Amazing wedding cakes – Inspiration

 

I came across some images of teeny, tiny wedding cakes this week and it inspired me to look for more wedding cakes with a difference.  Wherever possible I have linked back to the original baker/designer, if you see your cake on here and I haven’t linked back to you, then contact me and Ill amend it.

Enjoy!

 

This amazing tiny rainbow cake was created by food artist Jessica Hlavac.  Have a look at her blog full of tiny food, unbelievably cute.

 

So from the smallest cake to the largest wedding cake in the world (apparently!) Made by Pastry Chef, Lynn Mansel and a team of 57, the cake weighs 15, 032 pounds and is 17 feet tall, the cake team baked 700 sheet cakes and put them all together to build the giant cake.

 

Ohhhh I love this Mario cake, created by Verusca Walker.

 


This Corpse Bride cake is by Pink Cake Box who specialise in custom wedding cakes.

 

This 1950′s inspired cake was made by Carrie Sellman.  I adore the modern blooms and the colours are beautiful.  To be fair, you’d be hard pushed to find anything less than amazing on Carrie’s blog – Half Baked.

 

I found these cakes on Pinterest and unfortunately can’t find who they are by.  I LOVE the simplicity of the cake teamed with the awesome toppers.  Thank you to Kirstin (awesome events lady!) who spotted this and pointed me towards this etsy shop by Potter and Butler where these gorgeous toppers are from.

 

Have a read of the 100 Layer Cake blog for a ‘how to’ on this cake!

 

Another Pinterest find, so no details Im afraid.  This cake is so elegant and beautiful.

 

I saw this awesome pork pie and cheese cake on Natural Wedding Company.  Image by Steve Gerrard with Emma Case via Rock My Wedding.

 

Now this bad boy has been doing the rounds for years but I felt I couldn’t post about awesome wedding cakes without including it.  There are no words….

 

You can see more wedding cake inspiration on our Pinterest  cake board.

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