Where to Find Your Dream Wedding Cake from Coast to Coast

You’ll have no trouble finding The One from our list of dainty and delicious confectionaries

Victoria Christie

In case you missed the hundreds of wedding and engagement posts blowing up your timeline, we are in *peak* wedding season. And if your big day is coming up and you’ve got your dream dress and killer bachelorette party on lock, it’s time to get your wedding cake situ in order. It can be incredibly overwhelming to choose your dream cake with all of the options out there (buttercream or fondant? what kind of cake stand do you want? flowers or no flowers?), but think of us like your virtual wedding planner.

So, before you go into a bridal breakdown, know that we delved deep into the world of confectionaries and rounded up where to find the best wedding cakes across Canada, plus which flavours are a must-try (strawberry champagne cake, anyone?). From vegan and gluten-free goodies to multi-tiered masterpieces, you’ll easily say “I do” to these gorge gateaus.

Best Wedding Cakes in Vancouver

Wedding cakes Vancouver: A grey marble cake with flowers from Vancouver's Cake By Annie, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Cake By Annie in Vancouver (Photo: Courtesy Cake By Annie)

A. Elizabeth Cakes

Find it: 119-3823 Henning Dr., Burnaby, aelizabethcakes.com
The low-down: Just a quick 20-minute drive from downtown Vancouver, this Instagram-worthy kitchen and studio space is truly what confectionary dreams are made of. The white and pale pink interior is the perf backdrop to Anna Elizabeth Wawzonek’s elegant cakes adorned with flowers, pearls and gold accents.
Prices: 
Starting at $500 per cake, $9 per serving for custom cakes
Most unique flavour: Blackberry Bergamot, a decadent chocolate cake laced with earl grey milk chocolate ganache, blackberry buttercream and fresh blackberries
AppointmentsBy appointment only

The Cake & The Giraffe

Find it: 1740 W 2nd Ave., tcandtg.ca
The low-down: This playful shop does the most beautiful custom wedding cakes that are unlike anything else (think: watercolour, calligraphy and geometric accents). And the story behind the bakery’s name is just as sweet. Owner and cake designer Dalana has a major obsession with giraffes ever since she was called one as a kid for being super tall. How cute!
Prices:
 Starting at $8 per serving
Most unique flavour: Heirloom Cake, a vanilla cake with lavender buttercream, vanilla custard and lavender simple syrup—you’ll feel like your wedding is in the foothills of Provence
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Joconde Patisserie

Find it: 909 Mainland St., joconde.ca
The low-down: Known for custom cakes and other sweet treats, this dessert catering company delivers when it comes to elegant and timelessly romantic confections. If you’re looking for sugar flowers, pastel hues and dainty decals, this spot is for you.
Prices:
Starting at $6 to $8 per serving, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: Eastern, a cardamom cake with a sweet saffron buttercream, white chocolate ganache and toasted almonds for a confection that will have all of your guests coming back for seconds (or thirds)
AppointmentsBy appointment only

La Gateau Bake Shop

Find it: 3458 E Hastings St., legateaubakeshop.com
The low-down: Owner and pastry chef Tanya Muller is the mastermind behind all of the shop’s jaw-dropping creations. You’ll find everything from gold tiers to hand-painted patterns and rich hues.
Prices:
Starting at $8 per serving for custom cakes
Most unique flavour: Coconut Passion Gateau, a coconut cake infused with passion fruit and layered with fresh raspberries and vanilla meringue buttercream. Bonus: They also have a vegan chocolate ganache with coconut milk and gluten-free options so everyone can enjoy a slice of your delish wedding cake.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Cake By Annie

Find it: Annie designs her gorgeous cakes from her home in Vancouver, so you can call or email her to book an appointment, cakebyannie.com
The low-down: This custom cake biz is owned by confectionary whiz Annie McTavish, who creates the most stunningly diverse cakes. From gothic-style drip cakes (for the ultimate dark romance wedding) to marble masterpieces, you’ll find your dream cake no matter what your wedding style is.
Prices: Starting at $6 to $14 per serving (minimum order is $350 per cake)
Most unique flavour: You can create your own custom flavours, so the options are truly endless, but if you can’t decide, we recommend the lemon cake with lemon curd and lemon buttercream for a tart treat.
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Best Wedding Cakes in Calgary

Wedding cakes Calgary: A white cake with gold accents and roses from Calgary's Whippt Desserts, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Whippt Desserts in Calgary (Photo: Kristi Sneddon Photographer)

Swirl Custom Cakes & Desserts

Find it: The staff works out of their private commercial kitchen in Calgary, so you can call or email them to book an appointment, swirlcakes.ca
The low-down: No task is too small when it comes to designing your dream cake. Head over to their design studio and let the talented bakers bring your one-of-a-kind vision into a reality (no matter how OTT). They also offer vegan and gluten- and dairy-free cakes if you or your guests have dietary restrictions.
Prices:
Starting at $4.75 to $6.25 per serving, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: They have a drool-worthy roster of cake, icing and filling options you can choose from (like cinnamon sugar cream cheese filling, peppermint icing or chili chocolate cake) for a cake that looks—and tastes—unique to you and your boo.
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Whippt Desserts

Find it: 5329 72 Ave. SE #4, whippt.ca
The low-down: Look no further than Whippt for all of your wedding confectionary needs. Their flavour menu is so gourmet and their custom designs will speak to you and your boo. Want to amp up your dessert table? They also offer candy bars and sweetscapes (think: macaroons, cupcakes and cookies) that match your wedding theme.
Prices:
Starting at $5 to $8+ per serving, depending on the level of artistic intricacy
Most unique flavour: Pistachio & Strawberry for a simple, yet elegant flavour combo with layers of pistachio cake, dark chocolate ganache, vanilla bean buttercream and fresh strawberries
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Cake Bake Shoppe

Find it: 11 McKenzie Towne Ave. SE #230, cakebakeshoppe.ca
The low-down: This award-winning family-run bakery is one-hundo p nut-free (yaaas!). Their wedding cake style includes lots of rich jewel tones, florals and elegant flecks of metallics for a statement-making centrepiece to your special day.
Prices: 
Starting at $5.50 to $7 per serving, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: Mochaccino, which will satisfy the coffee lover in all of us—chocolate cake with an espresso buttercream and dark chocolate ganache
AppointmentsDrop in to the retail store or book an appointment

Best Wedding Cakes in Edmonton

Wedding cakes Edmonton: A textured floral cake with a pink ribbon from Edmonton's The Art of Cake, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

The Art of Cake in Edmonton (Photo: Courtesy The Art of Cake)

Whisk Dessert Co.

Find it: 2 Sir Winston Churchill Ave., St. Albert, overthetopcakes.ca
The low-down: Formerly known as Over the Top Cakes, this eclectic bakery offers up fresh cupcakes, macarons and custom wedding cakes for local brides and grooms. Owner and lead decorator Jennifer Grey has even made cakes for Drake and Rihanna, so need we say more?
Prices: Starting at $7 to $12 per serving, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: Strawberry Champagne—turns out bubbly isn’t just meant for your glass. This sweet (and seriously celebratory) treat is the perf flavour combo for a wedding party that likes to leave it all on the dance floor, while still keeping it classy. *clink*
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

The Art of Cake

Find it: 11811 105 Ave. NW, theartofcake.ca
The low-down: Gloria Bednorz (a.k.a the wedding cake queen) is the reason why this seriously sweet bakery is a must-try in the YEG if you and your boo are tying the knot. Her signature style is very feminine and elegant with lots of delicate ruffles, sugar flowers and bows—trés chic, non?
Prices:
Starting at $5 per serving
Most unique flavour: No matter what sweet selection you make, you can’t go wrong with any of their delectable flavours like red velvet, chocolate, vanilla, lemon and carrot.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Whimsical Cake Studio

Find it: 8716 109 St. NW, whimsicalcakestudio.ca
The low-down: Located in the historic Garneau theatre building in Old Strathcona, this from-scratch bakery delivers on personality-packed custom cakes. It all starts with baker and cake designer Darcy Scott (nicknamed The Infinite Yums) who creates colourful—and yes, whimsical—cakes for any type of wedding.
Prices:
Starting at $200 each for two-tier cakes, $400 each for custom cakes
Most unique flavour: Let your palette decide with samples from their expansive menu. We’re currently eyeing the graham cracker cake and brown butter honey icing for our dream wedding creation. Plus, gluten-free and vegan babes can have their pick too with vanilla velvet and chocolate cakes!
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Best Wedding Cakes in Saskatoon

Wedding cakes Saskatoon: A pink rose cake from Saskatoon's Crave, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Crave in Saskatoon (Photo: Genevieve Renee)

Sliced Decadence

Find it: Sherry works out of her private commercial bakery in Saskatoon, so you can call or email her to book an appointment, sliceddecadence.ca
The low-down: Cake designer and baker extraordinaire Sherry Sawatzky has perfected the art of unfussy wedding cakes inspired by nature (bonus: she uses fresh ingredients with no artificial flavours or colours). From fresh flowers and foliage to textured buttercream, these creations are perfect for the simple bride.
Prices:
$215 to $550+ per cake
Most unique flavour: Saskatoon Berry Cream, a rich vanilla cake filled with the province’s most iconic berry (they look like blueberries but taste more sweet and nutty) and layered with a vanilla cream cheese frosting—this flavour is so prairie chic.
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Crave

Find it: 802 Broadway Ave., cravecupcakes.ca
The low-down: With locations all across Calgary, Edmonton and Saskatoon, this staple West coast bakery started with sisters Jodi Willoughby and Carolyne McIntyre Jackson. They proudly use their grandmother’s chocolate cake recipe and their mom’s vanilla cake recipe, so you know their desserts get the stamp of approved from all generations. 
Prices:
$105 to $365 per cake
Most unique flavour: From rosettes to watercolour, you can choose between nine completely customizable cakes, depending on your wedding’s vibe. Cake not your style? Order a tier of cupcakes instead (don’t worry, the chic ombré icing and minimalist stand make these more elegant wedding than kid’s birthday party).
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Almost Heaven Wedding Cakes

Find it: 50 Manitou Ct., almostheavenweddingcakes.ca
The low-down: Inez Sanche is the confectionary mastermind behind Almost Heaven, an at-home wedding cake business. (She’s been making wedding cakes for over 20 years.) All of her designs are custom made, including the flavours and the decorations, so no two cakes will ever be the same.
Prices:
$3.50 per serving
Most unique flavour: From raspberry to lemon poppyseed and chocolate mint, you will have a hard time deciding which one to pick for your one-of-a-kind confection.
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Best Wedding Cakes in Winnipeg

Wedding cakes Winnipeg: A floral and white ruffled cake from Winnipeg's Jenna Rae Cakes, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Jenna Rae Cakes in Winnipeg (Photo: Brittany Mahood)

Sweet Impressions

Find it: 669 Stafford St., sweetimpressions.ca
The low-down: The minute you open the door of this beautiful nut-free bakery, you’ll feel like you stepped inside a Tumblr feed (think: menus printed in calligraphy, brightly coloured confections and a freakin’ doughnut wall). Plus, their wedding cakes are painted with watercolour and metallic hues and decorated with fresh flowers.
Prices:
 $125 to $595+ per cake
Most unique flavour: Vegan brides, rejoice! They have an entirely vegan menu of cakes and icings (salted caramel! cookies n’ cream icing! marble cake!) so you can *actually* enjoy your wedding cake along with your guests on the big day.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Jenna Rae Cakes

Find it: 580 Academy Rd., 1 Forks Market Rd., The Forks, 2nd Floor, jennaraecakes.com
The low-down: From the chalkboard menus to the hanging plants and pastel pink décor, this seriously chic bakery—owned by twin sisters Jenna Rae and Ashley Nicole—is just begging to be snapped. You also have to check out their Instagram to add a dash of colourful sweets to your feed, including their jaw-dropping wedding cakes.
Prices:
$12 to $15 per serving
Most unique flavour: Salted Dark Chocolate Espresso for the coffee-loving couple looking for a decadent, chocolaty cake that’s just the perfect amount of sweet
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Cake Studio

Find it: 1483 Wellington Ave., cakestudio.ca
The low-down: This sophisticated mom-and-pop cake business is owned by couple Nina Notaro and David Latour who specialize in handmade sugar flowers (*swoon*). Cake designer Nina works closely with her clients to sketch and create the perf cake for every couple, no matter what their wedding style is.
Prices:
$8.50 to $14 per serving
Most unique flavour: They’ve got a helpful visual guide for all of their cake and filling flavours on their website. (We dare you not to drool.) Not sure where to start? Try the champagne cake with a Ferrero Rocher or SKOR filling—then, maybe invite us to your wedding so we can devour this cake IRL?
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Best Wedding Cakes in Toronto

Wedding cakes Toronto: A floral and peal pink and white cake from Toronto's Bobbette & Belle, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Bobbette & Belle in Toronto (Photo: Courtesy Bobbette & Belle)

Finespun Cakes & Pastries

Find it: Alexandria works out of their private commercial bakery in Toronto, so you can call or email them to book an appointment, finespuncakes.com
The low-down: This custom cake company’s designs have splashed the pages of the most popular wedding magazines, like Weddingbells, Love Inc. and Today’s Bride. Each creation is truly a work of art with handmade sugar flowers, intricate icing details and the most timeless pastel hues.
Prices:
$4.50 to $5.50 per serving, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: Pistachio cake with a raspberry buttercream for a nutty, yet tart pairing that works perfectly together. Or, you can check out their ultimate list of cake and buttercream flavours and choose your own dream duo.
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Bobbette & Belle

Find it: 1121 Queen St. E, 3347 Yonge St., bobbetteandbelle.com
The low-down: Owners and confectionary geniuses Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell are at the helm of this charming Leslieville bake shop. Not only is the décor the straight out of a Pinterest board, but the incredibly romantic and divine cakes are the reason why this spot is *the* gateau go-to for bride and grooms.
Prices:
 $800 to $1,900 per cake, starting at $2,000 each for custom cakes
Most unique flavour: You can’t go wrong with a classic vanilla cake smothered in gianduja buttercream (milk chocolate and hazelnut). Plus, they have gluten-free chocolate and vanilla cake on the menu, too (praise be!).
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Sorelle and Co.

Find it: 161 Yorkville Ave., sorelleandco.com
The low-down: If you have dietary restrictions but don’t want to miss out the most important cake of your life (it’s your wedding day, duh), then this vegan, gluten-, soy- and nut-free bakery can whip you up the perfect cake. Plus, the interior, adorned with white booths, shelves of sweets and fresh flowers, is what Instagram dreams are made of.
Prices: 
$28 to $1,264 per cake but most average around $300
Most unique flavour: We’re currently eyeing the banana chocolate chip cake with a snickerdoodle frosting, perhaps? Let your palette decide with their expansive list of cakes and fillings.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

The Wedding Cake Shoppe

Find it: 859 College St., theweddingcakeshoppe.com
The low-down: This seriously sweet baking biz is owned and operated by sisters Sarah and Cindy Coelho (who also happened to win second place on the Food Network Challenge). Their playful aesthetic—think: feathers, ombré and 3D geometric accents—makes their creations pop in a sea of white wedding cakes.
Prices
: Starting at $7 to $7.50 per slice, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: The choice is yours with their selection of nut, fruit and classic buttercream frostings (we’re v. intrigued by the chai, green tea and toasted coconut frostings), plus delish cake flavours like vanilla bean, baked blueberry and marble
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Le Dolci

Find it: 1006 Dundas St. W, ledolci.com
The low-down: This cooking-studio-meets-bakery in Dundas West has a rustic-chic interior with exposed brick walls that contrast beautifully with the drool-worthy displays of baked treats. In a pinch? You can order your wedding cake online and choose your fave cake and buttercream flavours!
Prices:
$80 to $2,000+ per cake
Most unique flavour: Their flavour choices are pretty classic (the decoration is truly where the wow-factor comes into play), so if you’re more of a traditional bride, vanilla, chocolate and red velvet will be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Best Wedding Cakes in Ottawa

Wedding cakes Ottawa: A floral and gold cake from Ottawa's The Girl With the Most Cake, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

The Girl With the Most Cake in Ottawa (Styling: The Design-Co, Photo: Union Eleven)

ThimbleCakes

Find it: 369 Bank St., thimblecakes.ca
The low-down: With vintage furniture, modern light fixtures and shiny glass cases full of baked goods, the interior of this downtown vegan bakery is trés chic, but their wedding cakes truly steal the show. From naked cakes (no frosting for more of a laid-back vibe) to mesmerizing ombré buttercream, you’ll have a hard time believing they’re all vegan.
Prices: 
$72 to $2,000 per cake
Most unique flavour: Whether you’re vegan or gluten-free, every cake on their stunning roster can be tailored to fit your specific diet needs and is decorated in vanilla buttercream that can be personalized to fit your wedding’s theme.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

The Girl With the Most Cake

Find it: 2680 Dunrobin Rd., Dunrobin, thegirlwiththemostcake.com
The low-down: Together, owners Linda Bartlett and Amy Forrest have backgrounds in sculpting and industrial design, so you know their cakes are out-of-this-world. From flecks of gold to watercolour and geode designs, these creations prove that the saying on their website, “if you are what you eat, eat pretty things,” is definitely true.
Prices:
$7 to $15 per serving
Most unique flavour: Zesty Lemon, Belgian Chocolate (they have a gluten-free option, too), Vanilla Bean or Fragrant Carrot are your flavours of choice (which are all excellent in our humble opinion) and pack their own punch on your palette thanks to the use of fresh, non-artificial ingredients.
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Dulce Couture Cakes

Find it: 3L8, Lightfoot Pl., dulcecouturecakes.ca
The low-down: This home business, run by cake designer Gabriela, offers an intimate one-on-one experience for couples to design their dream wedding cake, from picking the flavours to the decorations and the cake stand. If you want to be a part of the artistic process, Gabriela can bring your creative vision to life for your big day.
Prices: $4 to $13+ per serving, but as each cake is custom made, prices will vary
Most unique flavour: Banana cake with a dulce de leche cream and chopped walnuts because you seriously can’t go wrong with banana and caramel, amiright?
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Artistic Cake Design

Find it: 1390 Clyde Ave. #106, artisticcakedesign.ca
The low-down: With over 40 years in the cake business, this family owned and operated bakery is an institution in the nation’s capital. Their roster of designs range from sugar bows to silk ribbons and edible flowers which will def satisfy the more traditional bride.
Prices: 
As each cake is custom made, prices will vary
Most unique flavour: Cherry for a sweet, yet tart surprise that tastes nothing like the cough syrup you had as a kid, trust
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Best Wedding Cakes in Montreal

Wedding cakes Montreal: A geometric cake with flowers and a metal piece from Montreal's Sweet Savour by Felicia, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Sweet Savour by Felicia in Montreal (Photo: Lana Nimmons Photography)

Pâtisserie Dolci Più

Find it: 849 Decarie Blvd., Saint-Laurent, dolcepiu.ca
The low-down: The name of this sweet biz means “desserts and more” in Italian which is perfectly fitting for this bistro, cafe and pastry shop. Not only are their baked goods to die for, but their custom cakes are what make them a buzz-worthy biz (think: black and white stripe, golden chevron and elegant white ruffles).
Prices: 
As each cake is custom made, prices will vary
Most unique flavour: Grand Marnier—this orange-based liqueur tastes a lot like brandy but has a nice citrus note to it, making it an excellent choice paired with a rich buttercream icing. (*chef’s kiss*)
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Sweet Couture

Find it: Claudine works out of her private bakery in Montreal, so you can call or email her to book an appointment, sweetcouture.biz
The low-down: Combining her love of haute couture and cake design, owner Claudine Verstraelen creates gorgeous cakes fit for the most prestigious editors, designers and bloggers in the fashion scene. From quilt patterns to cascading flowers and strings of pearls, these creations are very bon chic bon genre.
Prices:
Starting at $6 per serving (which includes consultation, sketching and tasting)
Most unique flavour: Passion Fruit, which is ideal for a colourful, summer wedding thanks to the cake’s light-as-air texture and fresh, fruity taste
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Yuki Bakery

Find it: 1744 Rue William #604, yukibakery.comz
The low-down: This award-winning nut-free bakery is owned by pastry whiz Yukiko Sekiya who has perfected her craft in Tokyo, San Fransisco and Montreal. Her wedding cakes—made with sugar cherry blossoms, rose gold metallic hues and intricate icing designs—are truly works of art.
Prices:
$7 to $15 per serving
Most unique flavour: Green Tea, if you’re looking to hop on the matcha bangwagon for your wedding festivities. If you and your boo aren’t a traditional couple, this flavour is for you
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Sweet Savour by Felicia

Find it: Felicia works out of her private bakery in Montreal, so you can call or email her to book an appointment sweetsavourbyfelicia.com
The low-down: If you’re looking for a non-traditional wedding cake that will truly pack a punch on your big day, look no further than Australian-born cake guru Felicia Wong. We cannot get enough of her modern designs, ranging from sleek grey and white geometric patterns to v. trendy marble.
Prices:
$10 to $15 per serving
Most unique flavour: Maple Pecan, a divine flavour combo that pays homage to the True North—perf for any type of wedding, whether it’s rustic, minimalist or modern
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Pâtisserie Montebello

Find it: 3340 Rue Fleury E, patisseriemontebello.com
The low-down: This charming boulangerie and cake shop is run by the Chiazzese family who believe that love is the best ingredient for making their treats taste so good (how cute!). Their wedding cakes are the talk of the town because of their modern styles that look—and taste–incredible.
Prices:
As each cake is custom made, prices will vary
Most unique flavour: Mascarpone (Italian cream cheese) with mixed berries for a fresh, delicate dessert that will be just as timeless as your wedding
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Best Wedding Cakes in Halifax

Wedding cakes Halifax: A blush pink cake with foliage and berries from Halifax's Gateaux Rose, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Gateaux Rose in Halifax (Photo: Courtesy Gateaux Rose)

Frosting Cake & Event Design

Find it: 79 Queen St., Dartmouth, frostingcakesandevents.com
The low-down: Just a 10-minute drive from downtown Hali, this sweet boutique bakery is super close if you want to pop in the shop and drool over the cakes IRL. The team custom makes all of their wedding creations so you’ll never have the same cake as another bride in the city.
Prices:
Starting at $3.50 to $5 per serving
Most unique flavour: Lemon cake with a lemon raspberry buttercream for a tart, summery treat that has a light-as-air texture. Looking for more of a classic confection? You can’t go wrong with their signature vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Layers Cakes

Find it: 1276 Barrington St., layersweddingcakes.com
The low-down: This confectionary biz is best known for their realistic sugar flowers which make their custom wedding cakes so special. No matter what your wedding style is, Layers Cakes has got you covered. Plus, their petit brick-and-mortar bakery—with turquoise vintage furniture, dainty display cases and chandeliers—is too cute for words.
Prices:
$600 to $800 per cake
Most unique flavour: The possibilities are endless when it comes to the cakes, filings and icings you can choose from. Can’t decide? Try the Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla cake layered with almond buttercream. (*drools*)
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Gateaux Rose

Find it: Crystal works out of her private bakery in Dartmouth, so you can call or email her to book an appointment or you can find her at the Halifax Seaport Farmers Market and pop up markets around the city, gateauxrose.ca
The low-down: This one-woman bakery is run by confectionary boss Crystal Ross, who has mastered the art of minimalism when it comes to her wedding cakes. Each of her designs is covered in white or pastel buttercream and decorated with fresh flowers, foliage and berries. Ugh, so chic right?
Prices:
$4 to $8 per serving 
Most unique flavour: Roasted Plum and Vanilla Bean, a truly one-of-a-kind combination that will leave your guests (and their taste buds) in awe
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Best Wedding Cakes in Charlottetown

Wedding cakes Charlottetown: A marble cake with roses and blue accents at Charlottetown's Butter, one of the best wedding cakes in Canada

Butter in Charlottetown (Photo: Jessi Lauren)

Christine’s Cake Creations

Find it: Christine works out of her private bakery in Charlottetown, so you can call or email her to book an appointment, christinescakecreations.net
The low-down: For over 30 years, cake veteran Christine MacDonald has been whipping up cakes for her close friends and family. Now, she’s making creations for all of Charlottetown’s brides and grooms (praise be!) that feel simultaneously timeless and contemporary.
Prices:
$375 to $800+ per cake
Most unique flavour: Red velvet cake with a cream cheese frosting for a decadent and delicious confection if you’re *so* over just-your-average vanilla or chocolate cake
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Butter

Find it: Chelsea works out of her private bakery in Charlottetown, so you can call or email her to book an appointment, @butterpastries
The low-down: For the modern bride who wants rustic touches for her seaside wedding, this at-home bakery is perf for you. Chelsea does the most gorgeous marble cakes with specks of ocean blue and gold, plus fresh seasonal flowers and foliage for the ultimate natural, yet chic treat.
Prices:
Starting at $4 per serving
Most unique flavour: Pumpkin Spice, which would be perfect for a cozy fall wedding—and FYI, this flavour is anything but basic
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Candi’s Cakes

Find it: 170 Great George St., candiscakes.ca
The low-down: This friendly bakery and lunch counter is known for their sweet and simple wedding cakes, which work perfectly for small weddings. Their elegant, minimalist designs—adorned with flowers and calligraphy signs—will make a statement on your big day.
Prices:
Starting at $105 per cake
Most unique flavour: Orange Creamsicle for the couple who wants to relive their childhood on their wedding day (saaame!)
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

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