On Trend: Hand-Painted and Watercolor Wedding Cakes

To be honest, I’m not one to love things that are “trendy” when it comes to weddings. I love a classic feel…details you can look back on 30 years later and still love. However, I have to admit I am smitten with the latest trend in wedding cakes: gorgeous watercolor designs and hand-painted details. Here are some of my favorite hand-painted and watercolor wedding cakes that I’ve spotted lately:

1. How cute is this bright floral cake with the personalized bride and groom motifs? I’m also loving the shape of the bottom tier. So modern and unique!

Personalized, Hand-Painted Floral Wedding Cake Featuring Bride and Groom Motifs - Wedding Belles Blog

via Brides

2. This very classic gold and white cake…proof that you can be on trend and classic at the same time!

3. This watercolor cake in sherbert tones. So dreamy!

Watercolor Wedding Cake in Sherbert Tones - Wedding Belles Blog

via Brides

4. I adore this pink and gold watercolor cake…so elegant!

5. This bold, bright, and beautiful hand-painted floral cake. Those colors!! In love!

6. Seriously swooning over this ornate cake with the hand-painted gold floral designs.

7. This peach and aqua watercolor goodness.

Peach and Aqua Watercolor Wedding Cake - Wedding Belles Blog

via Brides

8. Loving the pretty hand-painted floral designs on this moody blues wedding cake.

Hand-Painted Moody Blues Floral Wedding Cake - Wedding Belles Blog

via flickr

Aren’t these all true works of art? There are so many hand-painted and watercolor possibilities, from bright and cheerful to dark and elegant. What do you think, belles? Are you loving any of these?

xoxo Laura

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