Pretty delectable!


From classic themes to contemporary creations, these wedding cake inspirations are beautiful to display—and delightful to eat, too!



Classic vanilla cake wrapped in buttercream ruffles
by Chef Bernice Pimentel of Ilustrado Restaurant
Italian buttercream cascades from light peach to pink in soft waves, mimicking the flow of a bride’s ruffled skirt. At the crown are Cesar Pascual’s roses for an extra dainty and feminine vibe.



Naked sponge cake with strawberries and cream filling
by Bizu Catering Studio
A hearty mix of strawberries, blueberries, cherries, and flowers sits on each delightful cake-cream-cake layer to give a fresh and fruity tone—a perfect complement to any garden-themed wedding.


Floral-print fondant cake
by Bizu Catering Studio
Edible floral patterns are printed on fondant sheets for a nostalgic wedding confection. Flowers top the layers of vintage patterns, which bring back memories of fading photographs and flowing floral dresses.


Banana cake with cream cheese frosting
by Chef Bernice Pimentel of Ilustrado Restaurant
Rustic and earthy, this banana cake adds a quaint touch to a laid-back wedding reception. Cesar Pascual’s fresh flowers give the cake its feminine energy, and provide contrast to the jute-covered base.



Gold and peach layered fondant cake
BY CAKE DRAFT PROJECT by Clyden San Pedro and Sally Imperio
It’s three layers of delicate design: love birds, a romantic wedding classic, on top of a layer of golden candy beads, giving the cake an edgy touch. Finally, it’s topped with  intricate fondant lacework, a wedding standard.



Hand-painted fondant cake
by Penk Ching-Tan
Extra classy and ultra-feminine, this beautiful cake of red edible ink on ivory white is reminiscent of Chinese paintings showcasing floral and natural
landscapes. It exudes traditional Chinese themes of elegance, simplicity in beauty, and timelessness.


Find more beautiful and opulent inspirations for your dream wedding inside Asian Dragon Weddings 2015-2016 issue. Grab your copy from all leading bookstores nationwide or purchase the issue from the Asian Dragon Magazine App, free to download on Google Play Store, iTunes, and Amazon.

[Photographs: Paul San Juan]


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