• Prue Peters Photography.

A year in review: cakes

By Bride and Groom 14 January 2019

Bride and Groom's year in review continues by counting down the top ten cakes from 2018.

10. A naked cake draped in red roses, crisp white flowers and vibrant greener was the perfect fit for this rustic wedding. 

Amina Barolli Photography.

9. This Papercake, Echuca design combines an emerging wedding trend, the drip cake with semi-naked icing for a rustic finish. 

Cristie Lincoln Photography.

8. Jamie and Darrien's minalimist white cake from Jo's Cakes, Toolamba was complete with a rustic personalised topper.

Jay Humphreys Photography + Design.

7. A touch of copper and embossed fondant from Miss Ladybird Cakes, McKinnon.

Lisa Nardella Photography.

6. Cascading pink and white flowers by Blue Wilde Floristry, Murchison take the simple butter cream iced cake to the next level.

Mickala Thomas - Pure Mac Photography.

 5. It may be petite but this wedding cake makes an impact with a gold and navy palette. 

Fabio Oliveria.

4. A marble accent adds a modern edge to this wedding cake by Lou Belle Cakes, Shepparton.

Prue Peters Photography.

3. A simple semi naked topped with vibrant blooms from Renato's Florist, Shepparton.

Lisa Nardella Photography.

2. A unique take on the drip cake by Lou Belle Cakes, Shepparton complete with a personalised cake topper in copper.

Dan Evans Photography.

1. Pure simplicity by Tracy's Cakes, Echuca.

Jay Humphreys Photography + Design.

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