Where to Find Your Dream Wedding Cake in Toronto

You'll have no trouble finding The One from our list of dainty and delicious confectionaries

Raise your hand if you have dietary restrictions and don’t want to miss out on having a slice of your wedding cake. Just because you’re vegan, gluten-, dairy- or nut-free doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the most important cake of your life, m’kay? Good thing these bakeries in Toronto have options for every eater, so you and your wedding guests will be able to satisfy your sweet tooth on your big day. These are the best wedding cakes in Toronto and the rest of the country, so book your cake tasting stat.

Bobbette & Belle (Photo: Courtesy Bobbette & Belle)
Bobbette & Belle (Photo: Courtesy Bobbette & Belle)

Finespun Cakes & Pastries

Find it: Alexandria works out of their private commercial bakery in Toronto, so you can call or email them to book an appointment, finespuncakes.com
The low-down: This custom cake company’s designs have splashed the pages of the most popular wedding magazines, like Weddingbells, Love Inc. and Today’s Bride. Each creation is truly a work of art with handmade sugar flowers, intricate icing details and the most timeless pastel hues.
$4.50 to $5.50 per serving, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: Pistachio cake with a raspberry buttercream for a nutty, yet tart pairing that works perfectly together. Or, you can check out their ultimate list of cake and buttercream flavours and choose your own dream duo.
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Bobbette & Belle

Find it: 1121 Queen St. E, 3347 Yonge St., bobbetteandbelle.com
The low-down: Owners and confectionary geniuses Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell are at the helm of this charming Leslieville bake shop. Not only is the décor the straight out of a Pinterest board, but the incredibly romantic and divine cakes are the reason why this spot is *the* gateau go-to for bride and grooms.
 $800 to $1,900 per cake, starting at $2,000 each for custom cakes
Most unique flavour: You can’t go wrong with a classic vanilla cake smothered in gianduja buttercream (milk chocolate and hazelnut). Plus, they have gluten-free chocolate and vanilla cake on the menu, too (praise be!).
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

Sorelle and Co.

Find it: 161 Yorkville Ave., sorelleandco.com
The low-down: If you have dietary restrictions but don’t want to miss out the most important cake of your life (it’s your wedding day, duh), then this vegan, gluten-, soy- and nut-free bakery can whip you up the perfect cake. Plus, the interior, adorned with white booths, shelves of sweets and fresh flowers, is what Instagram dreams are made of.
$28 to $1,264 per cake but most average around $300
Most unique flavour: We’re currently eyeing the banana chocolate chip cake with a snickerdoodle frosting, perhaps? Let your palette decide with their expansive list of cakes and fillings.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

The Wedding Cake Shoppe

Find it: 859 College St., theweddingcakeshoppe.com
The low-down: This seriously sweet baking biz is owned and operated by sisters Sarah and Cindy Coelho (who also happened to win second place on the Food Network Challenge). Their playful aesthetic—think: feathers, ombré and 3D geometric accents—makes their creations pop in a sea of white wedding cakes.
: Starting at $7 to $7.50 per slice, depending on whether the cake is covered in buttercream or fondant
Most unique flavour: The choice is yours with their selection of nut, fruit and classic buttercream frostings (we’re v. intrigued by the chai, green tea and toasted coconut frostings), plus delish cake flavours like vanilla bean, baked blueberry and marble
AppointmentsBy appointment only

Le Dolci

Find it: 1006 Dundas St. W, ledolci.com
The low-down: This cooking-studio-meets-bakery in Dundas West has a rustic-chic interior with exposed brick walls that contrast beautifully with the drool-worthy displays of baked treats. In a pinch? You can order your wedding cake online and choose your fave cake and buttercream flavours!
$80 to $2,000+ per cake
Most unique flavour: Their flavour choices are pretty classic (the decoration is truly where the wow-factor comes into play), so if you’re more of a traditional bride, vanilla, chocolate and red velvet will be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
AppointmentsDrop into the retail store or book an appointment

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