How to Add Some Color to Your Wedding Cake

Your wedding cake doesn’t have to be completely white. These bright cakes show your wedding day dessert can be just as sweet in your favorite color.


















The pale blue fondant with white present-style wrapping ribbons, bows, white piping dots and handmade white roses make this sweet treat stand out.
Cake by Sucré.



The pale yellow fondant embellished with hand-cut scalloped lace and bordered with a teardrop lace creates the perfect dessert.
Cake by Bittersweet Confections.



The four tiers of soft ombré fondant folds in pink to white. The use of the ruffled fantasy flower accent completes the look.
Cake by Sweet Ideas the Cake Shoppe.


 

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