Five Alternatives to Traditional Wedding Cakes

Wedding cakes can be the centerpiece of your celebration, but what if you want to be a bit different? Here are some suggestions for alternatives to the traditional wedding cake!

Donuts have been really popular recently! There are a few different options you can go with.

Donut Wall

We love this heart shaped stand from ebay. Just add 94 of your favourite flavours and you are good to go! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Heart-Shaped-Donut-Wall-Holds-94-donuts-Candy-cart-ferris-wheel-weddings-/222573710823

Donut Stack

Another great DIY option, here is a great article on how to make your own https://somethingturquoise.com/2017/02/10/diy-wedding-donut-dessert-table/

 

Donut “Cake”

Krispy Kreme has a whole website dedicated to weddings, but the showstopper is this amazing Tower of 216 Donuts. How cool is this? And tasty too! Order online and they deliver direct to your venue. https://www.krispykreme.co.uk/occasions/doughnut-towers

The Cake of cheese…

My personal favourite, I have been dying to attend a wedding which is having one of these bad boys! Who wouldn’t love tucking into a gorgeous selection of cheese and biscuits after a fabulous wedding meal?

Liverpool Cheese Wedding cake

The fabulous Liverpool Cheese Company has a huge selection of these tasty cheese wheel cakes, check them out http://www.liverpoolcheesecompany.co.uk/mall/departmentpage.cfm/cheeseforalloccasions/_218318/1

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Macaron Towers

Full disclosure, I love France and all things French and dainty and pretty. Macarons are my favourite decadent treat, and I could have one of these amazing macaron towers to myself!

Clare Southern Macarons creates absolutely stunning macaron cakes and towers. Whiston based Clare says, “I have a passion for these sweet little things called ‘Macarons’. After making them for the first time three years ago for a friend, I discovered that I was really quite good at making them and so have experimented and perfected my technique since then. I launched my macaron business at the end of 2014 making wedding favours, cakes and all things macarons. I’ve been a chef throughout my career and this has been a natural step for me to express my creativity. Macarons are small french delicacies made up of round almond meringue shells, sandwiched together with chocolate ganache, fruit compote or buttercream. They are gluten free little jewels of heaven.. crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside, packed full of whatever flavour I choose to create. All in all, perfect for a teatime treat, wedding favours, gifts or special occasions!”

Visit http://www.clairesouthernmacarons.com/ for more information.

 

Writing all of this has made me hungry!!! Time for a cup of tea and a treat I think! Which of our alt wedding cakes is your fave? Pop it in our comments below!

Vicky x

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