Post # 31
I like #1 but both are pretty. I like the detail on #1 better. I don’t like the bows though, but I don’t like bows in general on pretty much anything. They seem silly to me unless you are actually tying something. But that’s just me.
Post # 32
As other PPs have suggested, cake #1 with topper on cake #2. Ugh now I want cakeeee
Post # 33
I prefer the cleaner lines of option one. Both work for your theme though 🙂
Post # 34
I think if you’re having a very elegant wedding, #1 fits the bill. I find the second one beautiful, but, a little more casual than the first one.
Post # 35
#1. It reminds me of my cake and it was also from Palermo’s which is where your picture is from!
Post # 37
I’m going against the grain, but I really love #2! It’s softer and more romantic, whereas the first is blingy and glam. Which one fits your wedding and venue better?
Post # 38
The first one looks fancier to me. However, if the first one is fondant and the second is buttercream, then it may be tastier to go with the second one.
Post # 39
michelle89: I would do cake #2 with no bow because I like the rosettes. I don’t like the bows at all, they are too large and takw away from any elegance.
Post # 40
Cake one for sure! I’m not a fan of rosettes though… They are far simpler to do than many decorations, so they don’t look fancy to me.
Post # 42
I don’t like the style of bow on the cakes, but number 2 is less ‘busy’ so I like that one better.
Post # 43
- Wedding: Classy outside beer garden.
I really like the first one. Maybe you could get a cute cake topper off of Etsy? That’s where we are getting ours from they have so many options!
Post # 44
Option 2. I feel like there is to much going on with cake 1. I have a more simpler taste though so i like simple and not busy.
Post # 45
Option number 1 for me hunny. Looks more cleaner and elegant x