A Pinterest-Approved Trend You'll Love: Stained-Glass Wedding Cakes

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If you're looking for a unique wedding-cake design that will still majorly impress your guests, check out these incredible stained-glass cakes. Whether inspired by an antique Tiffany-glass lamp or perhaps a window from a Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, a stained-glass cake will never fail to draw a crowd. Each tier is painstakingly painted by hand to resemble the intricate and colorful glass panes and the result is truly a work of art.

Two-Tier Stained-Glass Cake (above): Cake artist Maggie Austin is a master at the hand-painted, stained-glass cake. This design includes a cluster of beautiful sugar flowers to finish off the look

Photo: Gideon Photo

Art Nouveau Stained-Glass Cake: The hand-painted tulips and leaves give this pretty confection by Sweet Cakes by Karen an Art Nouveau-feel.

Photo: 1314 Studio

Stained-Glass Cake: The intersecting lines and panels of this soft-green wedding cake pay homage to architect Frank Lloyd Wright.

Green Stained-Glass Cake: This intricate design by Queen of Hearts Couture Cakes has an elegant mosaic feel.

Photo: Maggie Austin

Elegant Stained-Glass Cake: Also by Maggie Austin, this confection was inspired by a 1920s Tiffany lamp.

Photo: Gideon Photo

Stained-Glass Mini Cake: For a delicious and decadent treat, place a miniature cake at each guest's place setting.

Photo: OvenArt

Stained Glass and Ruffles Wedding Cake: This glamorous confection by OvenArt combines stained-glass tiers with romantic ruffles and a dramatic sugar blossom tinged in shades of grey and black.

Photo: OvenArt

Modern Stained-Glass Cake: For a modern take on this trend, pastry chef Lisa Cunningham of OvenArt created a flourishing fondant cut-out on the top tier that gives then entire design a sense of movement.

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