5 Wedding Dresses and Their Cake Counterparts

Have you ever noticed how some wedding dresses seem to take inspiration from wedding cakes? Pretty shades of pink and white, layers of tulle, and carefully crafted flowers are just some of the elements that can easily translate from cake to gown. So, just for fun, if your wedding dress was a cake, what kind of cake would it be? Perhaps you can even get some inspiration from your dress for your wedding cake!

Ruffle Wedding Dress and Ruffle Cake

Cake photo by Karism Photography via Burnett's Boards

If you have your eye on or have already chosen a wedding dress with ruffles, consider serving a ruffle cake at your wedding or bridal shower. The delicate layers will compliment the tiers of ruffles on your dress. You could even wear a string of pearls and adorn your cake with them as well. 


Tea Length Wedding Dress and Pink Cake

Cake photo by Mark Brooke Photographers via Style Me Pretty

Petal pink and short and sweet, if your tea-length wedding dress (that might also be of the blush variety) was a cake, it would be a mini cake of the same color and decorated with feminine details like bows and pearls. 


Strapless Mermaid Dress and Silver Cake

Cake photo via Mod Wedding

A jeweled satin and lace mermaid dress deserves an equally stunning cake, like this three-tiered silver creation. Decorate it with flowers, jewels, or beads to compliment your dress. 


Whimsical Beach Dress and Naked Cake

Cake photo by Borrowed & Blue

A whimsical floral dress is like a tiered naked cake with flowers wrapping around each layer. Simple, but oh-so-sweet and perfect for a wedding day in the garden.


Light Blue Princess Dress and Blue Cake

Cake photo by Meredith Lord Photography via Burnett's Boards

If you are stepping away from tradition and slipping into a colorful dress, your cake might be decorated in soft watercolors and simple blooms or fruit.

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