Equestrian Wedding Cake

I’m loving all of the vintage horse imagery slipping into bridal inspiration lately.  For months, I’ve been hoping to see a beautiful cake befitting this trend appear in my inbox.   And sure enough, that is exactly what we have in store today!  With diagonal stripes in blush pink and a delicate lace topper, this is not a horse cake per say.  But rather a sophisticated take on an equestrian theme, created by Renata of Lovely Cakes for a collaborative wedding shoot.  It’s a scene full of dainty horseshoes, soft argyle, coordinating side cakes and rustic charm.  Prepare to fall in love with today’s elegant Equestrian Wedding Cake.

Equestrian Cake by Lovely Cakes  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Oh my goodness, it’s stunning!  And the more you look, the more there is to love.  Diagonal stripes perfectly spaced.  Dainty silver horseshoes peg the cross of a soft argyle pattern.  A mix of tall and short tiers accented with crimped edges and delicate rope borders.  And that is just the beginning!  Coordinating argyle side cakes topped with rustic pom poms complete this gorgeous scene.

Equestrian Cake by Lovely Cakes  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Renata of Lovely Cakes shares the inspiration for her design:

“The inspiration for the shoot was equestrian, but I wanted the cake to also have a vintage feel.  That was the reason why I painted the stripes on the cake, so they would be kind of faded and antique looking.”

Equestrian Cake by Lovely Cakes  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Equestrian Cake by Lovely Cakes  | TheCakeBlog.com

A big thank you to Renata of Lovely Cakes for sharing her stunning Equestrian Wedding Cake with us today!  It has our hearts galloping with excitement!

Vendors & Credits
Cake :  Lovely Cakes
Event Styling : Stacie Shea Events
Photography : Photography and More
Cake Pom Poms : Michelle Edgemont
See the full wedding shoot here: Style Me Pretty, New York

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 on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

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