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Five must-follow wedding cake makers

Amy Morgan

Whether you’re hankering for buttercream, naked or traditional, we’ve lined up five local wedding cake makers to salivate over.

Forty Two Cakes

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Rachel and Alec make up the team behind Forty Two Cakes who deliver to both Sydney and Canberra. We love the intricate details within the multi-tiered and layered cakes. Swirled buttercream, dripping icing, naked multilayers, fresh berries and floral arrangements are just a few details that are featured on a custom forty two cake.

La Ombre Creations

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Stepping away from the traditional wedding cake, La Ombre Creations make pastel multilayered cakes that are dreamy and whimsical, as well as creating desserts. Their feed will not disappoint with star appearances of dessert table centrepieces and a delectable meringue tower cake.

Cakes of your dreams

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The traditional wedding cake stands as the inspiration for this cake vendor’s beautiful designs. Her feed features intricately detailed single to multi-tiered cakes. Opting for neutral, cool tones, the cake designer also creates naked multi-layered cakes. There is no doubt that you’ll find beauty and inspiration within this account.

Pip and Lou

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Camille from Pip and Lou creates a mixture of modern and traditional tiered cakes. Based in Canberra and having been open for four years, the public servant turned cake maker is celebrated for creating edible works of art.

Shakespeare’s Cakesphere

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Traditional and classic is done well by Shakespeare’s Cakesphere, but they can also go all out (see the above upside down, hanging cake for instance!) Featuring over 12 flavour combinations, Shakespeare’s Cakesphere is able to customise and build cakes for many occasions.

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Amy Morgan

Amy traded cities to complete a double degree in Advertising and Graphic Design and like any over-excited student, she is eager and hungry to develop her skills and broaden her mindset. Absolutely impressed by the Canberran way of life, Amy is always taken aback by the impressive sunrises, which can only truly be experienced atop a high mountain and under the expansive night sky. Amy is truly optimistic, constantly seeking out the nature of the unknown and the many adventures that could lay within it.

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