5 Alternative wedding cake ideas
Harry Potter themed cake
What better way to add a bit of fantasy and magic to your special day than having a Harry Potter themed wedding cake! The inclusion of ‘Always’ and the patronus’ of the special couple into the cake design adds a personal touch that is sure to enchant your guests! How amazing is this one by the super talented Mc G Cakes in Sligo.
Credit: Mc G Cakes
Not a fan of cake? Why not break with tradition in a serious way and have a mountain of donuts instead! Seriously impress your guests with donuts glazed in your wedding theme colours, or really go all the way with a donut wall! In the immortal words of Homer Simpson…”mmm….donuts…*drool*”
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If you and your partner are fans of leopard print, rock ‘n’ roll and all things retro, why not have a rockabilly themed cake? The inclusion of roses still keeps a somewhat traditional wedding element to the cake, adding tattoo motifs, vinyl records or wild leopard prints injects your personalities into the cake, and who wouldn’t want a cake centrepiece that drives all of your guests wild! (in a good way of course!) This cutie is the creation of Pow!Cake that in Dublin
If you’re having a boho chic wedding, or you’re a fan of minimalism , why not have a “naked” cake. Despite it’s name, this is not a cake that’ll make your granny blush! It’s a fuss free, sponge cake, decorated with fresh fruit and fresh flowers. This cake is perfect for those summer weddings and can be served as dessert after the meal.
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Whether you and your partner are going for a full on gothic/halloween/ Tim Burton theme, or just looking for a few gothic accents, you need a cake that reflects your dark, mysterious souls. Skulls, roses and rich colours just scream deep and eternal love, letting everyone know that it really is ‘Til Death Do You Part’. This stunning creation is made from moulded chocolate.