1. Flagged DoughnutsErin Jean Photography
Sprinkles are usually enough decoration, but flags add a hint of playful charm.
An Antique Barn Wedding in Hillsdale, WI
2. VooDoo DelicacyNikki Closser Photography
VooDoo Doughnut in Portland, Oregon, is known for its inventive flavors, making it tempting for any Oregonian couple to swap out a traditional cake for a baker’s dozen.
Bright Summer Wedding in Corbett, OR
3. Doughnut Hole TowerQ Weddings
You know you have an impressive cake topper when people don’t even notice the cake underneath.
From: A Monterey Wedding in San Antonio, TX
4. Romantic GlazeLisaAnne Photography
A simple white cake stand paired with a garnish of orange roses and greenery transform this plain doughnut stack into something spectacular.
From: A Styled Shoot at Casa Esencia in Albuquerque, NM
5. Sunny SprinklesL Photographie
Combined with cheerful daisies and bright yellow rock candies, these cheerful doughnuts double as sweet treats and décor.
A DIY Wedding in Edwardsville, IL
6. Whimsical Garland DécorNBarrett Photography
You might not picture a doughnut display framed by a romantic garland made of ferns and flowers, but with flavors like strawberry peppercorn, chocolate with pretzel sprinkles, and sea salt and bourbon maple, it just works.
From: A Rustic, Whimsical Wedding at Golden Homestead in Golden, TX
7. Topped With GoldRobyn Van Dyke Photography
Even if you choose to forgo a traditional tiered cake, that doesn’t mean you have to opt out of the cake topper too. Add one to doughnuts, cookies, cupcakes or whatever other confections you’ve chosen for your celebration.
From: An Urban Meets Great Gatsby New Year’s Eve Wedding at Cobblestone Hall in Raleigh, NC
8. A Police-Inspired PresentationHetler Photography
As a way to honor the groom’s career as a police officer, these newlyweds treated guests to a doughnut dessert bar that included antique scales, plates and platters.
A Vintage Barn Wedding at Wildwood Family Farms in Alto, MI
9. A Doughnut WallTroy Grover
If a doughnut wall filled with mouthwatering flavors like this one doesn’t impress your guests, we’re not sure what will.
10. Sugar and StarsRegina Richards Photography
Popping a few gold stars onto sugar-dusted doughnuts is such a simple and easy way to hint at your theme (or use the decorations as indicators of different flavors).
A Whimsical Tea-Party-Inspired Wedding at Enchanted Hills in Springfield, MO
10 Scrumptious Doughnut Displays We Love