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Saturday, March 28, 2015

The top 10 wedding cakes in Toronto

wedding cakes torontoToronto brides have a wealth of talent to choose from when commissioning a wedding cake. These creative cake designers turn baking into an art form and their towering creations aren't just stunning focal points but delicious additions to any wedding.

Here are my picks for the top 10 wedding cakes in Toronto.

Bobbette & Belle

This bakery's two locations are highly reputed for making cakes as beautiful as they are delicious. Choose from nine flavours like red velvet or rich chocolate, combined with a choice of almost a dozen traditional Swiss meringue buttercream flavours like peanut butter or salted caramel. Signature tiered cake designs draw on fashion and textile designs featuring contemporary patterns, ombre gradients, embossed lace effects, and sugary adornments like flowers or ribbons.

Cake Opera Co.

Master cake designer Alexandria Pellegrino has closed her Eglinton West studio, but is set to relocate in 2015 to a new address on Queen St. West. Her extravagant original wedding cake designs are available for commission and are sure to be show-stoppers whether decorated in edible filigree, romantic motifs, or elegant architectural textures.

The Rolling Pin

Select from the current cake collection or custom-design your own intricate and original wedding cake from this boutique bakery at Yonge and Lawrence. Cakes can be created in almost a dozen flavours including chocolate, hazelnut and maple brown sugar, and frosted in flavours like wild blueberry, espresso or dulce de leche. Designs include cascading florals, ruffles, antique lace textures and satiny ribbons.

Bake Shoppe

Formerly known as the Wedding Cake Shoppe, this bakery on College boasts a whimsical portfolio of custom cakes. Choose from eight flavours of cake that range from classic vanilla to indulgent Snickerdoodle and pair with a selection of two dozen buttercreams and filling flavours like maple, spicy chai or green tea.

The Caketress

Lori Hutchinson is the Caketress (and a decorating instructor, and Food Network Star) and her stunning haute couture cake designs are available to be commissioned for wedding across the GTA. Her portfolio features towering bejeweled, gilded or sequin-covered cakes adorned with wafer flowers or geometric motifs. Ordering a year in advance is advised.


The tiny bakeshop on Delaware north of Bloor designs cakes that range from traditional tiers to outrageous sculptures. Select from a lineup of nine cake flavours including almond, pistachio or chocolate banana layers decorated with buttercream, ganache, citrus curd or fruit preserves.

Le Dolci

Make your wedding cake dreams a reality with a custom order from this Dundas West bakery. They offer classic cake flavours like mocha, Belgian chocolate and lemon poppy seed, and even some gluten-free flavours.


Celebration cakes from this Etobicoke bakery see moist sponge cakes in flavours like vanilla, dark chocolate or red velvet layered with fillings like Nutella, hazelnut, or Amaretto. The fondant covered creations are sculptural works of art.

I Do Wedding Cakes

The midtown bakery offers a budget friendly collection of multi-tiered cakes that can be customized to any colour scheme, and will feed up to 215 guests for under $1,000. The current collection boasts dozens of chic designs covered in dazzling sparkles, sugary ribbons, flowers and gilded patterns.


This by-appointment-only cake boutique specializes in custom cakes inspired by fashion, architecture and nature. Custom, one-of-a-kind creations come in a dozen cake flavours including pink velvet, and can be paired with delectable pastry creams, rich ganache, or signature buttercream flavours like blood orange or black cherry.

Did I miss any? Leave your picks for wedding cake bakeries in the comments.

Photo by Rebecca Wood Photography via The Caketress.

by Liora Ipsum via blogTO

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