6 Specialty Wedding Cake Bakers in Georgia

Get the best specialty wedding cake and more from these Georgia bakeries.
by Carrie Chambers

Best for…Wedding Cupcakes

M Cupcakes & More
Schedule a meeting with these cupcake connoisseurs and choose from more than a dozen tasty confections to serve on your big day. Delivery is free within the Atlanta metro area. Atlanta, (404) 921-9628

Best for…Custom Wedding Cake Designs

Couture Cakes
For cakes that look as good as they taste, turn to this former design art director. Her couture creations are so pretty that you won't want to cut into them! Atlanta, (404) 310-2815

Best for…Sugar Flowers

Celso's Cakes
As a European-trained pastry chef and master, Chef Celso can match your hand-sculpted, edible blooms to the ones in your wedding bouquets. His realistic designs are perfect for garden weddings! Norcross, (770) 242-3040

Best for…Vegan Wedding Cakes

Southern Sweets Bakery
This Georgia favorite offers a wide selection of vegan cakes and desserts. Its old fashioned atmosphere and attention to detail has earned them quite a reputation in the South. Decatur, (404) 373-8752

Best for…Groom's Cake

Baker's Man, Inc.
Looking for someone to bake a personalized groom's cake that will knock his socks off? From mock sporting gear (think Atlanta Braves baseball jersey) to a classic black-and-white chess board, Baker's Man, Inc. specializes in duplicating passions into pastries. Alpharetta, (770) 664-9669

Best for…Fantastic Wedding Cake Flavors

For Goodness Cakes
Though their designs are divine, it's the taste that has brides raving about For Goodness Cakes. They can do traditional white with ease, but specialty flavors like orange velvet, toasted butter pecan, and almond joy will have your guests' mouths watering. Norcross, (404) 483-3916

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