Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Ombre cakes

Cake by Superfine Bakery, photo by Krista Mason (via Grey Likes Weddings)

Cake by Whipped Bakeshop

Cake by Martha Stewart Weddings

Cake by Cake Coquette, photo by Lisa Lefkowitz (via Style Me Pretty)

Cake by Nicki's Cakes, photo by Millie Holloman (via Style Me Pretty)

Cake by Cake Coquette via Landlocked Bride

Cake by Maggie Austin

Cake by Maggie Austin

I don't know if this look would be for me, but it sure is pretty to look at, don't you think?


  1. What exactly does Ombre mean? Also, I like the second and third and have a soft spot for the last. :)

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  3. These are so great! I love the blue one! Although I think it would be cooler if it was just one really tall cylinder.

  4. "Ombre" means "shaded" in French, and in design, it generally means having colors or tones that shade into each other, especially when the color is graduated from light to dark. Cool, huh?


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