Sugarcrafted lace doiles have become one of the most popular vintage lace patterns in wedding cake design this year. It’s a slightly heavier style of lace and so creates a more defined lace effect than piped lace. Sweet Bloom Cakes, Australia have a number of beautiful designs in their collection featuring the vintage lace doile motif, including the two blush pink examples above.
To create your own lace doile cake design, we have a two tutorials here:
The most popular pattern for the lace doile motif is semi-circular, but De La Rosa Cupcakes have used a full size doile as a side design in their peach and white cake (below left) with Swiss dot piping for a pretty birthday cake design.
Below right, we have another exquisite lace doile side design – an intricate lace pattern paired with a crown of piped buttercream flowers for a fabulous special occasion cake design (image by Virgil Bunao via Style Me Pretty).
Chloe Kerr Cakes have combined the lace doile pattern together with broderie anglaise/eyelet lace cut outs for an adorable first birthday cake design below.
Australian designer, Hello Naomi has incorporated the semi-circular lace doile motif in her two fabulous cake designs below, piping the doile pattern for a more delicate effect.
Another fabulous example of a doile lace wedding cake by Sweet Bloom Cakes, Australia below, accessorized with big, blousy beautiful peonies in soft pink.
Petal piping was used to very creatively add a doile lace semi-circular side design to the beautiful cake below left(via Ruffled blog).
To the right, we have a fabulous first communion cake design from the Sweet Bloom Cakes collection featuring the lace doile pattern.
Another beautiful doile lace wedding cake below in soft pink and white and dressed with sugar flowers (via The Little Big Company, image by Photography by Sandra).
An exquisite example below of piped doile lace cake by Sugar Bee Sweets (Alan Tsai Photography via Wedding Chicks).
Cake by Kim, Australia have created a beautiful blue and blush pink wedding cake design below with grey lace trim and subtle doile lace accents.
Designs by two of the top US wedding cake designers, Erica O’Brien (via Brides .com below left) and Sweet and Saucy Shop (below right) feature doile lace also. (For more on the Erica O’Brien design, see details on Erica’s online class below).
Gold and white is a popular new wedding colour palette and we have a sophisticated doile lace wedding cake design in gold and white below, again Sweet Bloom Cakes.
Gold sugar doile accents create a beautiful silhouette in the exquisite cake design below by Lina Veber Cake, Sweden.
The wonderfully creative Erin Gardner of The Wild Orchid Baking Company created the striking purple and orchid floral wedding cake below with luxurious chocolate and gold doile lace patterns for a unique wedding cake design with both contemporary and vintage style elements. (Plus you’ll find Erin’s new book here: Great Cake Decorating – Sweet Designs for Cakes & Cupcakes).
A second exquisite cake design from Lina Veber Cake in striking black and cerise pink with doile accents – a wow cake for a special occasion.
A stunning contemporary wedding cake design featuring sugarcrafted black lace doiles paired with orchids by The Fabulous Cake Girls, San Diego (Angie Silvy Photography).
Our final doile lace wedding cake is by Sweet and Saucy Cake and contrasts the rounded edge of intricate lace doiles in muted grey with sharp square tiers and a statement oversized brilliant white sugar peony for a standout wedding cake design.
You’ll find more on lace wedding cakes in our earlier features here:
- Crochet Lace Cake Tutorial by The Queen of Hearts Couture Cakes
- Applique Lace Cakes
- Lace Piping
- Floral Lace Wedding Cakes
- Stencilled Lace Wedding Cakes
- Wedding Cake Designs with Lace Trim
- Eyelet Lace/Broderie Anglaise Cakes
- Pearl Beaded Lace Wedding Cakes
- Suspended Lace Edging
- Lace Veil & Mantilla Wedding Cakes
- Edwardian Inspired Wedding Cakes
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