When I turned 14, my multi-talented mom taught me how to decorate cakes. I loved practicing my swirls, borders, and handwriting with every color of “Bettercream” we created. We made circular Santa cakes, rectangular football field cakes, 3-D cornucopia cakes, and heart cakes laden with chocolate-dipped strawberries. But of all those cakes, the ones I loved (and love) most were the all-white cakes—pretty, clean, and timeless…although I wouldn’t complain about a layer or two of sprinkles!
For our wedding, I’ll save the sprinkles for the groom’s cake. He likes them even more than I do. 🙂 We’ll probably go with something simple for the wedding cake: stacked tiers and neat white frosting. We could add color with a few bright flowers and with a tiny tribute to Adam’s and my future last name.
Perhaps a bunny cake topper would do the trick? I haven’t found one that I love enough to use, but these come pretty close:
Above: Cheery and cute. I love the laughing eyes and itty bitty bouquet! I found it at the Etsy shop of PlanetFur.
Below: Simple and sweet. We can even have a little love note written on the bottom of it! These are from the Etsy shop of Jennifer Murphy.
How would you customize a simple white cake?
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