The third installation of my wedding inspiration series. Check out my other posts on dresses and flowers.
So again, I'm drawn to focuses on flower, nature, minimalism. I think the big, fondant covered wedding cake isn't for me, and I'm really drawn to the "dessert table" option I've seen on a lot of wedding blogs. I think more and more people are choosing cupcakes and multiple pies over the classic, ninety-tiered, gazzilion dollar cake, and I have to say that I like that option much more.
Again, to each their own, but baking is a big part of mine and Ben's relationship and I'd almost prefer to bake the cakes ourselves or at least have a few different options of our favorite cakes and pies than just pick one flavor.
I think this is the most beautiful cake in the world. The waterfall of peonies! I want to die.
This cake is so beautiful it looked like it just emerged from Neverland or something. Just came right up out of the ground.
I don't know what this is, but I know I want to eat it.
It's like a desert, winter wedding cake all at the same time.
Like a cake for sand-fairies.
Though the glaze on that cake makes my teeth hurt, I love the Kinfolk-ness of it all. I think I like the visual aesthetic, though if we decide to get married in the cornfield-venue, I don't know how the tree bark will fit in.
I like the lack of frosting for some reason.
Any of you already-married peeps do the multiple cake thing? Did you bake yourselves or if you didn't how'd you pick the baker? Did anyone just say screw it and do something completely different? Let me know!