Simple, Single-Tier White Wedding Cakes


Romantic and beautiful for wintertime, check out this simple and floral topped cake.

Whether it’s a vow renewal or a small ceremony later in life, simple, single-tier white wedding cakes can top off the celebration in just the right ways. Garnish with your personal style, florals or with a bout of chic icing only, take a peek!

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