The cake is the crown jewel of any wedding reception. Browse this collection of confections that are sure to amaze and inspire.
Amaretto Cream Wedding Cake
Inspired by ribbons and lace and reminiscent of fine china, this cake will be the focal point of your wedding reception. The cake layers are classic and generously coated with a sumptuous apricot glaze that complements the amaretto
batter and the buttercream frosting.
If you're planning a small wedding or an at-home reception, stack two layers to serve 25 guests. Stylist Cari South incorporated
an upside-down candy dish as the support between the layers. You can use an heirloom from your family or purchase a new one
as a keepsake.
Our Dogwood Blossom Cake is a melt-in-your mouth white cake with a smooth blackberry filling. From the fondant dogwood blossoms to the white satin frosting, this cake is clearly an
elegant centerpiece for springtime receptions.
Peach lovers will want to check out this colorful cake, which features peach filling sandwiched between yellow cake layers
and topped with Almond Cream Cheese Frosting and Crystallized Pansies. Though the recipe calls for orange, yellow, and white
pansies, you could choose other colors that coordinate better with your wedding.
Although groom's cakes are not traditionally served in all regions of the country, guests often appreciate having an alternative
to the traditional bride's cake. This version features a nutty pecan filling that guests are sure to love.
Bridesmaid Baby Cakes can be personalized with each attendant's initials. The batter is the same one used in the larger wedding
cake, but Jan baked the Poppy Seed Cake in a jellyroll pan and cut it into flower shapes. For a formal affair, use white-on-white
frosting or monochromatic hues. Experiment with contrasting colors for a casual look.
Feeding the first slice of cake symbolizes the bride and groom's commitment to each other. At that memorable moment, why not have a cake that looks beautiful AND tastes delicious? Fondant
Peach Blossoms with a blush add a breath of beauty and elegance to this Peaches-and-Cream Wedding Cake.
These small, tiered treats with 3-inch-round bases lend elegance to an intimate engagement party, tea, or dinner. The cake
was cut into three graduated circles with cutters. Jan then stacked the layers on a wire rack and coated them with Poured
Fondant to make about one dozen cakes.