#1- Love the decadence here! Favorite feature = the monogram. Love.
#2- How beautiful is the slight hint of pink at the edge of these petals? This could be a gorgeous way to incorporate any color into a cake in a very subtle way.
#3- There are SO many thing I love about this cake. First it has this whole modern-meets-Victorian feel which is scrumptious. Second it's in my favorite colors, so that's lovely. This picture was one of the ones I gave to our decorator for inspiration. True story.
#4- I love how subtle yet intricate this cake is. This idea could be especially lovely if you incorporated design elements like lace or embroidery from your dress.
#5- The thing I love most about this cake is that those are actually oval shaped layers. It makes the cake unique while still keeping a fairly traditional feel.
#6- Layers that aren't matchy-matchy are so beautiful in white on white. You get to have the multiple patterns without risking having a cake that looks too busy. I saw a similar cake done at a beach wedding where each bridesmaid had on a skirt in a different eyelet, loved the coordination. Plus- love the crown shaped top that is actually part of the cake.
#7- Cream and white on the same cake CAN work! Again I love the sampler effect that works so well in neutral shades.
#9 A lovely take on the traditional flower cascade. Also a great way to incorporate any color scheme in a way that doesn't take over the cake.