Decadent wedding cakes offer much more than a sweet statement at a wedding. Thanks to the social media, wedding cake designers are turning these desserts to works of art. Instead of the traditional white icing, designers now use different colours and icing techniques. Realistic sugar flowers, hand coloured florals, rustic elements, ombre shades, ruffles and edible glitters to name a few.
Here are a few gorgeous wedding cakes that are totally out of this world.
Four-tiered wedding cake by Rosalind Miller, London. The cake comes with fondant icing and is decorated with dramatic deep Marsala, pinks and burgundy coloured edible florals.
Purple colour twin cakes featuring hand-coloured icing resembling watercolour splashes, by Rosewood Cakes, Glasgow. The cakes are embellished with edible gold foil painting and pastel colour florals.
Pillow-shaped multiple tiered opulent cake from Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium. The pillow-shaped cake is covered with buttercream icing and embellished with cream ruffles and roses.
This modernistic geometric cake is designed by Lima Cakes. The design incorporates marble textures in gold, rose gold, grey and black colours. The cake is topped with wafer paper flowers and edible gold branches.
A three-tiered rustic birch wedding cake designed by The Pastry Studio, US. The cake resembles white birch tree trunks and has been created using white chocolate fondant. It is then decorated using real flowers and edible branches.
A cake that reminds you of a cosmic universe, this three-tiered cake is designed by Amanda from Sugar Sugar Cake School. The cake uses watercolour texture painting technique on buttercream and decorated with waves made from wafer paper.
A beautiful pink and white ombre cake decorated using buttercream icing and combed to perfection by BitterSweet Pastry Shop.
Designed from Carries Cakes the cake is covered with fondant and then embellished with rock candy and gold foils to resemble a geode.