Watercolour Wedding Cakes
Our latest obsession? Watercolour wedding cakes. These cakes are painted by hand to achieve a delicate effect by the touch of a brush on white fondant. If you’re into art, aesthetics or just the plain pretty then, a watercolour wedding cake could be a beautiful addition to your special day! We’re giving you a peak of our favourite themes from this trend to get you perfectly inspired!
We love this delicate pink ombre design from the Rosehip Bakery – particularly the fresh flower accents and the succulent topper!
Perfect for the vintage bride, this cake from Dovey Cake Design makes the most of china white and blue. The pattern reminds us of crockery, with a slight oriental twist! This would be such a pretty feature on a tea table complete with white lace cloth, roses, party guests dressed to the nines and personalised trinkets!
We love how the textured sweep of gold icing adds a glam touch to this otherwise minimalist cake, perfectly complimented by the gold leaves on top and the delicate floral decorations. This simple yet elegant design from Dovey Cake Design is perfect for the couple looking to make a subtle statement and showcase their artistic side.
Dark and stormy
We love this artistic take on a watercolour wedding cake from MurrayMe Cakes, who specialise in incredible hand-painted designs. This dark and stylish version of the London skyline is perfect for a couple tying the knot in the big city.
How incredible is the delicate wording on this inspiring design by NeviePie Cakes? This amazing pastel wedding cake features the poem ‘What is a marriage?’, but if you can find a baker skilled enough, you could have anything from the words to your first dance to your wedding vows painted on your cake.
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