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Have your (wedding) cake and eat it too with these amazing cakes created at a few inspiring South Jersey bakeries.

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This three-tier concoction from Classic Cake in Cherry Hill combines elegance (golden fondant) with adorable (we can’t get over those lovebirds at the top).

 

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Sweet Eats Bakery in Voorhees went rustic for this four-tier white buttercream, fondant and edible lace-covered cake. The best part? It’s finished with fresh flowers and herbs, and real fruits and vegetables.

 

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The popular French dessert croquembouche (pastry balls piled into a cone and held together with caramel) is surging in popularity at American weddings now, so it’s no surprise that Haddonfield’s Indulgence Cupcakery created a miniature one for this dessert table.

 

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Another unique alternative to an actual wedding cake? Layers of cinnamon buns, dressed up with flowers and icing by DiBartolo Bakery of Collingswood.

 

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Sweet Eats pulled out all the stops for this gilded two-tier concoction, inspired by “The Great Gatsby.”

 

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The “naked” cake craze (that’s no icing) is sweeping the nation, and Sweet T’s Bakery in Haddonfield nailed the trend with this lovely, feminine, two-tier vanilla cake.

 

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Naked chocolate cakes like this one from Classic Cake are dramatic and striking. The raspberries add the perfect pop of color.

 

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DiBartolo knows drama – this four-tier cake is eye-catching from its intricate gold piping to the silhouetted cake topper. You have to look closer to see the subtle rhinestones at the base of each layer, but this cake is worth a second look.

 

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Sweet T’s detailed four-tier cake took our breath away – the fondant is hand-painted with a pastoral scene. The tree trunk secondary cake adds the perfect finishing touch.

 

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Why settle for one cake when you can have two? Classic Cake created two sweetheart cakes for the bride and groom.

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