Our Favorite Winter Wedding Cakes

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One of the best things about planning a winter wedding is that you can have a ton of fun decorating your cake. Add elements from nature, including pine cones, evergreen sprigs, twigs, sticks of cinnamon or a bit of herbal foliage for a rustic touch, or play up the snow theme with plenty of silver beads, snowflakes and sugared berries. Below are some of our favorite examples of basic white tiered cakes turned winter wonderland masterpieces:

1. Woodsy Winter Wedding Cake

This cake is from weddingbells.ca, and is embellished with textured layers and foraged items from the woods. Check out this gorgeous cake (and the cupcakes!), as well as other inspiring woodsy wedding ideas from their Woodsy Winter Wedding slideshow – the first slide starts here.

2. Christmas Woodland Wedding Cake

This cake from ruffledblog.com is inspired by both the holiday season and the woods, with plenty of pine cones, pops of red and sprigs of evergreen. Check out this post from Ruffled Blog to see more photos of this gorgeous cake and more.

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3. A Winter Wedding Cake with Pinecones and Berries

Here’s another take on a winter wedding cake from brides.com that features woodsy elements, but it’s done in a completely different way to create a more traditional look, and coordinates with an array of wedding colors. Just spray your berries and foliage, and pair them with white roses for a clean and elegant presentation.

4. Victorian Revisited Wedding Cake

Another gorgeous winter wedding cake idea from ruffledblog.com. Pair a really simple white layered cake with textured frosting strokes, and embellish with a few sprigs of rosemary and sugared berries to make it look like snow.

5. Wintery Wedding Cake

For a super classic winter wedding cake, check out this wintery wedding confection from Michael Angelo’s. This beautiful cake is finished with winter-themed elements, such as snowflakes and and silver beads & ribbon.

6. The Nutcracker

Featured on The Cake Blog, this gorgeous masterpiece was created by Jenna Illchuck, the owner of Jenna Rae Cakes, and is inspired by “a night out at the ballet.” The Nutcracker, to be exact.

7. An Elegant Winter Wedding Cake

This next cake can be found on weddingpartyapp.com, and pairs rings of herbal foliage with pops of roses in winter-inspired colors.

8. The Mantle Cake

Another gorgeous masterpiece featured on The Cake Blog, this winter wedding cake was made by Rachael of Intricate Icing Cake Designs, and is inspired by decorated Christmas mantles with its painted pine cones, the cardinal topper and pops of red.

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9. Mountain Cake

This rustic wedding cake from the Colorado Rose Cake Company features a realistic etched mountainscape accented with bits of pine cone and needle, and makes you want to cozy up to a warm fire with a nice cup of tea.

10. Antler Cake

And finally, the antler cake. This cake from Brides.com is the simplest of them all, but the gold toppers pack a powerful thematic punch. This look could easily be recreated as a DIY wedding cake.

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Robert Randall lives in beautiful Portland, Oregon. He is a formally trained artist and musician and teaches animation to middle school students in the Portland area. When he’s not creating art or music, Robert can usually be found in his garden and kitchen, cooking up something homegrown and delicious.

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