Ink Sweets cakes are anything but cookie-cutter. We sat down with the talented designer to learn more about her unconventional take on wedding cakes.
Take Your Wedding Design To The Max
A sleek 1966 Chevelle Super Sport decked out in a floral arrangement by Studio C Floral and filled with an abundance of balloons from Girl Friday is the epitome of cool, whether coming or going. Ready to party, our bride glows with a teased-up ponytail, bold earrings and a flirty cocktail mini with gauzy puffed sleeves.
Chargers and menus pick up the mod pattern of the tablecloth. Eye-catching reds, pinks and yellows in centerpieces by Ink & Ivy Designs keep it fresh, while an airy update on era-inspired chairs from Collected & Co. keeps it funky.
As hearts overflow with love and a car overflows with balloons, our newlyweds are ready to float off to their new life together.
Dare to be different with this asymmetric cake by Ink Sweets. Kicky colors and a daring balancing act make it an offbeat masterpiece — especially when placed on something other than the standard linened table. This gel-backed stand by Girl Friday with florals by St. Cloud Flowers & Gifts provides the perfect alternative.
Quirky glass candleholders add a shapely element of intrigue to the tablescape. The lively font in the invitation suite by Hunt Wright Design Co. announces guests are in for a retro bash to remember.
Our bride has flower power on her side. Her capelet of fresh blooms, designed by Studio C Floral, smoothly transitions from hot, deep reds to cooler, soothing yellows, the perfect way to top off her loose, flowing gown. Her beaming groom awaits her, framed by a ceremony installation by Girl Friday and St. Cloud Floral and Gifts.
Every mid-mod party needs a signature cocktail cart. Decorative stands match the ceremony installation, and double as a display for vintage blush glassware from Rudy’s Event Rentals.