You'll Lose Your Marbles Over This Wedding Cake Trend

This summer's hottest wedding cakes are stone-cold stunning. This spring, home interiors were popping with marble accents and inventive bakers have translated that trend into sleek confections, Harper's Bazaar reports.

Feast your eyes on this gold-foiled beauty from Toronto's Cake Opera Co.

✨⚫️⚪️✨ #marblecake #blackandwhite #goldleaf #cake #birthdaycake #torontocakes #cakeartist

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This peony-topped gem from Melbourne baker Alisha Henderson looks almost too gorgeous to eat.

marble x

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The secret to the swirls is relatively simple. As Cake Journal demonstrated in a handy tutorial, the look is achieved by kneading together two or more complementary colors of fondant. Et voila! It yields an ultra-sophisticated cake, like this complex, marbleized glaze from Sydney bakery es.Z Cake Design.

Marble effect glaze~

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Not only is the result Instagram-ready, the marbleized appearance makes slicing into these cakes look like a Sword and the Stone-style magic trick. And if it tastes as flawless as it looks, this trend could become a wedding-reception mainstay. We certainly wouldn't complain.
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Obsessed with this trend 🙌🏽👌🏼 #marblecakes #trending

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