedding desserts.
Pearls are a timeless wedding staple. Jazz up your cake with some of these stunning embellishments.
So simple yet so elegant.
We love the unique design of this cake. Perfect for any couples looking to save a piece for their one year anniversary!
Consider this a compromise between a pop of color and traditional white.
We simply cannot fathom how the top two tiers of this cake are floating like that, but wowza!
Who said a wedding cake has to be white? Candied blood orange is so much more original — and summery.
In lieu of flowers, consider sequins, pearls, sparkles, and other embellishments.
You had us at chocolate cake, but a waterfall of macarons and flowers really sealed the deal.
A mix of square and round tiers gives this cake some pizzazz.
For more wedding cake ideas and sweet inspiration, follow us on Pinterest!
This story was originally published on July 8, 2021 and has been updated with new reporting.
Photo Courtesy of Rachel Wakefield