by: Lauren

Happy Friday everyone! It’s time for the weekly feature of a Detail To Love! Lately I’ve been kind of OBSESSED with cakes. There’s just something so amazing about a wonderfully designed cake. What I love the most is that you can make a huge design statement with your cake by making it a focal point of your wedding reception… which is precisely where cake backdrops come in! A few of my favorites…

Detail To Love: Cake Backdrops! via TheELD.comPhoto by Laura Ann Miller Photography, Full post here 

Detail To Love: Cake Backdrops! via TheELD.comPhoto by Britt Croft Photography, Full post here

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Photo by C STUDIOS, Via Style Me Pretty

Detail To Love: Cake Backdrops! via TheELD.comPhoto by Frenzel Photographers, Design by Jesi Haack Weddings, Via Grey Likes Weddings

I love anything that adds a bit of pretty to a wedding, and cake backdrops certainly do just that! Plus, it’s a great idea if you’re wanting something that will WOW your guests, but don’t necessarily have the budget to do an extravagant cake! So what do you think? Are you going to do a cake backdrop for your own wedding? If so, what will you be doing?

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Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.
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  1. Christy Harper

    wonderful location!! I love the details :)

  2. Crendo Photography

    Very useful post! At our most recent wedding the backdrop was a blank white wall — the cake was lovely (and tasty) but the photos would have had a lot more sizzle if there had been a backdrop.

  3. Ms Debbie

    Love this article.. you have no idea how many horrible backdrops I have seen over the last 20 years. I always mention this detail to my brides and still end up seeing the top 3: fire extinguisher, panic door exit devices and a row of switches/control.. I do not know how the photographers work around these in photos.

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