Wedding white will never go out of style, especially when it comes to your cake. While we love a colorful confection, there's something so stunning about the simplicity of an all-white wedding cake. An entirely white cake can be a nod to tradition, but it can also be created to reflect your more modern, trending tastes by incorporating cool geometric details or unique patterns.
Choosing an all-white wedding cake doesn't limit your design options, either. If you love the look of sugar flowers, delicate lace piping, or fondant details, choosing an all-white (or cream) palette for your dessert will result in a truly refined and tasteful look. Some other ways we love to make an all-white cake pop? Swiss dot details, ruffles, or rough frosting look great when created in entirely white.
Ahead, discover 30 of our favorite ideas for all-white wedding cakes.
We can't get over the unique, wispy look of this two-tiered cake. Edible petals are affixed to the frosted cake for a lovely, airy design.
Choosing an all-white palette certainly doesn't mean texture is out of the question. This confection makes an elegant statement with pearl detailing dotted all over.
This all-white wedding cake is nothing short of a masterpiece. Each of the four tiers is intricately piped with frosting to create a show-stopping sweet.
This all-white wedding cake is all about the texture. We love the way each individual tier features a different design.
Bold Palm Leaf
Want to make a statement? Use a white cake as the perfect backdrop to add a bold palm leaf or flower for a truly striking design.
Cascade of Blooms
An all-white cake doesn't mean there isn't room for florals! Pair lightly textured buttercream with plenty of cascading blooms for an effortless garden look.
Go for all-white, but have a little fun! This three-tiered cake makes a bold statement, with one extra-tall tier in the middle and plenty of unique texture to make it anything but boring.
Dotted Piping and Florals
An all-white wedding cake makes for the perfect canvas to showcase florals. This two-tiered confection is decorated in textured buttercream, with hydrangeas and dogwood flowers to add a pop of color.
Consider letting the buttercream speak for itself. This two-tiered cake stands on its own with rough frosting to match a rustic aesthetic.
A single-tiered white wedding cake may sound dull, but this sweet is far from it. We love the way coconut shavings were added to the top for a bit of texture to round out the design.
Embrace your love for polka dots without going overboard on a color scheme. This four-tiered cake incorporates carefully dotted piping with a few blooms for an elegant look.
Texture and Greenery
When it comes to making all-white wedding cakes more interesting, it's all about texture. This simple textured look, paired with a few florals and a hint of greenery, makes a sweet statement.
Let your small, single-tiered cake be the perfect backdrop for additional decor. We love the way this bright white cake is topped with a fun topper and surrounded by florals to complete the look.
Want to really keep things simple? An all-white wedding cake can certainly stand on its own without any other adornments! This is a true classic to suit any occasion.
A two-tiered white wedding cake provides the ideal base for beautiful details. This sweet stands tall with delicate sugar flowers all over for an elegant option.
Want an all-white wedding cake without all the frosting? Go for a semi-naked option to make a show-stopping statement.
All-white cake designs can certainly still be a little whimsical. This design pairs plenty of texture with delicate blooms for a beautiful look for any season.
Not all nautical-inspired cakes need to be designed with bold colors. Pair an all-white cake with subtle white seashells for the ideal seaside wedding sweet.
There's no shame in going with something sweet and simple. Opt for a semi-naked cake decked in white frosting and dotted with white blooms for a beautiful spring celebration.
Ruffles and Florals
No other color palette can pull off a light and airy vibe quite like white can. Pair ruffles and sugar flowers for a stunning design.
Simple Texture and Florals
Planning a garden party wedding? This design—pairing simple, textured buttercream and white blooms—is as sweet as can be.
A little pop of gold can go such a long way, and it pairs perfectly with an all-white cake. Add the slightest hint of gold detailing on the edges of each tier to bring a simple, elegant design together.
Add a bit of drama to your cake table. This four-tiered cake, topped with bold sugar flowers, makes for a stunning choice.
Who says the cake needs to have any texture or piping at all? A tall two-tiered cake with smooth frosting makes for a beautiful, modern design.
A white wedding cake is a lovely choice for a winter wedding, and it can be dressed up for the season with plenty of details. We love the way a bit of white fondant was added to this cake for a subtle mountain vibe.
Hoping to incorporate bright, bold buds for a spring wedding? Use a smooth, white wedding cake as the ideal canvas to let the beautiful color of your florals shine.
A classic all-white cake can certainly still have its place at a boho-inspired wedding. Add a bit of texture and incorporate unique florals, such as tan roses, to bring the design together.
Want a more natural look? Pairing a smooth, all-white cake with grasses and greenery is gorgeous for a late summer wedding.
It goes without saying that an all-white wedding cake is a lovely choice for winter, but this design takes it to another level. We love the playful texture added to each tier, almost resembling a cozy sweater for the season.
An all-white color palette is an entirely modern option, but why not take it up a notch? Opt for a square cake to truly make a bold statement.