4 Wedding Cake Decoration Ideas for a Personalized Wedding

by Karina Leviani [[ 1515204000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in WEDDING IDEAS  

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Wedding cakes hold several important roles in a wedding celebration – delectable dessert, pretty decoration, as well as a symbol of fortune and good luck for the newlyweds. After deciding on the desired flavor and theme, don't forget to prepare a unique decoration as well! It might seem like a mundane detail, but a well-thought wedding cake decoration can be a personal touch that perfectly completes your cake. Slide through the slideshow below for ideas!

  • Fun Toppers

    If you’re a playful couple who loves to try something different, why not use these cute dolls as your wedding cake toppers? Other shapes like ice cream or animal figurines can be an interesting alternative as well.

  • Tropical Breeze

    A tropical-themed wedding is on the rise lately. To match with the theme, pick the suitable decorative element for your wedding cake. Even without flashy-colored flowers, this cake painted with palm leaves still looks on point, don’t you think?

  • Desert on Dessert

    Choosing a cactus- or succulent-shaped topper for your cake can imbue a thick bohemian and rustic feel. This concept is perfect for an intimate and casual outdoor wedding, that’s laid back and elegant at the same time.

  • Paint me a picture

    Hand-drawn illustrations are mainly identical with invitation designs, but who said you can’t apply it to your wedding cake as well? Decorating your wedding cake with an illustration of you and your partner is one idea you can try. Surely enough, your guests won’t forget it any time soon!

Which one of these ideas is your favorite? Tell us in the comments section below and don't forget to add your favorite images to the inspiration board. And if you want to see more articles like this, get a copy of Bridestory Magazine vol. 5 at bookstores near you!


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