Take your pick from these couples' wonderful wedding cakes
15 Jul 2019
We round up some of the best wedding cakes from the real weddings featured on bridemagazine.co.uk
Every couple will have their preferred style of wedding cake - from traditional tiers and naked varieties to cupcake towers and savoury creations, there is a cake out there for every bride and groom. Incorporate interest and inject personality with cake flavours and fillings to suit your tastebuds and add the cherry on top with a personalised cake topper. There are many ways you can make your wedding cake your own.
Offering you some food for thought, here are our top picks of wedding cakes featured in our online real weddings - each demonstrating how a cake can reflect your style of wedding while adding a personal touch.
This cake was made by the mother of the bride and featured three tiers with the couple as figurines in a Jacuzzi on top.
Taken from Michael Hughes and Joanne McCarthy's wedding in Wales.
This cake, which featured the couple's initials was made of three tiers – a vanilla sponge with raspberry compote and white chocolate centre, a lemon sponge and a red velvet top tier.
Taken from Danielle Galea and Oliver Torrance's Essex wedding. Cake by Enjoy Cakes and image by Neil Bailey
A lemon sponge with a lemon curd and lemon buttercream filling comprised this one tier cake. Silver macarons and purple and white flowers complemented the couple's colour scheme.
Taken from Siobhan Wood and Chris Jayes' DIY bohemian wedding. Cake by KS Mobile Tea Party and image by Sarita White Photography
This couple opted for three different festive-themed cakes.
Taken from Hillary Goldman and Devindra Singh's Christmas-themed wedding in Newmarket. Image by Will Fuller Photography
A luxurious five-tier ivory wedding cake, including a Victoria sponge bottom tier (the couple's favourite) and decorated with flowers. The cake was presented on a ghost table, on a bed of wisteria and orchids.
Taken from Palvi Makwana and Viran Pabari's ivory and gold Hampshire wedding. Cake by Asian Wedding Cakes and image by Anthony Chok Photography
A five-tier cheese tower served with crackers, chutney and fruit. To cater for guests' sweet tooth, the couple complemented their cake with a doughnut wall, sweet trolley, cupcake tower and biscuit tree.
Taken from Jessica Robinson and Tom Kirton's wedding in Durham. Image by Dan McCourt
When this couple couldn't decide on one cake flavour, they ended up with seven. Red velvet, carrot, lemon raspberry, chocolate peanut butter, strawberry, tiramisu and lemon blueberry were all on offer for guests to try.
Taken from Ashleigh Pitts and Ben Davies' barn wedding in Sussex. Cake by Hummingbird Bakery and image by Murray Clarke
A relaxed, country theme lent itself to this couple's chosen wedding cake style: a semi-naked, three-tiered carrot cake.
Taken from Heloise Backhouse and Ollie Cook's countryside wedding in Suffolk. Cake by Amelia's Kitchen and image by Jeremy James Wedding Photographer
A three-tier buttercream cake featuring a personalised 'Mr & Mrs' topper with the wedding date engraved as a beautiful keepsake. The top tier was fruit cake, the middle tier was chocolate with Oreo buttercream and the bottom tier was Victoria sponge.
Taken from Megan Day and Daniel Webb's simple autumnal wedding in Essex. Cake by Little Lucy's Bakery and image by Lavenham Photographic
This navy and silver cake matched the couple's wedding colour scheme and overall theme. Featuring a marble tier, flavours consisted of vanilla, chocolate, butterscotch and candyfloss.
Taken from Samantha Walker and Simon Prior's summer wedding in Durham. Cake by The Cake Place and image by David E Williams
Pretty in alternating pink and white, this four-tier cake featured tiers of fruit, raspberry ripple, lemon drizzle and classic sponge.
Taken from Jenny Tallett and Ben Wilkinson's dusky pink and rose gold wedding. Cake by Occasional Cakes and image by Scarlett Shellis Photography
Re-telling the couple's proposal story at Watergate Bay, North Cornwall, this beach-themed cake comprised tiers of red velvet, chocolate, mocha and amaretto.
Taken from Lucy Bunt and Samuel Cascarina's Italy meets Cornwall wedding. Cake by Sweet Thoughts Cake Design Cornwall and image by Alex Havko
A chandelier cake featuring fruit cake and vanilla sponge.
Taken from Lauren Bird-Newell and Robert Windebank's Hampshire wedding. Cake by The Cake Fairy and image by Martin Bell
Made by a colleague of the groom, this cake featured three tiers: Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle and chocolate layers, as well as an additional gluten/dairy free lemon cake for those with allergies. A buttercream coating, edible rose petals and an Easter bunny topper completed the look.
Taken from Gabriella Green and James McLaren's colourful Cotswold wedding. Image by Chris Greenwood
Catering for 110 guests, this simple white wedding cake featured a cascade of pink sugar roses.
Taken from Kirsty Loach and Adam Summerfield's Cheshire wedding. Cake by White Lace Cakes and image by Lesley Meredith
Sat atop a log slice, this coral drip cake with gold detailing perfectly complemented the couple's colour scheme and saw the florist and cake maker work together to achieve the finished result.
Taken from Carrieann Witt and Ricky Powell's summer wedding in Wiltshire. Cake by Clare’s CupCakery and image by Lemonade Pictures
Complementing the couple's colourful wedding theme, this three-tier cake featured alternating shades of pink, blue and yellow with a flamingo cake topper and rainbow cupcakes to match.
Taken from Laura Houghton and Jamie Blinkhorne's Warwickshire wedding. Cake by Daisyblue Bakehouse and image by Tom Calton Weddings