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You’ve planned all the awesome details for your big day: the dress, the bouquets, the favors. One last detail that is usually thought of last minute is what to cut the cake with? Sure, you can find a basic set or just use what your caterer has on hand, but there is no reason why your wedding style can’t shine through this small, but key detail. Just for you, we’ve pulled together 25 of our favorite wedding cake cutter and server sets! From rustic wooden to vintage silver to modern black, there is something for every style wedding. Click on the images of your favorites to snag the one you love!
Get ready to snuggle up with this sweet fall engagement session captured by Amanda Zabrocki Photography! This couple owns a coffee bus (how cool is that??), so what better place to capture their love than at their cute business?
Coffee bus owners, Nick and Lori, knew they had a gem when they found this old broken down double decker bus outside a repair shop. After repairs, paint and a little retrofitting, Maebelle, the super rad double decker coffee bus was born! With their love of coffee and each other, what better backdrop for their own love story! Nick is even an expert at pouring those adorable little hearts in your lattes!
We are all about lush garden romance today with this shoot captured by McNiel Photography! The color palette of peach and sage is so romantic and perfect for any season. We love the bride’s modern vintage halo headpiece! The garden ceremony gives off the dreamiest Secret Garden vibes with the floral backdrop highlighting the iron gate.
We wanted to create a fashion-forward shoot that drew on royal, arts-inspired looks with hints of watercolor and European design. We really wanted to highlight all that the venue had to offer and accent its natural beauty with these concepts. The florist used lush, romantic feeling soft blooms. Many of the blooms were Wisconsin-grown, including tree peonies, campanula, starry clematis, and many more. Sally also included freshly foraged birch and poplar foliage and constructed a customized urn structure for the ceremony backdrop. The design was to stay textural, simple, and thoughtful. The featured dessert was a custom watercolor sugar cookie placed in our table setting.
Photography & Videography | McNiel Photography | Venue | Paine Art Center | Planning | Events to a T | Florals | Milwaukee Flower Co. | Stationery | Ever Yours Paper | Desserts | Sweet Tooth Milwaukee | Rentals | Relics Vintage Rentals | Linens | Windy City Linens | Hair & Makeup | Stylist Meg MKE | Dress | Miss Ruby Boutique | Jewelry | Paloma Wilder | Submitted via Matchology