10 Luxury Wedding Cakes By Common Bond Cafe & Bakery

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Cake: Common Bond Cafe & Bakery | Venue: Hotel Galvez & Spa | Linens: EB Inc. Event Rentals & Design | Photo: Ama By Aisha
You’re in for a sweet treat today loves because we are so excited to welcome Common Bond Cafe & Bakery to the blog to showcase this premium Houston bakery and their luxury wedding cakes and unique groom’s cakes! Although they’re named Common Bond, we can assure you there is certainly nothing common about them.

Everywhere in the world, a “common bond” that everyone shares is the love of good food. From this idea, Common Bond Cafe & Bakery was opened in May 2014 to create a comfortable space for the Houston community to gather to dine and bond over good food, extraordinary pastries and mouthwatering cakes. Only at Common Bond will you find Food Network’s award-winning Sarah Ono Jones crafting your perfectly sweet memory. Sarah is a nationally acclaimed custom cake designer who’s been with Common Bond Cakes since 2018 and has made cakes for Cirque de Soleil, HGTV and more! Sarah and her Common Bond Cakes team will truly design your wedding cake to be as unforgettable as your special day. From geode wedding cakes to yeti groom’s cakes and to everything deliciously in between, scroll down to see the visually stunning works of art Common Bond Cakes has to offer with these 10 luxury wedding cakes!

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Wedding Cake Q&A With Jasmine Rae Cakes

Jasmine De Lung, Designer Cakes, Custom Cakes, Couture Cakes, Wedding Cakes
All Photos: Jasmine De Lung, Jasmine Rae Cakes

With a background in fine arts and mural painting, and a master’s degree in psychology, San Francisco based wedding cake designer Jasmine de Lung, of Jasmine Rae Cakes, brings a wholly unique vision to wedding-cake design.

San Francisco Wedding Cake Jasmine Rae

Weddings in Houston: How does your formal fine-arts training come into play in your cake artistry?

Jasmine de Lung: In every way. As I’ve trained culinary students to make cakes, it’s clear to me how much of what I do is informed by my prior art education: mixing color, composition, sculpting, etc. I use my art training at every moment I’m working on a cake. Click here to read the rest of this post »