This blush pink semi-naked cake is almost too beautiful to eat! This work of art doubled as a cake AND decoration. I loved seeing our guests stand by the table to admire its beauty. It was made, delivered, and decorated by Frost-It Cakery in Thousand Oaks, California, using flowers from Unique Floral Designs.
We rented this beautiful vintage Victorian white table [pictured above] from A Rental Connection based out of Canoga Park, California. They are a one-stop-shop for your wedding rental needs, with everything from silverware to huge beautiful tents. The wedding took place at a vintage white estate called Camarillo Ranch in California. Here’s a closer look at the rustic cake topper [below].
The mini-monogram book was a local find at a quaint vintage store in Los Angeles, California. Similar books can be found on the Easy shop LetterLounge. The small circular wooden slice underneath the book is from Michael’s craft store. They have lots of different sizes and also sell birchwood versions. Florals were provided by Unique Floral Designs in Simi Valley, CA and arranged on the cake by Frost-It Cakery.
Here’s a mischevious picture of my husband & I right before we shoved frosting in each others’ faces. The cake looked too pretty to cut, but we had to! And it tasted absolutely delicious. It was white velvet cake with light raspberry frosting. Tasted just as good as it looked!
Check out Frost-It Cakery for your next event. They also make yummy cookies and small desserts. They are award-winning for a reason!
Photos: Mike Arick Photography | Cake: Frost-It Cakery | Rentals: A Rental Connection | Floral Design: Unique Floral Designs | Event Planning: KRae Events |Venue: Camarillo Ranch | Event Design: Craft Cakery | Catering: Command Performance | Videography: Cam + Beck Videos | Wedding Dress: Ines Di Santo | Hair: Sarah Barth | DJ: Who’s That DJ?