Pastry Perfection: Utah Wedding Cake Trends

‘Eating good food is my favorite thing in the whole world. Nothing is more blissful.” –  Justine Larbalestier

[Featured image from Cakes by Katelyn]

There are so many things to be wowed about when it comes to a wedding: the couple’s love, the gorgeous gown, the epic venue, the merry entertainment and the taste-teasing menu. Be it a casual barbecue-inspired buffet or formal-plated meal; the wedding dining experience almost always ends with one thing: an impressively-designed, architecturally-built, meticulously-concocted wedding cake. Here are some great ideas for your upcoming nuptials.

‘Let them eat cake!’ is one phrase every wedding guest can’t wait to hear. Give your guests something sweet to look forward to—a minimalist inspired wedding cake that’s easy on the eyes and taste buds. Read more here.

Cake by Le Loup Cakery.

A multi-tiered confection does not just appear out of nowhere. It takes time, detail and years of experience to create. Grand America’s Executive Pastry Chef Xavier Baudinet checks off each one of those on the list. Chef Baudinet excels at pastry, chocolate, gelato and confectionary with ease and skill. Read more here.

Cake by The Grand America Hotel and photo by Brushfire Photography.

Bold is back and braver than ever. What better season than summer to roll out the red carpet for a Latin American-inspired scene boasting bright hues and whimsical patterns? Read more here.

Photography by Claire Marika and cake by Vanilla House Bakery.

Summer weddings are perfectly timed for a farm-to-table flair. Fresh fruits and vegetables aren’t limited to cuisine. They can be used in decor as well, including bouquets and centerpieces.  Top delicious pies and cakes with delicate sugar fruits and veggies for extra farm-fresh taste. Read more here.

Decor by Sage & Thistle, cake by Bake Me a Kake and photo by EK Studios Photo & Video.

Though it’s customary to watch the bride and groom cut their wedding cake, some guests might leave slightly disappointed wishing they had one last sweet bite to end the night. Lucky for them, gone are the days of leaving a reception with a less-than-satisfied sweet tooth. Try having scrumptious treats that not only serve as the perfect wedding favor, but also fulfill those late night cravings. Read more here.

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