Half or split wedding cakes are the perfect compromise for a happy ceremony, so I’ve put together a list of ten cakes that will inspire you to choose a side.
Take this four tiered half Batman-half traditional wedding cake, for example, Florida’s Dream Day Cakes takes an elegant approve to this half-Batman wedding cake. On one side you have your traditional ivory lace, piped accents and pearls while the other a tuxedo, bow tie and Batman logo on the shirt.
“We loved the concept of combing the groom’s cake and the bride’s cake into one unique wedding cake that captured the couple. It was a true testament to compromise.”
Here are ten creative ways other couples compromised with each other or with family on their wedding day.
This colorful wedding cake from MakeMy located in Colchester, Essex features two distinct sides one made for a sweet tooth, the other, for a Doctor Who fan.
Private Las Vegas bake shop Mitchies Munchies‘ created this two-sided wedding cake for a Groom who wanted a marvelous wedding cake, and a Bride who wanted something traditional with purple orchids.
Birmingham, UK’s Daisy & Fred are no strangers to the geeky side of baking. Shop owner Rebecca writes, “Daisy & Fred was born from the demand for the more unusual wedding cake. What wedding guest will forget the Batman cake or the wedding where the couple had a Tardis for a cake?” She and her Husband even had a Star Wars themed groom’s cake with a Chewbacca in a suit as a topper and Belle from Beauty and the Beast.
Cake’s By Aloma splits navy and white layers of fondant on a four tiered wedding cake with a traditionally dressed bride cake topper on one side, and a little Batman groom on the Gotham at night side.
Utah’s Salt Cake City assembled five tiers to create this half traditional-half Avengers wedding cake.
This cake won first place in the fairytale cake decorating competition at Panhandle Cake C.R.U.M.B.S. where cake artist Melanie Judge of Ph. D.-serts Cakes entered this Shrek and Fiona themed wedding cake! Fiona’s half of the cake is very white and traditional with soft green accents and lacework, while Shrek’s half is swampy with lots of bugs, brown tones and creepy crawlers.
Cake Central user Cakes by Keri shared her beautiful “Holy Matrimony Batman” cake made up of four tiers of vanilla and chocolate covered with fondant.
This geeky in the back, traditional in the front, “wedding cake in disguise” was a huge hit at Donna and Dan’s wedding in Hornchurch, Essex. Behind the lens photographer Gemma Lawrence snapped the happy couple cutting into their Baked with Love wedding cake which featured a New York City theme on one side and a Gotham City Batman theme on the other.
Mario finally found his Princess, hidden away inside this three-tiered wedding cake made by Ohio’s Bittersweet’s.