Real Wedding: Sweet Treats Galore (Part I)

I’m not sure what to love MOST about today’s real wedding.  The tropical ambiance of the lush Hawaiian landscape?  The bold pinks, greens and oranges?  The every last detail that was carefully planned and executed so perfectly?

Maybe it’s the joy and excitement created when a couple truly lets their personality shine through on their big day.  Quite possibly it is the charming ‘Sweets and Treats’ theme, filled with candy and cupcakes galore.  Or perhaps, it is the phenomenal wedding cake created by one of the very best cake designers in the country, cakelava.  I’ll let you be the judge.
Pink Cupcake Wedding

Check back later today for even more gorgeous images from this wedding, courtesy of the amazingly talented Stephen Ludwig.  You won’t want to miss THIS CAKE.  It’s is not your mother’s wedding cake… it’s SO much better!  And absolutely perfect for the sweets lover in all of us.
Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured online at People, Today, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, Real Simple, TLC, The Cooking Channel and more.


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    Barbara says

    Looks like such a FUN wedding. Never seen a piñata at a wedding before, but you can tell the guests enjoyed it!

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    Thank you for sharing this! Stephen’s images are stunning and perfectly captured the fun-spirited mood of the wedding. If you think this wedding is Sweet, you should meet the couple! It was the type of wedding event planners and cake designers love, because the couple’s vibrant personality came through in every detail. There were 2 pinatas, a cupcake for the gals and a liquor bottle for the men, and the cake was nothing we could have dreamed up on our own…

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