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  • Khaki Bedford Photography

    Blow guests away with a donut tree! #alternativetoweddingcake #weddingdoughnuts © Khaki Bedford Photography / www.khakibedfordphoto.com

  • Mariska Dewet

    Brides.com: 31 Alternatives to the Classic Wedding Cake We've said it before, and we'll say it again: a traditional wedding cake will never go out of style. But why settle for a classic white confection when your wedding day should be an event that is uniquely yours? After all, you've customized every aspect of your day, starting with a meaningful ceremony and ending with a handpicked playlist of your favorite tunes. And yet when it comes to the wedding cake, couples often forgo personality in favor of tradition. Whether you just aren't a fan of standard big-day cakes or are obsessed with a specific sweet treat, your wedding dessert is the perfect opportunity to share your tastes with your guests. Select a confection that says something about you, or at the very least, is something you'll actually look forward to eating at the end of the night. Love donuts? Consider a huge stack of assorted artisanal flavors, so guests can pick and choose from your favorites! Did you dunk cookies in milk every day after school for your entire life? We found a clever stacked Oreo cookie cake you'll love. Also these alternative options are way easier on your budget when compared to a classic cake. Plus, they can be displayed at your reception all night long since they don't have to be formally cut or served. Ready to consider a creative twist on the traditional wedding dessert? Then check out 35 of our favorite alternatives to the classic wedding cake! Click through the slideshow to see all of our favorite nontraditional wedding dessert ideas! At left: a three-tiered tower of frosted donuts accented bunting banners, created by Dough.Photo: Khaki Bedford

  • Lauren Hoffpauir

    Brides.com: 31 Alternatives to the Classic Wedding Cake If this donut display isn't my ideal wedding cake.... I don't know what is...

  • Shallamar Marchione

    Handcrafted Doughnut Tree | Khaki Bedford Weddings | TheKnot.com I like this for centerpiece idea .. edible centerpiece

  • Stephanie Wrobel

    donut tower - brunch? rehearsal dinner? welcome party?

  • Alexandra MacHugh

    A Three-Tiered Wedding Donut Tower Nontraditional Wedding Cake Ideas

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What a good idea: If you are a traditonal bride who wants to incorporate your family history in your ceremony then place old family wedding pictures as a memory table for your guest to view..

Donut holes "tree" flaning the dessert bar- elegant and unpretentious all at once. Brings to mind the french wedding "cake" tradition of the croque en bouche, too! (we can get ours from Blue Dot donuts and keep things local!)

We have been doing donut birthday mornings since my teenagers were small. We rarely eat this stuff so it's a special treat on a special day! They still love it ♥

Gourmet Doughnuts! {Photo Credits: Row 1: Dee’s Mini Organic Doughnuts by Divine Order Photography via Green Wedding Shoes, Row 2: Milk & Pretty Donuts on Dessert Table by April O’Hare Photography, Row 3: “Snow” Coated Donuts On Custom Cake Stands by Justin Lee Photography via Inspired by This, Row 4: Doughnut Tower Groom’s Cake Alternative via Yum Sugar}

Personally, I think weddings should be a little serious. But, I'd gladly pay for (or make) any of these great geek cakes for our birthday celebrations.