I woke up craving sugar this morning and couldn’t stop thinking about cake which will explain today’s post. A few weeks ago Lindsay shared with you her love for calligraphy (see the post here) and today, I am sharing my love for lots and lots of colour and delicious looking (and tasting!) watercolour wedding cakes. The only problem is, they are nearly too good to eat. Your cake is a great way to introduce your style and colour palette into your wedding day and whether it’s a delicate floral motif, carefully hand painted or full on watercolour ombre, there is always a great cake for every couple. Have a great weekend!

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Image: Jessica Haley, Cake: Cake fanatics via Green Wedding Shoes | Image:  Joanna Moss, Cake: The Cake & The Giraffe via The Perfect Palette | Image: Weddings By Nicola And Glen, Cake: Cakes By Krishanthi via SMP | Image: Debbie Lourens via Ruffled | Image: Niki Wright, Cake: Buttercup Tea & Cakes via Love my Dress | Image: Jen Huang via Intimate weddings | The Cake Whisper | Image:  Emily Katharine, Cake: Hands on Sweets via Wedding Sparrow | Image: Eric Kelley, Cake: Maggie Austin via Once Wed | Cake: Cake Life via Wedding Window

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