Big Day Desserts

No celebration is complete without dessert. Enjoy a slice of sweet from a beautiful wedding cake.

Melissa’s Fine Pastries

472-8572
melissasfinepastries.com

This classic off-white fondant-wrapped cake with a touch of whimsy has six tiers including fondant ribbons, monogram and pearled quilting. It has a lemon poppy seed sponge with tangy lemon curd filling and is iced in white chocolate buttercream and wrapped in off-white vanilla fondant.
 


Baked Custom Cakes & Confectionaries

388-1682
bakednola@gmail.com
facebook.com/bakednola

This five-layered cake with light peach peonies is decorated in pale green mint, cream and gold colors with layered fondant stripes and buttons. The lemon cake with layers of raspberry mousse and fresh berries is covered in white chocolate Swiss meringue buttercream icing.


Pure Cake

5035 Freret St.
872-0065
purecakenola.com

This two-tiered cake has a vertical texture, mint fondant bands and a coral gum paste ranunculus flower. It is a chocolate cake filled with rich salted caramel and frosted with vanilla buttercream.


Dress up your cake even more with a cake stand from Fabulous Cake Stands by Nola B.
Find out more about the handcrafted designs by calling 512-6110 or by visiting nolabstyle.com.

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