Best Of 2016: Wedding Cakes

We’re so excited to continue the Best Of 2016 series today! Come take a look at our picks for the best wedding cakes of the year! Each of these cake designs make a statement. Some are very classic cakes, while others favor a more romantic style and others still exude elegance. From naked cakes to multi-tiered designs covered in fondant, we know you’ll be inspired by these wedding cakes! Enjoy!


One: We adore this wedding cake design by Susie’s Cakes! The four-tier design is a beautiful blend of classic white cake and romantic floral embellishments. The textured tiers are an elegant mixture of horizontal stripes and swiss dots. The monogram is a subtle addition to the design that adds a personal touch. The real show stopper to this elegant cake design is that gorgeous floral cake topper and cascading embellishment that perfectly compliments the bridal party bouquets by  Blooming Gallery. So stunning! See more in this iconic Houston black tie wedding by The Tarnos.


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Two: This cake by Whole Foods, Wilmington is so classic! The three tiers are in a timeless white style with textured horizontal stripes that exude elegance. The white blooms and greenery add a hint of romance to the design, as well as the gold calligraphy cake topper. See more in this classic romantic wedding at Wrightsville Manor by Amy Allen Photography.



Three: This cake design is the very picture of a grand wedding cake! Designed by Heavenly Sweets, this incredible design features multiple tiers accented in stunning array of sugar flowers. This textured look exudes grand black tie taste! See more in this grand Indianapolis black tie wedding at the Crowne Plaza by The Siners Photography.



Four: This four tier cake by The Cake Zone exudes classic romance! We love the bright accent the red flowers lend to the look. The cascading greenery against the white icing is both elegant and romantic. With a silver calligraphy cake topper and an ornate gold cake stand, this wedding cake is absolutely stunning! See more in this elegant Florida wedding by Sunglow Photography.


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Five: This four-tier wedding cake is so beautiful! We love that each tier has its own elegant pattern. Sugar flower accents add even more texture to this rich looking cake. A typographic cake topper is the finishing touch to this classic design! See more in this elegant winter black tie wedding by We Are The Mitchells.



Six: This black and white patterned cake by Confection Perfection has such a sophisticated look! We love the contrast of the black damask pattern against the white tiers and the classic swiss dot patterned tiers that alternate. A stunning bow accent piece and a dramatic monogrammed cake topper finish this sophisticated design beautifully. See more in this stunning black tie villa wedding by Claire Diana Photography.


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Seven: This cake, designed by Dulce Desserts, is understated in its elegance! We adore the textured white tiers and floral accent pieces. The cake topper, a mixture of florals and calligraphy is wonderfully elegant. See more in this beautiful Nashville Hermitage Hotel wedding by Wild Cotton Photography.


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Eight: This charming naked cake design by Azucar Bakery is so lovely! The simple naked cake style paired with sweet floral accents has a vintage feeling that we love. It was a perfect fit for this charming vintage Colorado wedding by Melissa Jill Photography.



Nine: This four-tier wedding cake by Anne’s Cake Pan is full of gorgeous texture! We love the amazing sugar flowers; they hold a whimsical quality while still remaining elegant. The mix of horizontal and vertical textured stripes and subtle white-on-white pattern is perfect! See more in this romantic estate wedding by With Love & Embers.



Ten: This metallic cake design by Westchester Country Club is so elegant! We love the lace and cream rose accents. They give this wedding cake a perfectly classic look! See more in this elegant Westchester Country Club wedding by Greg Lewis Photography.


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