What wedding cake styles will be popular in 2024?

Hi there, what do you predict will be in/popular for wedding cakes in 2024/25? Are there any unique trends on the horizon?

Question Asked: 29/09/2022

Wedding Date: 9/08/2018

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Metro Designer Cakes

(5) · Adelaide & Surrounding Areas

Posted: 14/03/2023

I think 2024 will consist of tall, elegant tierd cakes, with pastel flowers, either fresh or sugar. Fondant will have a big comback as a lot of clients are opting for faux tiers with kitchen slabs

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Cakes By Rosa

(7) · Coldstream

Posted: 24/10/2022

  • What a great question.  At the moment the trend is heading towards the tall straight tier or tiers, in a buttercream or Naked look.  Fondant covered cakes are becoming more  uncommon, 
  • But the trend changes from year to year 
Sweet Custom Cakes

(4) · Newcastle and Hunter Valley

Posted: 2/10/2022

Hi, Great question. Cake designs and styles are forever changing, and it can be hard to keep up with trends. Working your own style and theme of your wedding into your cake design can create something very special, and it doesn't mean you can't bring the 'in trend ' amongst that. A clean, shard style in buttercream or fondant, if preferred, is quite popular at the moment. It is also becoming very popular to see more cakes with a pallet knife flower effect, incorporating textures and depth into the cake. 

Zee Scott

(0) · Melbourne

Posted: 30/09/2022

Personally, I don't think the 'vintage' trend is nearing the end! I also think we will see the return of cake tables. A selection of cakes, small cakes and tarts on offer rather than one tiered cake. 

My Delicious Cakes & Decorating

(8) · Perth

Posted: 30/09/2022

Beauitful tall slim line cakes with soft patel colours with fresh flowers. Elegance is the key

Wedding Cake Art

(43) · Wollongong and Surrounding Areas

Posted: 30/09/2022

Hi there, untra moden ,tall, straight lines white Fondant or buttercream seams to be becoming the new trend  

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