They say good things come in small packages, and today we're going to see if that applies to cake.
Because I'll be honest, I have my doubts. (More cake is always better, right?)
(By Eva Salazar)
Ok, this is some picture perfect draping, right here. And that bow! Ah!
(By Cotton & Crumbs)
OH SNAP. A flower topper that's the same size as the cake itself?! I'm officially starting to see the appeal of smaller Sweets.
(By Lael Cakes)
Oh, and hey, at this size I don't have to share, right? [grabby hands]
I was tempted to base an entire Sweets post around this next one:
(By Freshly Squeez'd - now Letterpress Bakery)
Oh my stars!
And can we talk about this redonkulously adorable unicorn?
(By Bella Baking)
Now I want to stick cute unicorn heads and pudgy little feet on every one-tier cake I see.
Now prepare for a little dose of drama:
Because sweet scrolly hearts and rippling ruffles, this is STUNNING.
Are you onboard with one-tier Sweets yet? 'Cuz if not, this little confetti-and-balloons number should convince you:
Or this whale of a cake:
(By Whipped Bakeshop)
(The little water spout!!)
There's a new small cake trend out there that emphasizes a more abstract design, usually with colorful drips, flowers, and an assortment of pretty bits and bobs scattered around, like this:
(By The Little Cake Box)
...and lemme tell you, I LOVE IT. (Check out the upside down drips!)
In fact, here's my favorite good-thing-in-a-small-package this week:
(By Slice Artisan Cakes)
Ok, bakers, you convinced me: sometimes small cakes ARE better.
Hope the rest of you enjoyed! Happy Sunday!