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Paneled Wedding Cake
This chic, two-tier confection is covered in elegant marbled fondant; the edges of both tiers are piped in gold icing to emphasize the hexagon shape. Cake design by Baked Seattle.02 of 07
All-White Hexagon Cake
Photo by Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography
For a clean, crisp look, white is always right. Ask your baker to create two hexagon-shaped tiers, with the top one slightly taller than the base tier for added visual interest. Top off the confection with a cluster of fresh anemones, astilbe, and garden roses.03 of 07
This sleek and elegant wedding cake resembles a gorgeous slab of Carrera marble. Cake design by Le Petit Sweet.04 of 07
For a fresh take on a hexagon cake, this confection features a subtle honeycomb pattern pressed into the fondant tiers. A gilded (and edible!) bee, along with gumpaste magnolia blooms, are the perfect amount of embellishment. Cake design by Erin Bakes.05 of 07
Extra-Tall Hexagon Tier
Bright and vibrant sugar flowers and succulents give this crisp-white wedding cake a shot of color, while the textured fondant tiers will have guests leaning in for a closer look. Add more height by creating an extra-tall tier, like the hexagon-shaped one in this cake design by De La CrГЁme Studio.06 of 07
Perfect for a wedding by the water, this three-tier cake features a mosaic pattern of hexagon-shaped discs painted in ocean-inspired hues. Cake by Cake Life Bake Shop.07 of 07
Hexagon Sugar Jewels
Photo by Sarah Street
If your wedding aesthetic skews modern and minimal, we love this clean and elegant two-tier confection. The marbled bottom tier is subtle and chic, while the hexagon-shaped sugar jewels add a unique, geometric twist to the design. Cake by Whipped Up by Mimi.