Watercolor Wedding Cakes Might Be the Next Big Wedding Trend
With the softest dose of pink of purple floral designs, this vintage-inspired confection is begging to be served garden-side.
A Subtle Statement
Something blue meets a simple cake canvas, gold flakes, and watercolor jewel tones to create a true wedding gem.
Subtle, sweet strokes bring just a touch of faded floral to the forefront in the elegant cake.
Light and lively, this watercolor wedding cake has a whole lot of personality.
Bold and Beautiful
With a bottom full of blooming, deep blushes, this fantastic flower design is a confident collection of color with an elegant pop of gold.
Lilly Pad Love
This water lilly wonder has us daydreaming of Monet’s masterpiece.
Southern Wedding Etiquette You Need To Know Before The Big Day
Southerners know that RSVPs are mandatory and skipping out early is a terrible insult to the bride and groom. We carry ourselves with grace and class – even when there's an open bar and some great music. And, of course, the most important rule of a Southern wedding is that the guests should always participate. Here are the rules of wedding etiquette that every party-goer needs to know.
With a colorful pop of watercolor from head to toe, this whimsical cake design boasts some serious floral beauty.
If you’re looking for a simple, yet stylish design with a small pop of something blue, we’ve found it. This color palette would fit perfectly in a spring or winter wedding.
Fun-fetti cake just got a serious upgrade. Rousing yet relaxed, this cake would bring a beautiful, watercolor energy to any wedding reception.
Something Blue, Ombre Style
This graceful gradient could easily be your something trendy and new or something blue. Two birds, one stone.
Tie-Dyed and Textured
The wedding where this lighthearted, layered rainbow dessert is served is sure to be a good time.
Pretty in Pink
Pretty in Pink
Let your feminine style flourish with this clean and classic watercolor design.