This Lego cake with custom ordered Bride and Groom figures (and cats) was the PERFECT cake for a Leap Day wedding!
Danielle and Ben chose a naked cake with
huckleberry cream cheese filling for their rustic wedding at Camp Paxson.
Brianna and Catie chose a Guinness Chocolate Cake with Irish Cream Buttercream and pale green Celtic knots for their Irish wedding. They also chose a petite dessert display.
Catie and Joey chose this amazing 4-tier cake, covered in fondant for their
Seeley Lake wedding.
Jami and Doug glammed up their wedding at Whitefish Resort, choosing a chocolate semi-naked cake with huckleberries to compliment their silver and lush blackberry hues.
Morgan and Jake held a beautiful outdoor wedding in Darby, Montana.
Anni and Khalin gave their guests a mini dessert display and decided on a 2-tier cutting cake for themselves. Lovely!
Amanda and Zack. Sweetness personified. Their cake was a rustic blend of pheasant feathers. sage flowers and sweet grass.
Kirsta and Michael were all about elegance.
This may be one of my favorite cakes of all time! It is so elegant and airy and beautiful!
Shannon and Jud asked for an amazing Gatsby-inspired cake. What an awesome idea!
Jeff and Kasi chose vintage Hollywood elegance with a touch of Disney. Can you find the Mickey ears?
Rikelle and Paul. Slightly rustic with textured icing and curly twigs, elegantly topped with calla lilies and roses.
D'Et and Will. Classically elegant with vibrant pops of color and fun. They chose Mango Cream Cake, a Crave original.
Karee and Brad. A beautiful outdoor cowboy-chic wedding at the Bride's family home in Stevensville, MT.
Karee chose lace, burlap and ribbons for the outside of the cake and lemon and huckleberry for the inside!
Trista and Hank. This amazing wedding took place in beautiful St. Regis, MT. A dessert buffet featured mini cupcakes, petite cheesecakes with huckleberry topping, brownies and the couple's favorite candies.
Trista asked that her cake contain feathers in her mother's memory.