Wedding Cake Options we’re living for!
Let them eat cake!
No matter the size or style of your wedding, a wedding cake is always welcome. Even for those who aren’t big fans of cake or sweets (what?! those people exist), a cake is an added touch that can capture the spirit of the day and make the evening more delicoious and enjoyable.
Here are some wedding cake options and alternatives that we think are too good to ignore.
Semi-naked cakes, where the cake peaks out from behind uneven icing, have been all the rage these past few years with rustic weddings. But why go semi-naked when you could go full nude! We love these naked cake ideas, incuding a gorgeous multiflavor naked cake with succulent accents and a pink floral topsy turvy cake by the Australian bakery Cakes 2 Cupcakes.
Hidden Rainbow Cake
There have been so many great variations on the rainbow cake for LGBTQ+ weddings, and we especially love the pairing of this sleek and simple white fondant and gold trim cake with its surprise rainbow interior! Yum.
Olive Leaf Accents
Green outdoor inspired weddings have been hugely popular, and this olive leaf and lavender cake is to die for! It’s perfectly on brand for a simple wedding, and the cute bowtie caketopper ties is all together nicely.
While some couples are opting for the naked cake trend, for icing lovers worldwide it’s all about having fun with the cake’s sweet and creamy exterior. This Ombré iced cake in blue is a dream. I’m drooling just looking at it.
So you don’t like cake, no biggie. Swap the wedding cake for a macaroon tier and your guests will be just as happy. Macaroons are the new cupcakes and we’re living for it. A perfectly pastel macaroon tier featuring all the colors of the rainbow is perfect for any wedding.