Winter Wedding Cake Ideas

Winter Wedding Cake Ideas

‘Tis the season for gleaming fireplaces, snowy landscapes, and holiday cheer. The chilly weather and cozy decor make winter an especially magical time of year to say I do. 

Since winter wedding season is the year’s slowest, there’s also less venue and vendor competition so you can find more availability and cheaper prices this time of year. You can incorporate stunning winter hues in your wedding color palette, invites, and more. 

Winter is also full of warm, rich flavors so take advantage of the season’s spices in your wedding cake and dessert table. You can add in interactive food displays such as hot chocolate bars or apple cider station’s, or stick to a traditional wedding cake full of winter flavor. 

Here are some of our favorite winter cake recipes: 

Blackberry yogurt cake: Add dazzling purple hues to a moody winter celebration with fresh blackberries. The yogurt makes this cake perfect for health-conscious couples. 

Apple cake with apple cider frosting: Drizzle your apple cake in caramel sauce and cider frosting for a winter treat full of seasonal spices.

Vanilla bean blood orange cake: Dress up a sweet vanilla bean cake with the season’s most popular citrus treat: aromatic candied blood oranges. 

Red velvet cake with coconut frosting: Play up holiday hues with a red velvet cake covered in snow. You can get this festive look using coconut cream frosting and fir garnishes. 

White chocolate raspberry cake: This rich and decadent dessert is decorated with swirls of ruby red and white chocolate frosting, making it the perfect option for the holiday season.  

You can discover even more delectable winter wedding cake ideas on Zola

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Winter Wedding Cake Ideas

1 Comment

  1. Such beautiful winter wedding cake ideas! The designs and seasonal decorations are simply stunning and perfect for a magical winter celebration.

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