Pastel iced doughnuts decorated with crystallised edible flowers and mini chocolate eggs? Could these be any more pretty and totally perfect for a spring wedding.

Made by TNWC Recommended Supplier Eat My Flowers, inspired by Martha Stewart, these doughnuts are made using bought doughnuts, a simple icing, and crystallised flowers. I would love to try this out with mini ring doughnuts (if such a thing exists!) – packaged in individual brown craft boxes wouldn’t they make lovely wedding favours? In fact I don’t think they’d make it home!


Read more

Doughnut wedding cake tower

I have a thing about doughnuts, the really good ones that is.  Near where my parents live there used to be a bakery that reputedly sold the best jam doughnuts in England, and I am pretty sure they were.  They were scrumptious and filled with real raspberry jam and covered in sugar.

If you’re not a huge fan of cake, there’s no reason to say that you can’t find another sweet treat that you love – such as doughnuts – and create a wedding cake from them.  I’ve seen ring doughnuts with pink icing and sprinkles all stacked up on top of each other, but this idea of using doughnut holes to create a croquembouche style wedding cake I really love.  As I understand it, these doughnut holes are stuck onto a cone-shaped mould, but I’d like to think a skilled cake maker or family friend could make you a true tower of nothing but doughnut holes iced together.

Read more

How cute is this vintage picnic style wedding?  It looks so relaxed and fun, from the picnic blankets and paper decorations hung from the trees…

…to the wedding cake made from doughnuts…

…and country flowers…

Read more

Seasonal wedding ideas:

Browse the blog:

Brides Sign Up

Sign up and save your favourite businesses, add ideas to your wedding wish list and receive beautiful inspiration straight to your inbox



Become part of the definitive online resource for planning a natural, eco-friendly wedding and connect with engaged couples seeking products and services just like yours.