Wedding Cakes

January 2024
Wedding cakes may be a centuries-old tradition, but that hasn’t stopped them from evolving right alongside wedding design. Here, we share a few swoon-worthy styles by local pastry chefs.

February 2015
Celebrate the season in sweet fashion with a feast for the eyes and palate. Gathering Events and a trio of Charleston’s top pastry chefs inspire just that with these swoon-worthy dessert tables

May 2014
Wood turner Ashley Harwood crafts custom cake stands that you’ll love long after the last crumb is gone

September 2013
Heirloom style gets a modern accent when Easton Events’ Lynn Easton and Augusta Cole update a classic piece with a simple twist

September 2013
<p> Melissa Barton of A Charleston Bride shows how easy creating an elegant setting can be when you stay neutral</p>

September 2013
Lisa Thomas and Keller Perry of Ooh! Events fashion a decadent dessert bar for a playful couple

September 2012
Beautiful things happen when three Charleston cake pros are inspired by a host of stunning, locally designed gowns

September 2012
Satisfy even the mightiest sweet tooth with these utterly decadent Lowcountry treats, perfect for favors and dessert spreads 

September 2011
Ooh! Events joins Charleston bakers and confectioners to show how to streamline all the sweet treats at your wedding

August 2010
Who says newlyweds can’t have their crêpe and eat it, too?

April 2010
A priceless trove of unique Charleston antiques—generously loaned by avid collector Dawn Evers-Corley—inspired this batch of wedding cakes photographed at the historic Governor Thomas Bennett House

February 2010
Let your wedding palette, patterns, and florals inspire its sweet treats

August 2009
Easy crafts transform plain Jane (but tasty) treats into something stunning. Plus, great coordinating wedding projects, all from Ooh! Events.

August 2009
Baked confectioners and Sideshow Press stationers accent a smorgasbord of sweet treats with fancy cupcakes, hot cocoa favors, and stenciled brownies

August 2009
Revive a centuries-old tradition at your reception