If a traditional wedding cake isn’t your thing, cupcakes are a great solution. There are lots of fun and creative ways to display cupcakes at your wedding (most importantly, you can serve multiple flavours rather than having to decide on just one!). Take a gander at these original cupcake ideas to add some sugar and spice to your wedding day.
Creativity was the main ingredient found in all of the cakes at Bonnie Gordon’s Annual Cake Show this year. From classic and elegant to quirky and the fantastical, there was something for everyone. Wedding cakes are quickly becoming as much about the spectacle as the sweet, so it’s important that you and your groom take the time to think about how your wedding cake will stand out. We picked out our 10 favourite over-the-top unique and whimsical designs from this year’s show to help inspire your search for the ideal confection.
Taylar Morgan Hinchey and Neal Sherriff, November 5, 2011, Langley, British Columbia.
Photography courtesy of Danielle Dobson Photo with assistance by Marie Skerl (www.danielledobsonphoto.com).
Ceremony and reception location: Murrayville Hall
Dress: Pronovias from Blush Bridal
Groom’s tux: Le Chateau
Bridal party attire: ModCloth
Hair: Jazzmin Singer
Makeup: Joy Tymos
Music: DIY playlists by the bride and groom
Cake: Made by a friend of the bride and groom (Sarah Bucharski)
Caterer: Ritz Catering
Favours: Pins by Etsy and tree seedlings by Evergreen Memories
Flowers: DIY using silk flowers from Etsy and paper flowers made by maid of honour using music sheets
Stationery: Made and designed by the bride