I’ve been married for over a year now, but I still find myself looking at or reading wedding-related content—especially the ones on Bride and Breakfast. There’s just something so fun and exciting about it! I love seeing the happy look of couples as they make their dream weddings happen. I don’t think I’ll ever forget how special and memorable my wedding day was. Maybe that’s also one reason why I love seeing other people’s weddings! Recently, I saw someone post online asking where to buy a wedding cake. If you’re a bride-to-be still looking for a supplier, I highly recommend Elle’s Kitchen PH. She’s a good friend, and was the one who made the Pinterest wedding cake of my dreams come true!
Our cake had a rustic yet minimalist feel with lilac roses topped off with our wedding logo
Elle, short for Elise, is a Paris-trained cake and macaron designer. She’s the best wedding cake supplier in my book! Each and every one of her creations is a masterpiece waiting to be eaten. In fact, her cakes are so pretty, you might want to take hundreds of photos first before you devour them! It’s also worth noting that her cakes are as delicious as they are breathtaking. Her chocolate ganache, vanilla Madeira, and yuzu flavors are all a must-try.
I was browsing through her designs, and here are some of my favorites:
There were a lot of elements in this one, but the combination of pink carnations, gold accents, a marble pink middle layer, and semi-naked base was beautifully and tastefully done.
Brides leaning towards contemporary styles will surely love this cake! The colors are a bit unconventional, but I think that’s what gives this cake even more character.
Blues and Grays
Fun Fact: these were Elle’s wedding cakes, which she made herself! Every detail was perfect. I was one of her bridesmaids, and I remember approaching the cake table during her wedding just to admire the work she had done. She posted about her design process on Instagram, and shared that out of all the cakes she’s created, these were the most challenging. And it wasn’t because of its complexity—it was more because of how personal it was.
Pretty and Playful
If you’re looking for something fun and colorful, here’s a two-layered artwork with lots of pink—topped off with macarons and ice cream! Aside from wedding cakes, Elle is known to be very creative in putting together birthday cakes.
Dark and Unconventional
This dreamy Aurora Borealis buttercream delight was a commissioned wedding anniversary cake inspired by a couple’s trip to the Northern Lights. It’s already giving me ideas of my favorite travel spots (like Lake Bled!), and how it can be turned into a beautiful cake!
Add layers or accents to your cake with these desserts. There’s no doubt the colors will look so pretty in wedding photos.
Where to Buy a Wedding Cake: Elle’s Kitchen PH