With a month full of cake, we have seen almost every type there is. Tall and short, iced and naked, floral-covered and basic, but today, we have one for the non-cake lovers out there. We know it’s been a big month of cake, but today? It’s all about delicious alternatives to the traditional wedding cake.
One of the trends I have been loving over the past few years is the delicious drip and drizzle wedding cake. Nothing seems to entice the tastebuds more than a buttery caramel or chocolate drizzle cascading over the layers of a beautiful cake. So what better cake to round up for The Cake Issue than
In our month of everything cake, we wanted to give a little ode to our most favourite of alternatives the cheese wheel wedding cake.As avid cheese fiends, we completely understand that sometimes sweetness just isn’t for everyone and sometimes, all you want and need is a great piece of amazing cheese. I have to admit,
The irony that one of the biggest cake roundups of The Cake Issue is the one about minimal wedding cakes is definitely not lost on me, but it seems Aussies know how to do beautiful, minimal styling well.I have learnt through all the take of minimal over the past few years, that it really is
Did you hear the news? It’s Cake Month over on Polka Dot Wisdom and so, as a nod to everything delicious, we’ll be packing every Polka blog FULL of cakey goodness all through the month! We’re kicking it off on Polka Dot Bride today with a roundup of beautiful hand-painted wedding cakes. From stunning watercolour
We had the most marvellous cakes on Polka Dot Bride this year. From stunning metallic numbers to cakes inspired by every kind of setting, from the simple and homemade to the grand and luxe; click on through to see some of our favourite creative wedding cakes of 2017!
Give any of the Polka Dot Bride team cake and we’re sure to break out the champagne in celebration, so when the lovely Miss Ladybird Cakes sent through this shoot of her gorgeous cake creations captured by Samara Clifford, we couldn’t help but toast with mid-morning bubbles!The shoot of decadent lush wedding cakes, shows off
I am so excited to be rounding up inspiring wedding cakes of 2016 for you today. 2016 saw so many delicious cakes on Polka Dot Bride. From delicious naked cakes, bright flowers and colours, plenty of delicious drizzles and masterpieces from amazingly talented designers all over the world. Click on through to see our roundup!
Today we’re rounding up our favourite beautiful Summer wedding cakes from some of Australia’s best cake artists.With Summer comes beautiful cakes with fresh, delicious flavours that make magical desserts for your warmer weather celebration.Pineapples, mango and tropical fruit and berries feature heavily along with lighter, whiter cakes and of course, the ever popular naked cake
With Winter well and truly here, and our seasonal tradition of delicious wedding cake roundups (Spring Wedding Cakes and Summer Wedding Cakes). I knew it was well and truly time to embrace the delicious cake creations for the cooler months with a winter wedding cakes roundup!I asked some of our favourite Australian cake designers to
With another season, comes another roundup of beautiful wedding cakes! After the success of our Spring Wedding Cakes roundup, what better way to continue than with a roundup of Summer wedding cakes?We asked our favourite cake designers to show us what Summer means to them in a cake, and the results are delicious (and beautiful)
Cake by Cake InkWith Spring blooming all around us I sent the call out to our favourite cake artists – what does a Spring wedding cake look like to you? Naked cakes filled with butter cream and topped with fresh blooms, watercolour painted cakes, softly coloured sugar flowers, bright poppies – all showed up in
These gorgeous hand painted cake toppers from The First Snow caught my eye this week! What a pretty finishing touch to your wedding cake – a custom painted banner to pop into your cake?Designer Darah hand paints your names onto the topper before converting it to a digital file and printing the design on high
If there’s one thing I love about Instagram it’s getting lost in the incredible photos of creatives, which is how I discovered the incredible Nectar & Stone! Every day is a delight on the Nectar & Stone feed, image after image of beautifully crafted pyramid style chocolates in the most beautiful of colours. A “dessert
Photo by Rensche Mari via Southern WeddingsEven the thought of this is yummy! Fruit to use could be grapes – both purple and green, apricots, peaches, apples, pears, and figs. Think of varying the sizes of your fruit to add interest. Brush fruit all over with egg white and dip into fine grained sugar and