01/50: Rose tiers
Layer after layer of roses to separate each of these four semi-naked tiers.
Credit: Photography by avery
Incredible birds of paradise flower to spice up this simple white wedding cake.
Credit: Gingerale photography
03/50: Peony pink
Pink peonies cover this stunning white textured buttercream cake.
Credit: Cape cod celebrations
The simplicity of this white textured cake is complemented by the greenery that wraps around each and every tier.
Credit: J. Harper Photography
The gradients of this blue ombre wedding cake is accompanied by blush floral accents.
Credit: Jessica petterson photography
06/50: Cherry Blossoms
A sprig of cherry blossoms to enhance the elegance of this wedding cake.
Credit: Daria Lorman Photography
07/50: Something Blue
This couple’s something blue came from their three-tiered wedding cake with spotted sugar flowers.
Credit: Cipriano Palmer photography
08/50: botanical wedding cake
This cakes botanical garden feel is everything. From the faded teal background to the immense floral accents.
Credit: Cynz Cakes
09/50: Gold Leaves
A simple four-tiered white cake is enlivened by these gold floral highlights.
Credit: Samantha Leigh Studios
10/50: one-tier wedding cake
There is something so special and elegant about a one-tiered wedding cake.
Credit: hannah cooper photography
11/50: totally teal
Nature inspired teal wedding cake topped with gold macarons and flakes.
Credit: Angie and marko photography
12/50: dark and dramatic
The contrast between the deep dark colors and the lively florals is something so special.
Credit: John barwood photography
13/50: White on white
The simplicity of a white on white wedding cake gives such a modern and elegant feel.
Credit: whitney hunt photography
A semi-naked wedding cake on top of a gold platter with ferns to display a rustic and woodsy ambience.
Credit: J. Harper Photography
15/50: Beautiful beige
A beige marble three-tiered cake piled with white and blush florals.
Credit: Ulviyya Mammadova photography
16/50: Statement tier
Nothing quite like a statement tier to incorporate a pop of color in your wedding cake.
Credit: Michelle boyd studio
17/50: Floral base
Set your style wedding cake atop a floral base for sheer elegant look.
Credit: Rustic white photography
18/50: Cheese wheels
Want something a little more unique? Try a cheese alternative filled with figs, grapes, and any cheese you want!
Credit: Cassandra Lane photography
19/50: Doughnut stack
Cheese wheel not your style? Try a dessert of doughnut stack and fill it with your favorite dessert!
Credit: Louisa Jones photography
20/50: Dried floral accents
A semi-naked cake with undertones of burnt orange and yellow add the perfect touch for a rustic cake.
Credit: North country cakes
21/50: Marble effect
A four-tiered wedding cake with a grey and white marbled effect.
Credit: Samm blake photography
Planner: Jaclyn Watson Events
22/50: Dessert stack
Can’t decide your favorite dessert? Pick them all and turn it into the coolest modern wedding cake.
CREDIT: ERIKA ELLIS PHOTOGRAPHY
23/50: orchid wedding cake
Fresh white orchids to top off this pink ombre cake with rose gold foil accents.
Credit: sweet bakes
24/50: Bird of paradise flower
This bird of paradise wedding cake emits the best tropical vibe.
Credit: soul photography
25/50: Naked wedding cake
Why not expose the beauty of each and every layer? Topped with gorgeous colorful roses and dahlias.
Credit: maytree photography
26/50: Nearly naked wedding cake
A simple nearly-naked rustic wedding cake atop a slab of wood with classic white roses.
Credit: Kendall and Will 2016
27/50: Pressed flower
A simple two-tiered white cake with a unique twist of pressed wildflowers.
Credit: TSp Cakes
28/50: Textured details
The textured buttercream details take this traditional white cake up a notch.
Credit: Michelle lindsay photography
29/50: Spring yellow
Pastel colors are perfect for a spring wedding, and don’t forget to top them with seasonal flowers.
Credit: Loren Demarco photography
30/50: Drip cake
This raspberry jam dripping off the side of this chocolate based cake is everything.
Credit: Kirke Photography and erica o’brien cake design
31/50: Color block cake
Can’t pick a favorite pastel color, add them all and top it off with figs and florals.
Credit: J. Harper Photography
32/50: Copper cake
A copper tier base along with a classic white tier to balance the tones.
Credit: millie holoman photography
33/50: Splitting at the seams
Floral split cake filled with blush roses.
Credit: katch silva photography and chasing wang
34/50: Be fruitful
Delicious blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries line each tier.
Credit: Olga Hogan photography
35/50: Olive leaf accents
Olive leaf accents, a simple but stylish look that never goes out of style.
Credit: Jennifer Bowen photography
36/50: Pretty in pink
A subtle pink cake with gold foil to separate the two tiers.
Credit: Phoenix sweets
37/50: Bold topper
A custom wedding cake topper is unique to the couple and has special meaning.
Credit: becca and andrew
38/50: Ruffled wedding cake
A ruffled wedding cake is so versatile for any wedding style you have.
Credit: Simone and andrew
Think outside the box with this unique semi-naked square berry wedding cake.
Credit: Allison jeffers photography
40/50: Textured mauves
Romantic marbled mauve wedding cake with classic red roses.
Credit: Jamie rae photography
41/50: Rustic wedding cake
Incorporate rusty orange and reds along with dried florals to create the perfect rustic wedding cake.
Credit: emilee Carpenter photography
42/50: Neutral + earthy
A semi-naked three-tiered cake with faded orange and white roses.
Credit: JAG studios photography
43/50: Elegant emerald
A bold emerald green and white wedding cake with a gold ring and gold accents for a more modern feel.
Credit: Bayou rose photography
44/50: Cranberry cake
Cranberry accents are great for a fall or woodland themed wedding.
Credit: Carrie joy photography
45/50: Naked cake with jam filling
A naked wedding cake with jam and powdered sugar, where could you go wrong.
Credit: Leah Vis photography
46/50: Lavender and eucalyptus
Fresh lavender and eucalyptus wrapped around each simple white tier.
Credit: Holly clark photography
One trend that never dies it going old school, old thing made new through a wedding cake.
Credit: NATALIA ZAMARRIPA PHOTOGRAPHY
48/50: Watercolor cake
A simple three-tiered white wedding cake with burgundy watercolor accents and gold flakes.
Credit: Sweets by sam
49/50: Decadent chocolate
Think outside the box with a bold, rich, a delicious chocolate wedding cake.
Credit: pogo photo
50/50: Fresh fruit toppings
Keep things simple with a textured white wedding cake with figs, cherries, and blackberries to top it off.
Credit: simone and andrew