Winter Wedding Cakes

Winter Wedding Cakes

If you are planning a winter wedding, why not add some winter touches to your wedding cake, rustic pine cones, winter berries, or perhaps some edible icicles!

Winter Cake Flavours

The best place to start is to choose your cake flavour, arrange a meeting with your cake baker for a tasting to discuss your requirements.

Flavours like salted caramel, red velvet, chocolate, and spiced apple are delicious for a winter wedding cake.

If you are finding it difficult to decide, why not arrange for your cake baker to make a selection of flavoured tiers.

Here are some of our favourite wedding cakes for winter and Christmas.Christmas Themed Cake

The addition of winter berries, pine cones and winter foliage gives this cake a beautiful rustic Christmas theme.

Snowflake Cake

This wintery cake has a textured “snow” frosting, and features a snowflake cake topper.

Red Velvet Cake

This stunning cake has sumptuous layers of red velvet sponge sandwiched with cream frosting and is decorated with winter berries.

Rustic Chocolate Cake

This cake has to be a chocolate lovers dream!

Layers of dark, milk and white chocolate, beautifully decorated with winter berries and rustic twigs.

Caramel Apple Wedding Cake

This spiced apple cake is topped with winter florals and drizzled with salted caramel sauce. Simply delicious!


When To Cut Your Wedding Cake

The cutting of the cake is usually the last formal moment of the day, after the speeches. At this point the toastmaster or the best man will announce the cutting of the cake.

The bride with the groom’s right hand over hers, uses the cake knife to slice a small piece from the bottom tier.

The cake is then taken away to be sliced before being offered to each guest.

Have some pretty cake boxes available for guests who wish to take their slices home.

Why not take a look at the other wedding blogs on the website for more inspiration!