While black and white has always been a classic combination for weddings, it is not a very popular palette for wedding cakes. However, having a cake in these striking colours can actually be the perfect way to add a unique, bold and modern touch to your wedding. Just take a look at the following beauties:

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Cakes 1, 2  and 6 by Maggie Austin Cake, Cake 3 by Tallant House via Seattle Met Bride & Groom, Cake 4 {Critsey Rowe Photography} by Wow Factor Cakes , Cake 5 – ‘Flowing Rose Cake’ by Desiree of Sweet Charms via The Cake Blog, Cake 7 – ‘Enchanted Forest’ by Rosalind Miller Cakes, Cake 8 – ‘ Black Lace Wedding Cake’ by Little Miss Fairy Cake, Cake 9 by Hey There, Cupcake! via Calligraphy By Jennifer, Cake 10 – ‘World War Z Inspired Cake’ by ConnieCupcake Luxury Cakes, Cake 11 – ‘Zebra Print Cake’ {Leslie Gilbert Photography} by The Couture Cakery, Cake 12 {Hong Photography} by Anna Elizabeth Cakes via Weddingbells, Cake 13– ‘Double Barrel Buttercream Cake With Sugar Rose Brooch’ {Sylvia G Photography} by Miso Bakes, Cake 14 by Bakministeriet

By the way, the colouring will not rub off on your teeth if your cake designer is employing the proper techniques to avoid that, so do not let that scare you from using dark or very bright colours in your wedding cake!

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