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Trend Inspiration: Sprinkle and Confetti Cakes

Keep the background palette soft and innocent, for example white buttercream or soft pink. Pastels are paired best with startling pops of bright colours.

1st Feb 2017

Bright, eye-popping colour, give your cake a complete sprinkle shower

Keep the background palette soft and innocent, for example opt for a white or soft pink buttercream. Cool pastels are paired best with startling pops of bright colours, this is where your sprinkles come in. Make the exciting look of your cake match with some funky flavours and you could always bring in sweets like marshmallows and bubblegum. Our main rule for this trend: don't skimp on the confetti and sprinkles, we give full permission to use these in abundance and then some.

Buttons Birthday Cake by Sprinkle Bakes

Giant Donut Cake By Cake Girls

Gravity Sprinkle Cake by Hobby Craft

Marshmallow Candy Swirl Cake by Sprinkle Bakes

Birthday Cake By Style Sweet CA

Fondant Popsicle Cake by Erica Obrien

Unicorn Pinata by Crumbs and Doilies

Number stencil sprinkle cake By I heart baking 

Drop Dead Gorgeous By Katherine Sabbath

Galaxy Layer Cake by Sweetpolita

Big Confetti Sprinkle Cake by Bespoke Bride


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