The cake is the focal point of your wedding, so it’s only fitting to decide on what your wedding cake would be – or if you really want a ‘cake’ for your wedding cake….
The wedding cake is an important part of your wedding. For certain cultures, the wedding cake symbolises the sweetness of your married life.
People will tell you to make sure your cake complements all the aspects of your wedding or that it should be white because, you know… white means “innocent” and “pure”.
But, if you want to totally stray away from your wedding theme, why not! Remember, it’s YOUR big day!
We already gave you unique options and alternatives for the traditional wedding cake ideas before (see here!) But we found more on Pinterest and thought we’d share it to you!
PS. Brace your mouths and your tummies. You’ll reach the end of this post either hungry or drooling!
Oreo Cookie-Stacked Wedding Cake
If you and your partner love oreo cookies, then you’ll love some oreo cookies stacked together and decorated like this.
Truffle (Stack or Tower) Wedding Cake
There’s no doubt – your married life will be as sweet as truffles if you opt for a beautifully arranged truffle tower.
Churros Wedding Cake
I don’t think I’ll regret choosing Churros over the traditional wedding cake…
Have you met anybody who said no to s’mores?
You’d say I DO again with these gorgeous Cannolis!
A Stack of Cinnamon Buns
….don’t want none unless you got buns, hun!
Stacked Big Cookies
OMG IT’S A YES.
I’m sure these couples lived happily ever after because this Brownie Tower means they make really good choices in life.
I personally like cupcakes over layers of cake. It’s easier to eat for guests and nobody gets more than what they can finish. It also makes serving easier!
Guests will really really enjoy this Pavlova Stack over a wedding cake.
Hamburger Wedding Cake
People who love hamburgers are my kind of people.
Chocolate Mousse Shots
Love chocolate? Then ditch the wedding cake and opt for a gorgeous arrangement of Chocolate mousse shots!
Do you have more unique wedding cake alternatives in mind? Let us know in the comments!