For a couple who loves all things aquatic, Events of Distinction dreams up a Zen-style cake with a water droplet motif. Cake by Fleur de Lisa Cakes. Photo by Sherman Chu.
This colorful cake features a perky palette of the bride’s favorite hot pink, the groom’s favorite orange, both grounded with their favorite dessert flavor--chocolate. Wedding by Events of Distinction, cake by Fleur de Lisa Cakes, photo by Sherman Chu.
Inspired by the couple’s Chinese heritage, this cake was designed to emulate the popular blue and white patterns that appear on fine Chinese porcelain vessels. Wedding by Events of Distinction, cake design by Four Seasons San Francisco, photo by Kevin Chin.
'The Spice of Life' was the theme for this wedding, which was designed around the couple’s gourmet tastes. Wedding by Events of Distinction, cake by Elegant Cheese Cakes, photo by Wendy Maclaurin Richardson.
This contemporary Asian-styled cake features a festive floral display and a base constructed with a bamboo leaf wrapping and horsetail border. Wedding by Events of Distinction, cake by Beaux Gateaux, photo by Kevin Chin.
This cake design used an applique of a hand-cut damask pattern, made of sugar paste and applied to the side of the cake on top of the fondant finish.Wedding by Events of Distinction, cake by Fleur de Lisa Cakes, photo by Kevin Chin.
From Frank Event Design, an utterly elegant white-on-white cake. Photo by Riverbend Studio.
When white just isn't right, Frank Event Design dreams up this vibrant orange and purple cake. Photo by Kevin Weinstein.
For this elegant wedding, Frank Event Design keyed on the wedding china to inspire the look of the cake. Photo by Garbo Productions.
An art deco cake from Frank Event Design. Photo by Gerber + Scarpelli.
Gorgeous green cakes from Frank Event Design. Photo by Garbo Productions.
A detail from the bride's stunning Vera Wang wedding gown inspired Frank Event Design ...
.... leading to this lovely cake. Photo by Garbo Productions.
A closer view.
Are those flowers really made of sugar? The answer is yes, when the work is from the masters at Maggie Austin Cake. Photo by Maggie Austin.
More magic from Maggie Austin Cake: ivory frills with 'peonies' and 'orchids.' Photo by Maggie Austin.
Green frills and 'birds' from Maggie Austin Cake. Photo by Maggie Austin.
It doesn't have to be big to be beautiful. From Maggie Austin Cake, a single tier cake with a 'rose' tower. Photo by Maggie Austin.
An amazing 'Tiffany pond lily' cake from Maggie Austin Cake. Photo by Maggie Austin.
For a fashion-stylist bride, Exquisite Events creates a cake inspired by Coco Chanel, complete with iconic 'quilting.' Photo by John Solano Photography.
Also from Exquisite Events, a cake for an 'Enchanted Forest' wedding. "We had it at the Hummingbird Nest Ranch and created an entire Enchanted Forest inside a tent for 500 guests complete with doves in cages and sounds of the forest," they say. Photo by John Solano Photography.
Not quite a wedding cake--and maybe even better--a cake celebrating a 25th anniversary from Exquisite Events. " We wanted lots of bling and edible Swarovski crystals on the cake to match the decor," they say. Photo by Megan Stark.
For a bridal shower, Exquisite Events works with Rosebud Cakes to create this cake covered with 100 edible butterflies for a butterfly-loving bride. Photo by John Solano.
A regal cake from Exquisite Events for a couple who requested "antique-looking pillows and boxes." Photo by John Solano.
For a couple married at the Bronx Zoo, the perfect cake with the perfect topper, from Nancy Swiezy Flowers and Events.
Who says a wedding cake has to be a cake? How about tower of cherry pies, from Nancy Swiezy.
Another sweet finale from Nancy Swiezy--a cake made entirely of Scottish shortbread.Do you have beautiful wedding cake images to share? Please let us know by sending an email--thank you!
They can be tiny or towering, pure white or a riot of color--all wedding cakes are beautiful, and here are some of our favorites.
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