5 Hottest Wedding Cake Trends of 2017
Cake trends come and go, but most brides agree that choosing their cake is one of the more enjoyable parts of planning their wedding (hello cake tastings!). After all, your cake is so much more than an awkward photo session in the middle of your wedding.
Autumnal Wedding At Stone Barn Cotwolds With Bride In Jesus Peiro
Stylish Autumnal Wedding At Stone Barn Cotwolds With Bride In Jesus Peiro And Bridesmaids In Navy With Images From Samuel Docker Photography
17 Of The Most Festive Winter Wedding Cakes Ever
Today is December 21st, the Winter Solstice, so happy winter everyone! Every December we search for cakes that are perfect for winter weddings. We’ve rounded up the most gorgeous and unique cakes we could find from gold dusted berry topped cakes to blue and white cakes with “snow.” Scroll down to be inspired by this winter …
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This Alice in Wonderland themed Wedding Cake is so Epic, I can't believe it. This would be just too fabulous to eat
Cake decorating ideas from the experts
Frances Quinn shows how to create a showstopper cake from the M&S Victoria Sponge Cake with chocolate pine cones, edible soil and biscuit animals. Frances says you and your kids can create the biscuits together as a fun activity.
Winter Naked Wedding Cake Inspiration...
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From Flowers... to Cake
A lovely Winter White Wedding Cake, created by Erica O'Brien, featuring sugar peonies, roses, dusty miller, pine cones. Inspired by a winter bridal bouquet.
Robin Christmas Cake
The Hardy family Christmas cake which isn't a proper Christmas cake but a vanilla cake, soaked in Baileys with Baileys buttercream (actually, I lie, I used Aldi's cheap Irish Cream which is just as good, perhaps better). The design is based on a gorgeous little glittery pop-up Christmas card. The card is so lovely that I am going to keep it and bring it out every Christmas! I used the rather controversial 'non-toxic' glitter that the guys over on Cake Central get their knickers in a twist…