Looking for the ultimate cake designer to craft the wedding confection of your dreams? The above photo is from @paris.starn.
We’ve taken a sweet stroll down the aisle to create a carefully curated list of the most extraordinary and enchanting wedding cake brands and shops. Discover the artistry, creativity, and pure culinary magic that go into creating these edible masterpieces, all designed to make your special day even more memorable.
A wedding cake is not just a dessert; it’s a symbol of love, unity, and the sweet beginnings of a lifelong journey. Whether you’re planning an intimate ceremony or a grand celebration, the choice of the perfect wedding cake is a reflection of your unique love story.
Vege Mamma’s World
Photo credits: @vegemammma
Leaning into the eccentric, with Dr. Seuss behind the founder’s inspiration, Sydney-based “Vege Mamma” cakes are odd and uneven with a child-like jubilation that will have you reaching for more.
Photo credits: @yip.studio_
Yip.Studio is a Brooklyn-based cake company founded in 2019 by Amy Yip, known for their bespoke rock-shaped “carved” and “mossy” cakes and Asian-inspired flavors. The cakes are defined by their unique exploration of various rock textures and sculptural shapes, often adorned with fruits and meticulous arrangement of flowers.
Photo credits: @andrea.sham
Whimsical and aesthetically pleasing, Andrea Sham’s creations are the perfect example of “too good to eat.”
See more here: @andrea.sham
Photo credits: @ninetynin.e
99 is a haven for those who appreciate the artistry of cake design and the delightful taste of exquisite treats.
Good Good Cake
Photo credits: @good.good.cake
Good Good Cake is known for their signature elaborately decorated buttercream cakes where nostalgia and imagination collide to create the most enchanting and vintage-inspired confections.
Photo credits: @alanajonesmann
Alana is a designer/baker based in Los Angeles known for her intricately designed cakes and edible works of art.
The Gemini Bake
Photo credits: @thegeminibake
Created by artist Samantha Raye, The Gemini Bake utilizes forgotten techniques from the 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s to create unique pieces that bridge the gap between art and food. The Gemini Bake creates one of a kind in-store installations and experiences, developing a special method of creating incredible realistic, beautiful and durable prop cakes and desserts.
Photo credits: @fromlucienyc
From Lucie cakes are morsels of a still life painting, each delicately composed from a palette of flowers and carefully flavored icing sitting atop inspired choices from olive oil to earl grey cakes. With flavors rotating based on baker Lucie Franc de Ferriere’s farmers market discoveries, and each meticulously curated by her own hand, From Lucie provides individualized edible splendor.
Photo credits: @deaux_baker
Texan-based cake maker Pamela Thibodeaux’s creations are a treat to the eyes. Crafted to be a masterpiece that is sure to captivate your guests, Deaux Baker’s cakes can definitely bring a sense of wonder and joy to your special moments.
See more here: @deaux_baker
Bakes by Her
Photo credits: @bakesbyher
Bakes by Her is a bespoke cake studio by Helena, located in Brunswick, Melbourne. The studio is focused on creating thoughtfully designed, beautiful, and delicious cakes for all occasions.
Photo credits: @picnicbakedgoods
Born out of a deep love for feeding people, PICNIC’s approach to desserts is an equal emphasis on balanced flavors and aesthetics and finish.
Photo credits: @butter.au
Using premium ingredients and unique flavor combinations, Butter designs beautiful cakes in the Hunter Valley and Newcastle for weddings and everything worth celebrating.
Gigi’s Little Kitchen
Photo credits: @gigislittlekitchen
Gigi creates custom vegan and dairy-free cakes in her home kitchen in Brooklyn, NY. For Gigi, cakes are collaborative experiments between her and her customers – bringing their vision to life in the most enchanting way.
Photo credits: @ibakemistakes
ibakemistakes is a one-woman bakery founded by Kassie Mendieta in Los Angeles, CA whose approach to cake decorating is non-conventional, to say the least.
Cry Baby Cakes
Photo credits: @crybaby.cakes
Based in Toronto, Cry Baby Cakes is the brainchild of pastry chef Brooke Cowitz which specializes in stylish, unconventional confections.
See more here: @crybaby.cakes
Photo credits: @tablescapeluvr
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Photo credits: @cuhnja
Monika Varšavskaja whips up the most extraordinary creations you can imagine.
See more here: @cuhnja
Photo credits: @bonjour.bean
Camille of Bonjour Bean considers baking as a meditative, visceral, creative outlet that allows her to bake with love and intent.
Photo credits: @sluttycooking
Mia’s work is largely inspired by her cultural upbringing. As a first-generation American born to Lebanese and Moroccan immigrants, she saw food function as a binding agent that brought her closer to her familial roots. The food she cooks and the tables she creates are meant to evoke a sense of familiarity and comfort, drawing upon the playful whimsy of her early childhood.
Photo credits: @yungkombucha420
Using primarily seasonal ingredients, Aimee’s vegan cakes are truly one-of-a-kind and awe-inspiring.
Photo credits: @foodjars
Jamie’s culinary confections are a wonderful testament to their passion for both artistry and flavor.
Photo credits: @f.manson
Flora Manson creates cakes that transport you to a world of whimsy, elegance, and a touch of old-world charm.
See more here: @f.manson
Photo credits: @snarkybutdelish
Mal’s cakes are anything but ordinary, from unconventional designs to unique flavor combinations.
See more here: @snarkybutdelish
Photo credits: @paris.starn
Paris Starn redefines the art of cake-making, creating unconventional masterpieces that challenge the boundaries of traditional confections.
Photo credits from left to right: 1. PHOTOGRAPHER: @couplet.photo 2. Photographer @adrianamoraisphotography 2nd shooter @unseoutrosweddings 3. Flavour: Sweet Lemon, Photo @adrianamoraisphotography 4. Fun & Colourful, Photographer @adrianamoraisphotography 2nd shooter @unseoutrosweddings Wedding planner @fernandamartinezevents Planner assistant @jessicapsaraiva Flowers @bosqueconcepts Cake design Inspired by @yip.studio_
Migalha Doce was born after Sandra, the brand’s cake designer, created a sweet food blog. Each cake Sandra creates is a work of edible art, meticulously designed to captivate the senses and ignite one’s imagination.
Fear the Feast
Photo credits: @fearthefeast
Fear the Feast is where the ordinary is left behind, and the extraordinary takes center stage. Each cake is a masterpiece that can truly elevate your celebrations to new heights.
See more here: @fearthefeast
Fig and Salt
Photo credits: @figandsalt
Cass’s (affectionately known as Figgy) signature cakes speak for themselves with their simple yet memorable aesthetic. Guests have been known to rave about the flavor of her cakes and the abundance of her spreads, long after an event’s finishing time.