Delicious Wedding Cakes in Nashville
The dessert table. We’ll confess that we’ve been known to linger at this particular part of more than one wedding reception – we blame an out of control sweet tooth (or two). This table is an opportunity to not only keep making your celebration pretty, but also to share more of the details of who you two are as a couple with your friends and family – and eat your all-time favorite sweets and treats. While current trends take the dessert table in a variety of directions, we just can’t seem to get past Nashville’s more traditional options. Which brings us to the reason we’re all gathered here today: cake and cupcakes.
Specializing in made to order cakes that are uniquely reflective of your personal style – and that of your wedding day – Sweetface Cakes is a Nashville bakery serving the city and Middle Tennessee. These artful, one of a kind creations can be designed with any source of inspiration in mind, from the texture of a piece of fabric to the season or location of your special day. Owner Renay Zamora strives to make cakes that walk the fine line between being too pretty to eat and impossible to walk away from.
Whether the dessert table has you thinking of simple elegance or avant-garde creations (and a variety of tantalizing cake fillings and finishes), Dulce Desserts has an option for you. The bakery is quick to jump to the support of brides and open to working through budget limitations and short timelines. From cake consultation to final delivery, Dulce Desserts is focused on the details. Bonus: the quality of the bakery’s fondant makes this shop an area favorite for brides and wedding planners alike.
From the perfect shade of icing to décor and details that tie into your wedding theme, Gigi’s Cupcakes is a national chain – and local favorite – that works closely with brides to personalize not only the flavors but also the aesthetic of the cupcakes at your reception. Both full-size and mini cupcakes are available, along with cutting cakes and a variety of pre-set wedding packages.