Wedding fads come and go so quickly, it’s hard to keep up — especially when it comes to the cake!
At first, the biggest trend in wedding cakes was pretty personalized designs, then cupcakes towers came along, then geode cakes were all the rage.
But in the blink of an eye, a new yummy wedding trend has popped up.
It definitely deviates from a traditionally tiered white wedding cake — because it isn’t a wedding cake at all.
Doughnuts are the newest, hottest sweet to eat at events, birthdays, and wedding receptions.
But rather than just being stacked one on top of each other, these doughnuts are displayed beautifully on their own little pegged walls.
These doughnut walls are a great way to decorate a dessert table, plus people can grab them as the please — but definitely not before snapping a photo!
Check below to see photos of these delicious, photogenic confections!
[H/T: Elite Daily]
Couples these days are definitely getting creative when it comes to their wedding receptions — especially when it comes to the desserts.
Constantly wanting to spice up traditional ideas, knottiers have displayed all kinds of interesting sweets at their weddings like edible flowers, cupcakes, and even rock candy.
But we are particularly obsessed with this newest wedding confection trend that has been popping up at receptions everywhere.
Rather than cakes, couples are celebrating their big day with doughnuts!
And what better way to display the yummy doughy rings than on their own little wall?
Doughnut walls are easy to install and also serve as a beautiful decoration for the big day.
They can even be coordinated so that their frosting makes a special, personalized shape!
Plus, they are totally portable. No need for plates, napkins, or knives when guests can grab a doughnut and enjoy on the go!
And they don’t have to just be for weddings. You can also install a wall at a birthday, opening, or a shower!
So if you are looking to wow guests at your wedding with an original confectionary idea, consider these mouthwatering walls!
What do you think of this fun wedding idea? Do you prefer cake or doughnuts?
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