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Rustic And Elegant Wedding Cakes by Edible Moments

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Love Story Cake: Edible Moments | Photo: Civic Photos | Venue: Julia Ideson Library

Rustic and elegant wedding cakes are in high demand for many Texas dessert tables, and Houston baker Wendy Hackney of Edible Moments is hitting the”sweet spot” for this and other wedding cake styles.

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8 Delicious Houston Wedding Cakes & Desserts

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Photo: Betsy Elizabeth Photography | Cake: Wink By Erica

If wedding cakes and sweet treats are on the menu for your reception, bridal shower or pre-wedding parties, we’ve got eight ideas from Houston’s A-list bakers to make your celebration even sweeter!

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5 Houston Bakers For Custom Wedding Cakes

Have your cake and eat it too…at least when it comes to your wedding day! Your cake will ideally fit with your theme, decor and venue, which makes it extremely important you choose the right bakery. When picking a bakery, check for reputable experience in creating custom wedding cakes. To make your search easier, choose any one of these expert bakers for a custom cake your guests will rave about long after your big day.

1. Susie’s Cakes & Confections

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Photo: Adam Nyholt, Photographer | Cake: Susie’s Cakes & Confections

Custom wedding cakes are a specialty for Susie’s Cakes & Confections. Here couples can choose from traditional white multi-tiered cakes to personalized cakes with intricate hand-painted designs. With decadent flavors including Italian Crème, Grand Marnier and Butter Kahlua, Susie’s cakes are just as delicious as they look, making them a favorite with Houston couples. Click here to read the rest of this post »