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White Wedding Cake with Pastel Flowers

purple flowers cake

It’s been a while since we featured a wedding cake from Disney’s Fairytale Weddings and Honeymoons, so when I saw this cake I just had to share it!

My favorite aspect of this cake – the purple flowers. Sure there are also some pastel pink flowers in there but I am in love with the lilac roses!

I love wedding cakes with fresh flowers and when those flowers are roses I love it more. But when they’re purple (and pink) roses? It’s all over. I think this could be my new favorite wedding cake.

But let’s look past the beautiful roses in between the layers and let’s talk about the cakes. See those delicate “polka dots”? Well, look closer. Disney fans will recognize that the polka dots are actually tiny hidden Mickeys.

And each tier is accented by very sparkly rings around the bottom of the tiers. Add in that super sparkly monogram cake topper and you have the perfect cake for any season.

You could change the rose color to deep reds for winter, but I’m still a fan of the pastel hues. They could work in any season.

We found this gorgeous cake here.

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White One-Tier Wedding Cake

one tier cake

There’s something to be said for an elegant, one-tier wedding cake.

With a smaller cake there’s no muss, no fuss but the cake can still steal the show.

While I’m a fan of big, elegant and fancy wedding cakes I also like the smaller cakes.

Whether you’re hosting a small, intimate reception and you don’t need a big cake, or you’re planning on serving other desserts (cupcakes, a dessert bar, or maybe a cheese wedding cake) – a one-tier cake can be perfect for so many reasons.

I really like this one-tier cake. First, it’s an almost ‘naked’ cake with minimal frosting. Because as much as I like frosting, you don’t want to drown a one-tier cake in too much buttercream.

And second, it’s just pretty. The fresh white roses and greens give the cake an elegant vibe, while the thin layer of icing allows the dark hue of the cake to peek through. It’s picture perfect.

This is an ideal cake for your small, elegant reception.

We found this lovely cake here. It was created by Earth and Sugar.

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Wedding Cake with Apples and Figs

apple and fig cake

If there is one fruit that symbolizes fall it’s the apple.

Living in the Midwest, no fall season is complete without a visit to the apple orchard where you buy a bushel of apples, some apple cider, and maybe an apple pie or two.

And so when I found this wedding cake that uses apples as a decoration I just had to share it!

This is the perfect fall cake with the apples, figs, dark berries, and succulents as the only decorations.

I really love the simplicity of the square tiers and the icing that looks less-than-perfect. It gives the cake a very homemade look and  keeps it from being too fussy.

It would be the ideal centerpiece at your late fall wedding, especially if the wedding had a rustic vibe.

We found this wedding cake here.

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Tree Trunk Wedding Cake with Leaves

tree cake

The leaves are falling from the trees in earnest around here and I have to admit I’d prefer if the leaves stayed on the trees for a bit longer. Because we all know that once the leaves have fallen the snow takes over.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Today we’re talking about leaves. Bright colored fall leaves.

Just like the fondant leaves on this “tree trunk” wedding cake.

I just love the cool fall vibe of this cake.

The tiers are frosted with chocolate fondant to give them the tree trunk look – and really, who doesn’t love chocolate trees? And each tree trunk is decorated with brightly colored “maple” leaves made out of fondant. It’s fall perfection!

This cake would be the perfect centerpiece at your fall wedding.

We found this lovely fall wedding cake here. It was created by Sweet Sweets Cake Art.

 

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Orange Wedding Cake with Chocolate Flowers

orange cake

With Halloween only two days away I was searching for a wedding cake that would be the perfect centerpiece for an holiday wedding.

I think this orange and dark brown cake is the one.

After all, you can’t go wrong with a cake that features the best Halloween colors, right?

I love that the orange glow of this cake is more of a golden orange hue, rather than a pumpkin orange. Because really, a bright orange cake might scare your guests. And instead of orange-and-black this cake has dark chocolate brown flowers – that are actually made from chocolate!

Who needs trick-or-treating when you can eat chocolate flowers off a wedding cake?

This cake would be absolutely perfect at your late fall celebration.

We found this not-so-scary cake here. It was created by Sedona Cakes.

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Black and White Ribbon Wedding Cake

black and white ribbon cake

There’s just something about a black and white wedding cake that (subtly) screams glamour and elegance.

I’m a fan of the traditional white wedding cake – even though I do love cakes with pops of color too – but when the only color added is black it takes the cake to a whole new level of awesome.

I love this wedding cake. The tiers are iced to resemble lace – perhaps just like the lace in your wedding dress. And then each tier is embellished with a gorgeous and modern black and white fondant ribbon.

And if that wasn’t enough old school glamour, the fondant ribbons are accented with sparkly brooches. And yes, you can eat everything on the cake except the brooches.

This cake would be perfect at a formal reception any time of year.

We found this cake here. It was created by Classic Cakes and Cheesecakes.

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Wedding Cake with Roses and Berries

fall wedding cake with roses

Happy December!

As we tread lightly into the winter season, I want to hold on tightly to any remnant of fall even when it comes to fall-inspired wedding cakes.

Today’s cake evokes thoughts of late fall and early winter so it seemed perfect for the first day of December.

This three-tier cake features fluffy white icing and some gorgeous fresh flowers including a white dahlia and blush roses. The golden berries add that little pop of winter sparkle and make the cake perfect for both seasons.

Meanwhile the wintery greenery adds just a little bit of dark color to the cake giving it a true winter feeling. It’s like a lovely snowy cake adorned with wintery flowers and berries.

This cake would be beautiful at a late fall or early winter wedding. You could even personalize it by adding flowers that match your bouquet.

You can find this cake here. It was created by Elise Cakes.