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9 White Wedding Cakes You’ll Love

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On a day for celebrating exciting new beginnings, a wedding cake is so much more than a delicious treat to accompany a glass of Champagne and a ‘toast’ to the bride and groom. It is a symbol of the sweet life to be shared between two soul mates and all of their loved ones.

Who wouldn’t enjoy an enormous – and delicious – slice of that?

But despite all it embodies, there are many decisions to be made when perfecting the recipe for a wedding cake that truly captures the bond between two newlyweds.

We know it can be hard handle to the heat in the bakery when it comes to sifting through flavours, decorations and colours, so we’ve taken away some of the pressure to let you get back to making more important decisions (like how many gifts you can cram onto the registry!).

We say there is no better way to represent the blank canvas ready to be painted by two sweethearts than with a classic white wedding cake.

Take a look at how some of our couples and talented cake artisans have put the cherry on top of their special day by adding a personal touch to tradition with these gorgeous cakes.

Wedding of Casey and Mark. Cake: Sweet Ideas, Airlie Beach. Brooke Miles Photography

Wedding of Casey and Mark. Cake: Sweet Ideas, Airlie Beach. Brooke Miles Photography

Could the blossoming and dazzling prospect of a new life together be captured more beautifully than with petals and diamonds?

Wedding of Lauren and Liam. Cake: Cake This, Cairns. Port Douglas Photography

Wedding of Lauren and Liam. Cake: Cake This, Cairns. Port Douglas Photography

Wedding of Hayley and Benjamin. Cakes: Sweet Melissa's Cake. Photo: DEC Creatives

Wedding of Hayley and Benjamin. Cakes: Sweet Melissa’s Cake. Photo: DEC Creatives

Cake toppers sing of tradition at all celebrations, but if subtlety is more in tune with your tastes, initial plaques are a perfect ‘nod’ to the classic fondant bride-and-groom figurines.

Deliberately Delicious celebrated newlyweds Corinne and Andrew with an elegantly detailed monogram that can be appreciated in awe, but is not distracting from the top-to-bottom beauty of this masterpiece.

Cake: Helen's Designer Cakes. Sophie Baker Photography

Cake: Helen’s Designer Cakes. Sophie Baker Photography

Nothing calls to the traditional ‘white wedding’ like textures and intricate design: think lace, embroidery or silken fabrics. Keeping your canvas consistent in colour will leave guests lost for words as they admire the careful detail of every layer.

Cake: Studio Cakes. Florido Weddings

Cake: Studio Cakes. Florido Weddings

Wedding of Josh and Tyleah. Cake: The Flour Girl. Brooke Adams Photography

Wedding of Josh and Tyleah. Cake: The Flour Girl. Brooke Adams Photography

But if you’re torn between tradition and today, you can always depend on mother nature’s timeless beauty to create colourful, scrumptious memories of the first day in your flourishing journey.

Whether you’re a planning a day of extravagance or simplicity, don’t underestimate the faithful and traditional white wedding cake to paint a thousand words about an everlasting bond between two soul mates.

Words by Jess Morman


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