Lace Wedding Cakes
Hello lovelies! We have a cute little wedding coming up soon, but first, here’s our weekly roundup. Actually, this post was going to be about a whole other cake trend, but when I asked myself what sort of cake I could see South African brides really going for in the next year, one answer immediately sprang to mind: lace. I mean, we love lace, right? Especially all you Cape Country Vintage brides. It’s a beautiful texture to add to a cake without having to go too bold – in fact it’s the perfect way to amp up a classic white cake. Not that you can’t do something more colourful, as you’ll see below – the base cake or the lace itself can be any number of colours. I think my absolute favourite look is the blush/nude cake with a white lace overlay, since it reminds me of the illusion/portrait back trend we’re seeing in dresses so much at the moment – so gorgeous! I’ve gathered up my Top 20 lace cakes – which is your favourite?
Image credits: Row 1 – Clary Pfeiffer Photography/Amy Beck Cake Design via Brides (left); Call Me Cupcake (right); Row 2 – Adam Barnes/Charm City Cakes via Wedding Chicks (left); Ron Ben-Israel via Martha Stewart Weddings (centre); Roxanne Floquet (right); Row 3 – via Belle the Magazine; Row 4 – Sweet & Saucy (left); Peggy Porschen via Wedding Magazine (right); Row 5 – Little Venice Cake Company (left); Sedona Bride Photographers/Sedona Cake Couture via Style Me Pretty (right); Row 6 – The Cake Girls via Real Simple; Row 7 – Sang Ann via Martha Stewart Weddings (left); via The Knot (centre); Michael & Anna Costa/Sweet & Saucy Shop via Style Me Pretty (right); Row 8 – Simply Bloom/Chocolate Pink via Design Sponge (left); Little Venice Cake Company via Wedding Magazine (right); Row 9 – Nick Tucker/Peggy Porschen via Love My Dress (left); Sweet & Saucy (right); Row 10 – Mike Colon/Vanilla Bakeshop via Wedding Chicks (left); Nobu Yamaguchi/The Cake Parlour via Wedding Chicks (right).