Alpenglow Baking Company created two contrasting cakes in standout flavors—bourbon almond peach and hazelnut mocha—for a Pacific Northwest camp-themed wedding. The designs are united with coordinating blooms by Colibri Blooms.
Baked.’s two-tiered hexagonal beauty impresses with marbled fondant, gold edges and fresh florals.
Sift and Gather’s honey vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream wows with its personality- filled palette of soft blue and golden florals.
Now this is what we call a cake “moment.” The Sweet Side’s collection of cakes was created using different shapes and buttercream textures and accented with matching fresh blooms by florist Kaleb Norman James Design for a cohesive look.
Lady Grey Custom Cakes created this two-tiered confection for couples who, because of the pandemic, wanted the classic stacked look without extra servings of cake. The design is finished with hand-painted buttercream petals in white, with the slightest whisper of blush.
This uniquely proportioned cake by Honey Crumb Cake Studio is adorned with velvet-textured fondant in black and goldenseal. In an impressive display of technique and beauty, it is crowned with entirely handmade sugar and wafer-paper flowers.
Individual cakes by Alpenglow Baking Company feature delicate pink gum paste flowers and gold leaf, with each guest’s name piped on top in Swiss meringue buttercream.
Lady Grey Custom Cakes’ tall yet small cutting cake features hand-painted buttercream florals layered on top of bright strokes of color. A lush floral installation by Oak & Fig Floral surrounds the cake in complementary hues.