As I mentioned in my 2017 wedding stats post, 8 of my 10 weddings served wedding cake. And I must say, when I compiled the photos, I was a bit shocked at how white they were! I looked back on my 2016 wedding cakes and my 2015 wedding cakes, and you can really see the trend moving from some limited color in the designs to all white wedding cakes. Where will we go next? When I was getting married a decade ago, the Mad Hatter style cake as ALL the rage.
White Swiss dot wedding cake by Design Cuisine, at an Anderson House wedding in Washington DC. Photo by Sincereli.
White textured buttercream Wedding Cake by Fluffy Thoughts for a DAR wedding in Washington DC. Photo by Kurstin Roe.
White and blue wedding cake by Buttercream Bakeshop for a Hay-Adams wedding in Washington DC. Photo by Steve & Jane.
Wedding cake (and amazing Oreo gems) by Buttercream Bakeshop for a wedding at the Hotel Monaco in Washington, DC. Photo by Red October. Maybe my favorite cake topper ever.
White buttercream wedding cake by Edibles Incredible for a wedding at Riverside on the Potomac, in Leesburg, Virginia. Photo by AE Landes.
Wedding cake by Design Cuisine for a private estate wedding in Virginia. Photo by Lisa Boggs.
White woodgrain wedding cake by Fancy Cakes By Leslie for a Virginia private home wedding. Photo by Heather Ryan. Foxes seem to be a classic cake topper!
White buttercream wedding cake by Fluffy Thoughts for a wedding at the Alexandrian Hotel in Alexandria, Virginia. Photo by Jennifer Gulley. Loving this vintage cake topper!