Calling Krispy Kreme Lovers! 8 Ideas for Your Own Donut Wedding Cake Creation

Krispy Kreme Australia has a wedding collection and we're extremely jealous.

Donut Cake

Katie Davison

Cake is one of those desserts that is just hit or miss—you either love it or you hate it. But weddings are simply not complete without a traditional cake cutting. You know, the one where the newlyweds get all cutesy and shove cake in each other’s faces. 

So if you’re not a huge fan of cake and you want to mix it up a bit, there are plenty of ways to do so. Believe it or not, doughnut wedding cakes have been a trend (not to be confused with donut walls) we keep seeing more and more.

In fact, the need for wedding doughnuts was so great that Krispy Kreme Australia even created a “Celebrations” collection that features a “Wedding Dozen.” Hand-dipped and drizzled in white chocolate, these beautiful bridal doughnuts would make for the perfect donut stack as an alternative to the typical very pricey traditional cake.

So whether you want to stray away from cake or you and your future spouse are just doughnut fanatics, keep scrolling for the best ways to create a one-of-a-kind, yet classy doughnut cake. Put a ring (get it?) on it, and say “I dough” to these delicious doughnut cakes.

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Coming Up Roses

Donuts and Roses

Cake by Fruitilicious Cakes

Embellish the cake with ornate roses, and go with a vibrant color like fuchsia that really pops. Try a monochrome effect and match the color of the doughnuts to the flowers.

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Decadent Toppings

Pine Cone Bakery Donut Cake

Photo by Katie Davison. Cake by Pine Cone Bakery

Add doughnuts and other pastries to your cake in your wedding colors to tie it all together. Finish it off with some florals, edible pearl and glitter sprinkles, and metallic gold accents.

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Mix Up the Flavors

Flavorful cake

Photo by Tracy Bellman. Cake by Tres Belle Cakes

Don’t be afraid to include your favorite flavors and toppings. This cake features fan-favorite chocolate frosted and oreo coated. So mix up each layer of the stack with a different kind of donut to satisfy all your guests’ (and your) cravings!

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Finish With Fruit

Donut cakes with fruit

Photo and cake by Moretti ​Bakery

Add fruits and flowers to your doughnut tower, like the lemons and white roses in these cakes. They add a fresh pop of color and a sophisticated spring feel.

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Go Big or Go Home

Donut Cake

 Photo and Cake by Angel Food Bakery & Donut Bar 

Go all-in with one large, doughnut-shaped cake. Dripping in glaze, this cake is every doughnut-lover’s dream. Top it off with some pretty details that give it a bridal feel.

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Add Some Height

Sodough Donut Tower

Photo and setup by Social Catering & Events. Donuts by SoDOUGH Baking Co.

A towering doughnut display is certainly one way to catch your guests’ eyes. This tall silver desert rack adorned with sprigs of greenery adds an elegant yet rustic feel that goes perfectly in any season of the year.

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Get Colorful

Sprinkles

Photo by ABM Photography, Donuts by VG Donuts

Show off your fun side with colorful rainbow sprinkles that say you and your spouse don’t take yourselves too seriously. Keep it cute and fun-sized with mini doughnuts that are easy for guests to grab. (Cake by @VGDonuts. Photo by ABM Wedding Photography.)

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Sugar and Spice

Five Daughter's Bakery

 Photo: Five Daughters Bakery. Donuts: Five Daughter's Bakery

The famous Nashville bakery, Five Daughters Bakery created a mini stack of their signature 100-layer doughnuts in classic vanilla cream and cinnamon sugar, suitable for even the pickiest guests. (Photo and doughnuts by Five Daughters Bakery)

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