Figurines, often representing the bride and groom and called wedding cake toppers are a tradition that became popular in the U.S. in the 1950’s.
They are a great opportunity to share your uniqueness or even your sense of humor on your wedding day. If you are looking for your own unique topper, check out the fun ones on The Knot.
Original snowboarding couple cake topper, with a descent down a chocolate slope!
Charlotte and Michael’s wedding at Mendocino Hotel in Mendocino Village. Photos by Nile Sprague.
What could be more romantic than eloping to a beautiful destination?
Beach wedding on the California wine country coast. Photos by Nile Sprague
Grooms just want to have fun!
Matthew and Shannon’s wedding at the Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens. Photo by Nile Sprague.
Wedding photography needs to tell a story.
CelebrateCrescent and Lucille’s wedding, Caspar, California. Photo by Mendocino Photo photographer Nile Sprague
My best friend is the one who brings out the best in me.
Lea and Patrick’s wedding, Greenwood Pier Inn, Elk, California. Photo by Mendocino Photo photographer Nile Sprague
Here’s looking at you.
Jame and Gaeille’s wedding, San Francisco, California. Photo by Mendocino Photo photographer Nile Sprague
The wedding of Angela and Anthony was celebrated on a beautiful blue-sky day in July on the headlands in Fort Bragg, California with the Pacific Ocean in the background.