Wedding Cakes we love: 2019's biggest wedding cake trends

Wedding cakes are are a great opportunity to inject some style and personality into your décor  - and they taste great too. They're forever evolving, as this little look at wedding cake trends for 2019 shows.

Dark Wedding Cakes

White icing is so 2018, darling. Venture to the dark side with a navy, charcoal grey or even black wedding cake. Gilded touches and floral adornments in muted shades are literally the icing on the cake.

Black wedding cakes Black wedding cake by Cupcakes & Counting

Cupcakes and Counting

Dark wedding cake with gold foil Caroline and Barry's cake by Aileen Murphy-Dailly

Aileen Murphy-Dailly | Rafal Borek

Floating Wedding Cakes

We know what you're thinking; a disaster waiting to happen, right? Maybe the danger adds to the appeal of a floating cake? Regardless, brave brides and grooms the world over are embracing this trend. All we know is, if it ends up on the floor, we're employing the five-second rule. If you're not feeling quite this adventurous, what about a floating tier?

Floating wedding cakes From the wedding of Siobhan and Brian... More pics to be revealed soon!

Image by Selina O'Meara

Floating tier wedding cake Floating tier wedding cake

Image by Jumi Story

Simple Textured Cakes

The clean lines of minimalist wedding cakes are taking a back seat in 2019, with rustic textures having a moment. Think distressed icing, coconut dusting and dried foliage garnishes.

Simple wedding cake

Image by Judy Pak

Coconut wedding cake

Image by Kate Osborne 

Square Wedding Cakes

Have geometric wedding cakes finally had their day? The uber-trend engulphed all things fashion, interiors and indeed weddings for the last few years, but simple square formations are the new kid on the block and we're here for it.

Square wedding cake Square black wedding cake by Cake Ink

Square wedding cake trend

Lima Cakes 

Cheese Cakes

Cheese wedding cakes continue to increase in popularity with many couples opting for both, rather than either/or. I mean, there's gotta be real cake too, right? Serve yours with crackers and grapes after dinner, or save it for your next day celebrations. Whenever you choose to dig into to, we're willing to bet your guests won't be complaining.

Cheese wedding cake by Sheridans Cheesemongers Cheese wedding cake by Sheridans Cheesemongers

Imaged by Peter Love and styled by Paper & Moon

Cheese wedding cakes

Image by Ann Marie Photo Co.

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