Simple yet Perfect Wedding Cake

Looking for a simple wedding cake? Here’re photos of wedding cakes with a simple design and fun bright colors. These simple cakes were created for the bride-to-be who is looking for a simply beautiful and yummy wedding cake. You can even create these by yourself!

The Garden Cake by mimithorisson

Simple yet Perfect Wedding Cake
This simple wedding cake is perfect for your special spring wedding theme. The lovely cake is composed of two large meringues with whipped cream and big handfuls of your favourite berries like raspberries, blueberries, and red berries in the middle and on top.

For the garnish, you can add pretty flowers and leaves of your choice. You can decorate it with edible flowers to make your simple wedding cake more special. As a result, the cake is not just ‘melt in your mouth’ but also beautiful and colorful.

A Strawberry Wedding Cake by projectwedding, Chelsea Fuss

Simple yet Perfect Wedding Cake
This lovely festive wedding cake was inspired by the strawberry cakes that Swedes make to celebrate Swedish Midsummer’s Day each year. Perfect for your shiny outdoor, rustic wedding, the cake is composed of a white dome cake and two pints of strawberries. You can use a citrus or whatever flavor dome cake do you like, filled with whip cream, then decorate it with buckwheat, meadowsweet, and winter savory or other edible flowers such as pansies, violets, nasturtium, roses, and calendula.

It’s so easy and simple right? You can make this lovely cake by yourself.

Citrus Cake with Lemon Curd Filling and Orange Lemon Icing by apollinas

Simple yet Perfect Wedding Cake
Called the Stella Cake, this apollinas citrus cake with lemon curd filling and orange lemon icing was inspired by the spring Stella McCartney prints collection. The cake looks fresh, beautiful and delicious, where you will get a ton of fresh orange and lemon flavors in every bite. This fresh DIY cake is very easy to make and it is perfect for your spring wedding theme.

Simple yet Perfect Wedding Cake

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