Christmas, weddings and cake – three of the best things in life! From classic Christmas designs to rustic winter woodland creations and sparkling seasonal stunners, we bring you some of the most beautiful Christmas wedding cake inspiration for your wonderful winter wedding.
If you have chosen December as the month you will marry because Christmas is your favourite time of year, you are going to have a lot of appreciation for these adorable classic Christmas wedding cakes.
We love the individually designed Christmas cupcakes by Lola’s Cupcakes which will make taking cake home super easy – a piece of cake!
For something classically Christmas but a bit different for a wedding, a ginger bread house will leave your guests gushing.
Top left cake and cupcakes by Lola’s Cupcakes | All other images courtesy of Pinterest
Sophisticated and simple but undoubtedly festive, the white and red Christmas jumper themed cake offers a slightly more understated option for a lover of Christmas.
The red post box is a super cute and unique idea for your winter wedding and we think the iced biscuit love letters would make fab wedding favours for your guest if you opted for this design.
If the Christmas classics are a tad too whimsical for you and a more laid back, rustic feel is what you envisage for your big day you will adore these winter woodland designs. Think berries, fir cones, twigs and leaves mounted on a wooden log cake stand to create an authentic, natural look.
Images courtesy of Pinterest
For brides who love Christmas for it’s glamour and sparkle, a wedding cake sprinkled with glitter or painted in metallic is the look you must go for! Whether you opt for full on shimmer or a more subtle touch of sparkle we don’t think you can ever go wrong with glitter at Christmas!
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Lucy Leaper is our inspiration and bridalwear specialist! She has a degree in fashion design and 12 years experience in the fashion industry, including 3 and a half years as the manager of a bridal boutique. Lucy loves to hear every little detail about a bride's wedding plans and it is no surprise that the first thing she wants to know is what they're wearing!