Plano Wedding Cakes
The wedding cake is one of the most talked about details of a reception, and the cake cutting is a truly special moment. It’s understandable that you would want a gorgeous cake that matches your theme and style, whether it’s a traditional-style masterpiece or a bold and colorful fondant creation. There are a number of bakeries offering custom Plano wedding cakes, and it’s important to schedule at least a few tastings to help you decide on the perfect combination of flavors. Below are a couple of local favorites that may be able to help bring your sweet wedding cake dreams into reality.
Plano Wedding Cakes Resource: Cakes Amore
Cakes Amore specializes in custom wedding cakes that are both delicious and beautiful. From classic designs to contemporary, artistic cakes – they can utilize your ideas, pictures, wedding colors and suggestions to create a cake you will adore. Some beautiful designs from this company include fresh flower embellishments, pearlized fondant, and gum paste bows. You’ll find Cakes Amore on West Spring Creek Parkway.
Plano Wedding Cakes Resource: The Greene Kitchen
For the bride and groom who prefer to stray from the traditional path, The Greene Kitchen offers a variety of styles that you can choose from. Bold and beautiful, the Hunter Green wedding cake features three tiers, alternating between circles and squares, and featuring hunter green fondant accents. The Chocolate Lotus cake features gorgeous brown stripes, a big brown fondant bow, and an artificial lotus topper. You choose the filling and flavors.
Plano Wedding Cakes Resource: Bake Rejoice
Located in historic downtown Plano, Bake Rejoice offers custom wedding cakes for great prices. From rolled fondant to delicious buttercream icing, and with a variety of flavors and fillings, Bake Rejoice can create the perfect cake to suit you. Wedding cakes start at $3 per serving, and can include a number of different trimmings like quilt-style decoration, fondant bows, feathers, and even lace. You’ll need to make an appointment to discuss your ideas with the designers.
The Greene Kitchen