11 Beautiful Wedding Cake Ideas
Sugar flowers in intense romantic tones together with luscious fruit in this confection by Winifred Kristé Cake look like something straight out of a painting
Set In Stone
Metallic painting and marbled fondant come together in this Crummb creation with a middle tier painted in edible gold, and sugar flowers in pink.
The fondant in Crummb’s “stone” cake was designed to look like stone tiles with embedded bits of pebble while flowers creep upwards in a poetic tale of strength and fragility.
Art of Zen
Made to suit a peach-and-gold wedding theme, this pale pink fondant cake from Crummb is topped with peony and Icelandic poppy sugar flowers in various shades of peach while gold touches lend opulence.
Inspired by Japanese ceramic bowls, the sides of this cake by Crummb are covered in triangular fondant pieces while flowers are kept pure white for visual impact.
“Flowers add a romantic touch to any cake, but instead of the common big floral dome cake-topper or the zigzag floral arrangement on the tiers, I prefer to go for a Japanese ikebana look with asymmetrical arrangements, and I add vines and twigs for more character”
—Teo Pau Lin, Crummb
Paint My Love
Inspired by an artwork, this unusual creation by Cupplets gets a life of its own with floral acrylic painting using buttercream. Bright-coloured blooms lend a whimsical touch.
Resembling a Malyarovaolga gown, this intricate beauty by Cupplets uses blush, dusty pink and nude hues in a cascade of hand-piped blooms.
Sometimes simplicity speaks loudest, like this creation by Winifred Kristé Cake with tiny white blossoms on a branch of metallic-tinted leaves that encircles the cake like a wreath.
Time To Dazzle
Made with precisely 9,999 edible sequins in the colour of the bride’s evening gown, this chocolate cake with Swiss meringue of Louis XIII and French vanilla by Mad About Sucre is topped with fondant roses that mirror her corsage.
Flight Of Fancy
Inspired by a couple’s first conversation— about the anemone flower—this Nepali Earl Grey cake by Mad About Sucre features anemones, each with four petals signifying the length of their courtship, and butterflies that spell happy ever after.
To mark a couple’s silver anniversary, Mad About Sucre handcrafted this fondant floral bouquet, a replica of the hand bouquet the husband had presented to his wife at their wedding. It now sits in their living room as a keepsake.
“Eight in 10 of our bespoke requests are for bouquet cakes. Instead of fresh flowers, consumers are asking for edible fondant flower bouquets which can be eaten or saved as keepsakes.
The upcoming seasons will see an evolution on the popular painted cakes, with big, bold floral paintings and intricate detailing”
—Eric Chan, Mad About Sucre