Wedding Macaron Towers

Following on from French Wedding Style’s interview with about Wedding Macarons with Edd Kimber, I have received questions about other bakeries and patisseries who can provide the delightfulwedding macaron towers.  So I though what better way then to put together a post based on the most delicious looking and magnificent wedding macaron towers and macaron towers from across the world. - wedding macaron towerCream and purple macarons – Allyson Meredith Cakes - wedding macaron towerPeach and Blue macarons – Patisserie Amelie
le petit patissier cakes hong kong - wedding macaron towerLe Petit Patissier - macaron towerMacaron Paris
amcakes- wedding macaron towerAllyson Meredith Cakes
amcakes - wedding macaron and dessert barBobbette and Belle - wedding macaron tower cakeBlack and White macaron tower – The Cake Opera
genii cupcakes - wedding macaron towerPurple and Pink Wedding Macaron Tower – Genii - wedding macaron tower cakeBlack, white and red macaron tower – I Eat Sweet

In addition to creating wonderous macaron centrepieces, macarons also work well as chic wedding favours.

macaroncafe - macaron wedding favourMacaron wedding favours – Macaron Cafe

There are a hug variety of flavours of macarons available, so why not look at coordinating the flavour of your cupcakes with your menu options.

I hope you enjoy the wedding macaron towers yummy gallery.

Madame Mariage x x

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  • Hi

    I don’t actually like to eat macarons personally, but I LOVE to look at them and to buy them because they are so pretty! Just as well my hubby likes them – otherwise that would be a total waste of money!

    Love the Bobbette & Belle tower. The Genii tower is from one of my (Temple Gregory) summer weddings at the Four Seasons in Hampshire. They had a wedding cake as well but we made the macaron tower the grand centrepiece for a huge long dessert station and made a real feature of it!

    Beckie xx

  • Yummy!
    I am quite new to these delights, but now I have discovered them, I Iove going into a patisserie and choosing a selection ( I think there is a cassis one!), especially as they normally put them into a pretty little box tied with ribbon. They make perfect gifts to take if you are invited for a meal, and as you mentioned, great for wedding favours! Am I right in thinking the inside of these towers is just a cone, not anything edible? In which case, a DIY project could be possible??? Nice post, Monique!X