Art Deco weddings have never been more popular! (Well, except for in the 1920s, when the style originated.) Partly inspired by the latest The Great Gatsby remake, and partly because of their timeless symmetrical style, Art Deco weddings aren't going anywhere.
To have the perfect Art Deco wedding, you need a show stopping wedding cake that highlights the lines and curves associated with Art Deco architecture.
Here are 11 wedding cakes that would make Jay Gatsby drool:
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No wedding cake is complete with out an era-appropriate cake topper! Etsy seller Patricia Minish handcrafts these darling creations from vintage paper.
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Art Deco is all about interesting geometric shapes. On buildings, they're made out of steel and aluminum. On cakes, those polygons are all fondant.
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Black and gold were THE colors of the Art Deco movement.
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This cake pays tribute to the Chrysler Building, arguably the most famous example of Art Deco architecture.
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After eating a cake with this kind of pizazz, your guests will be dancing the Charleston till dawn!
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The Art Deco look is just as sleek and modern as it was nearly 100 years ago!
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The opposite of all those rigid Deco angles? Lovely purple and gold curves.
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This blue and white fantasy features an unusual twist on the typical Deco décor.
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The intricate cake features a paper moon, the favorite photo prop of the 1920s!
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This cake is all dolled up like a flapper. Does this qualify it as an official dress cake?
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This opulent cake is as stunning as the biggest spectacle in a Ziegfeld Follies show!
Sometimes, the best way to find a classy, one of a kind wedding cake is to look into the past!