Did Someone Say Cake?

Jennifer Prinz of City View Bakehouse was sketching ideas for her next cake, what came to mind was an image of a glamorous wedding gown with tiers of ruffles on the skirt. She transformed the sketch into reality: sugar poppies in shades of peach, gold, and ivory,
Jennifer Prinz of City View Bakehouse was sketching ideas for her next cake, what came to mind was an image of a glamorous wedding gown with tiers of ruffles on the skirt. She transformed the sketch into reality: sugar poppies in shades of peach, gold, and ivory,

We admit it, we love wedding cake…. & thanks to Brides we are showing you a glimpse at of the 50 Most Beautiful Wedding Cakes.  They reached out to the best cake designers in the country (as well as a few on other continents!) and asked them to share their favorite, most memorable wedding creations. Here are a few of our tops picks…..

Cake designers Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell hand painted a romantic floral pattern and added a graphic black-and-white stripe for a modern touch.
Cake designers Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell hand painted a romantic floral pattern and added a graphic black-and-white stripe for a modern touch.
Cake by Baked Custom Cakes -Thin strips of fondant, in pastel shades of champagne, peach, and coral pink, are carefully wrapped around each tier to create a crisp, pleated look.
Cake by Baked Custom Cakes -Thin strips of fondant, in pastel shades of champagne, peach, and coral pink, are carefully wrapped around each tier to create a crisp, pleated look.
Drawing inspiration from the bride's wedding gown, Melody Brandon of Sweet & Saucy Shop created this all-white cake featuring scalloped fondant lace and a cluster of white sugar flowers that matched her bridal bouquet.
Drawing inspiration from the bride’s wedding gown, Melody Brandon of Sweet & Saucy Shop created this all-white cake featuring scalloped fondant lace and a cluster of white sugar flowers that matched her bridal bouquet.
Gilded cake by Amber McKenney of Sweet on Cake, who applied gold disco dust (an edible glitter made for cake decorating) to the fondant-covered tiers, giving it a painterly brushstroke effect.
Gilded cake by Amber McKenney of Sweet on Cake, who applied gold disco dust (an edible glitter made for cake decorating) to the fondant-covered tiers, giving it a painterly brushstroke effect.
The hand-painted floral pattern and gumpaste blossoms on this taupe-and-gold confection from Sky's the Limit Cakes were inspired by 19th century china patterns.
The hand-painted floral pattern and gumpaste blossoms on this taupe-and-gold confection from Sky’s the Limit Cakes were inspired by 19th century china patterns.

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