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Photo credit Kelly Prizel.

Although Halloween is not the kick off to the Holiday season in the traditional sense, it is the beginning of the end of my will power against all things sweet – at least until I reevaluate my eating habits come Jan. 01. So in honor of all the sweet toothed, wedding planning couples out there (or just simply sweet toothed SFLiving readers) it seemed fitting to share some wedding cake inspiration to really get the blood sugar pumping.

Nature-ly Beautiful Cakes


Lauren & Tim’s country-chic wedding. Photo credit Jennifer Bach

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Photo credit Justin & Mary.

Non-traditional Cakes

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The perfect way to let the bride or groom add a little personality.

Mini Cakes & Cupcakes

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For the couple who can’t choose just one flavor. Truly looks like a childhood dream!


Photo credit Julia Jane.

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And tower them together for a traditional cake cutting ceremony. Photo credit Anna Sawin Photography.

Cake-topping Couples

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No need for an off the shelf cake topper when you can have custom-made lookalikes atop your cake – pooches and all. Photo credit Annandale Photography.


And check out Lindsey & JR‘s wedding video by Seaglass Studios to see them come to life at their Saltwater Farm wedding. Photo credit Melani Lust Photography.

Skip the cake…

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And opt for mini whoopie pies, doughnuts and milk and other bite-sized desserts.

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Or even your faces on M&Ms (read the chalkboard, so sweet!). Photo credit Kelly Prizel.

Cheers to sweets that inspire, forgetting about the calories once in a while and all the happy couples who encourage us to splurge!


*Watermarked photos are photo credited to the photographer the the first time the photographer’s work appears in the post only. 


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