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                        The Most Adorable Wedding Cakes in The World

                        Wedding cake is indispensable thing in the most import event of everyone. Although these cake designs depends on wedding themes or bride & groom’s hobbies, they are all  the Most Adorable Wedding Cakes in The World.


                        Chances are a black wedding cake isn’t what you had in mind for your big day but this dazzling confection will make you reconsider. Baker Julie Almond of Caketopia Cakes decorated the cake tiers in gradient shades of black and gold; a glittery topper and lustrous gold sugar give it a glam, Old Hollywood feel.


                        The abstract, ethereal watercolor stains of this confection, created by kneadtomake, were inspired by the bride’s watercolor-printed J.Crew heels. The dreamy hues were dry-brushed onto the fondant-covered tiers using powdered food coloring.


                        Inspired by a bright-yellow Mark Rothko painting, Allison Kelleher of AK Cake Design dreamed up this vibrant, modern confection that’s hand-painted with swashes of watercolor and edible flecks of gold.


                        For her cousin’s wedding in Seattle, Canadian pastry chef Christina McKenzie of The Cocoa Cakery baked the cake layers at home (the flavors: chocolate, vanilla, red velvet, and Aunt Harriet’s carrot cake — how sweet is that?) and brought them onto the plane as her carry-on. She assembled and decorated the cake the morning of the wedding, frosting the buttercream and adding fresh flowers and greenery to create this dreamy dessert.


                        A gilded laurel is such a striking accent to a simply frosted cake. For a wedding at historic Keswick Hall in Virginia, planned by Easton Events, baker Kathy Watkins of Favorite Cakes fashioned leaves from fondant and gum paste, then painted them with gold luster dust to match the laurel featured on the couple’s invitation.


                        Inspired by the couple’s modern art gallery setting (the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts), Zoë Lukas of Whipped Bakeshop created this three-tier confection featuring vanilla-buttermilk cake and passion fruit meringue buttercream and decorated with bright pink and gold brushstroke accents.


                        When Jennifer Prinz of City View Bakehouse was sketching ideas for her next cake, what came to mind was an image of a glamorous wedding gown with tiers of ruffles on the skirt. She transformed the sketch into reality: sugar poppies in shades of peach, gold, and ivory, subtle ruching, and layers of edible sugar ruffles cascading down the bottom tiers.


                        Elegant rows of fondant leaves on the bottom tiers, combined with sugar dogwood flowers, give this pretty cake from Layers Cake an elegant-yet-organic look; the copper centers of the blossoms add just a hint of glam.


                        Working with stationer Caroline Curtin McGah of Lovely Paper Things, cake designer Lindsey Stone of S’more Sweets Bakery transformed one of Caroline’s floral paintings into an edible work of art by printing it directly onto wafer paper


                        The couple’s favorite Tiffany lamp became the inspiration for this unique and vibrant wedding cake from Oakleaf Cakes Bake Shop. Each tier was hand-painted using an airbrushing technique to create the look of mosaic glass.


                        Peaches and cream is such a sweet yet sophisticated wedding palette, and this cake by Baked Custom Cakes completely proves our point. Thin strips of fondant, in pastel shades of champagne, peach, and coral pink, are carefully wrapped around each tier to create a crisp, pleated look. Inside, the confection featured layers of bourbon-soaked vanilla cake with fresh peach buttercream and raspberry jam.