Wedding Cakes

Here, at A Bonnie Wee Cake, we take great pride in being chosen by you to create your wedding cake. Together we will design a stunning, edible, centrepiece and the process will be one of the most memorable experiences of your wedding preparations. We offer a broad range of styles from classic, to contemporary, whimsical to dramatic - there are no rules when it comes to what you would like - let us help you create your dream cake.

Any wedding cake ideas you like from our website can be adapted or incorporated into your wedding cake design or you can let us create something truly unique, just for you. Come with lots of ideas or not, it is our pleasure to help. 

Once your date has been booked, you will be invited to a free tasting appointment at our premises in Falkland. This is where you will sample your choice of four flavours of cake and chat about ideas and the design inspiration for your wedding.  

Please feel free to look through Facebook and Instagram for A Bonnie Wee Cakes most up to date creations.

Only through Alison’s hard work, reliably creating consistent, high quality cakes and desserts, with a relaxed and friendly service can A Bonnie Wee Cake be proud to say they are recommended by the following top quality wedding venues.

  • Athol Palace Hotel, Pitlochry
  • Balbirnie House – Scottish hotel of the year 2018, Markinch
  • Balmule House, by Dunfermline
  • Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline
  • Comrie Croft, Crieff
  • Craigsanquhar Hotel and Country Estate, by Cupar
  • Fairmont, 5 * resort, St Andrews
  • Fingask Castle, Perthshire
  • Kingswood Hotel, by Burntisland
  • Kinkell Byre, St Andrews
  • Malmaison, Dundee
  • Myers Castle, Fife
  • Rufflets, St Andrews

A little bit of history

Wedding cakes have been present at wedding ceremonies for centuries. They were not always the focus of the event and often came in different forms, like pies or bread. The wedding cake was originally known as the brides cake therefore the color white became common because the cake needed to reflect the bride.

The tradition of the bride and groom cutting the cake together came as weddings became larger. The royal icing on the surface of the cake had to be thicker to help support the weight of the tiers above. This led to the bride not being able to cut it by herself and the groom would assist the bride in this process.

Once this tradition began the bride and groom would share a piece of cake before distributing it to the guests to symbolize their union and their promise to forever provide for each other.


Backdykes Terrace,
Falkland Fife,
KY15 7BB


Tel: 01337 858509

Mob: 07532139795


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