Sensational styles of wedding cake that brides will love this year
26 Feb 2018
From chandelier cakes to doughnut towers, here are the trend-led styles of cake that couples across the country are requesting
Suspended in a tier arrangement, a chandelier cake is the perfect showstopper for couples who want to make a statement. Add jewels and pendants to the stand for an extra luxurious effect.
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All chandelier cakes by Gifted Heart Cakes
Inject vibrancy and personality into your cake with a colourful creation that features rainbow coloured sugar embellishments or freshly picked fruits and flowers.
Image: Gifted Heart Cakes (Cat Hepple Photography)
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A geode cake presents glamour and adds a touch of luxe, revealing a hidden treasure trove of dazzling crystal creations. Geode cakes allow the cakemaker's craftsmanship to do all the talking, delivering an instant conversation starter for your guests.
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Images: Sarah's Cakes by Design (Joseph Dart Photography)
Delectable drip marks provide character and texture to cakes, adding intended imperfection that offsets otherwise flawless perfection with flair. The drip design can be applied to semi-naked or fully iced cakes and an adornment of macarons, berries and floral sprigs add the finshing touch.
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Doughnut towers (and walls)
The sugary snack is still riding high as a wedding day treat and has even become popular as an alternative to the traditional cake. Stack as a tower or you could even opt for a doughnut wall as a different idea for your dessert table.
Image: Chelsea Buns
Echoing the trend for geometric décor, the soft and smooth curves of a circular cake are replaced with severe angles for a contemporary and dramatic effect. Soften with blooms that match your colour scheme and whimsical foliage for a striking result.
Image: Little A's Cakery
Pops of purple will never be more prevalent than in 2018, thanks to Pantone's Colour of the Year - Ultra Violet. Whether you're going all out purple with your colour scheme or just flirting with hints of the shade, your cake is the perfect way to do it.
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