Over the Top Celebrity Wedding Cakes

As you plan your wedding, there will be moments when you wonder if you’re going a little too far; have you ordered too many wedding favors or is there too much tulle present in your wedding décor? While deciding where to draw the line, take a step back and enjoy these over-the-top celebrity wedding cakes!

Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani

This couple enjoyed a 4-tier wedding cake with ivory-colored icing for their reception. The cake was covered in black magic roses for a romantic and vintage feel. This huge cake was not only truly beautiful, but enough to serve hundreds of guests!

Gwen Stefani's Wedding Cake

Photo Source: celebritybrideguide.com

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes

The TomKat wedding featured a beautiful monotone 5-tier white chocolate mousse wedding cake covered in marzipan roses. This cake had a very classic feel, with romantic roses and elegant piping. The layers were rounded slightly to give the cake a very uniform feel.

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes' Wedding Cake

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Mariska Hargitay and Peter Hermann

This wedding cake was truly unique and very over the top. It was a 6-tier cake that was seven feet tall and featured both chocolate and vanilla flavoring. It featured a gorgeous Swarovski crystal wedding cake topper.

Celebrity Wedding Cake

Photo Source: celebritybrideguide.com

Donald Trump and Melania Knauss

Perhaps the most over the top cake of all was that of Donald Trump and wife Melania Knauss. This Grand Marnier chiffon cake was only 7 tiers, but it weighed 50 pounds and was painstakingly covered in 3,000 white icing roses. The work that went into this cake was phenomenal and without a doubt the cake served hundreds.

Donald Trump Wedding Cake

Photo Source: weddingcakes.org.uk

These beautiful cakes were no doubt delicious, but they’re so outrageously huge and elaborate that they’ll make you feel better next time you worry about ordering too many hors d’oeuvres.

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