Baptism Cake Ideas

Here are some interesting baptism cake ideas for you to consider.

1. Baptism cupcakes instead of the traditional baptism cake. You can use many different colors and decorations for this. Below are just a few examples of what can easily be done to satisfy your attendees. The trick is not to be afraid to use baptism cupcake toppers as a main design strategy, as it can be difficult for some to create a cross on top of the cupcake by hand.

 

baptism cupcakes

Here are some very nice baptism cupcakes for a boy’s baptism.

baptism cupcakes

Depicted here are some wonderful baptism cupcakes made especially for a girl’s baptism.

 

2. Putting a Christian twist on cakes. You may want to consider utilizing one of the more creative styles found below. You could add a cross to a cake as they most frequently prove to be the most popular baptism cake topper, or even make the cake into the shape of a cross. This is one of the most popular baptism cake designs. One of the most unique cakes I’ve ever seen is the one with the rosary frosting draped over the corner. There are plenty of types of cakes for baptism that can be easily made.

 

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baptism cake

This cake is cleverly shaped into a cross.

 

baptism cake

This has to be the most creative baptism cake I’ve ever seen!

 

3. Baptism cake toppers: The most baptism cake toppers are the holy cross, a baby, an angel, a teddy bear, or some baby shoes. You can see below that there are many toppers that can be used to fit your specific baptism cake decorations need.

 

baptism cake topper

Here is a nice angel cake topper that can be used for a baptism cake.

 

baptism cake topper

Here is an example of a teddy bear angel used as a baptism cake topper.

 

baptism cake topper

Here’s a cute pair of baby shoes made out of frosting.

 

4. Baptism cake wording: If you find yourself at a loss for finding that perfect baptism cake wording, you can always go to (link). They have many baptism sayings that you may find useful for your cake. It’s important to remember to try to keep the wording on the shorter side, as you must keep in mind that the entire verse must fit on the cake. I would personally suggest considering simply using “God bless ______” and insert the child’s name. Another good one to use is “Peace be with you _____.” Or even more simply; “God’s Will.”

Curious on what type of candles to get? Check out our page dedicated to baptism candles for some ideas.