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Alice's Tea Cup

220 E. 81st St., nr. Third Ave.; 212-734-4832; alicesteacup.com

This relative newcomer to the baking scene specializes in imaginative designs featuring flowers, butterflies, or mod dots. Resident cake designer Collette Foley (who also has her own cake company) prepares bright creations that are in high demand. From $7.50 a slice.

Annwoodhandmade.com

If you’re looking for a unique cake topper, you’ll love Ann Wood’s handmade Sweetheart Birds-two twee birds crafted in Brooklyn and made of mostly antique fabrics. They are either one-of-a kind or made in small quantities.

April Reed Cake Design

212-358-7071; aprilreed.com

Stunningly elegant, Reed’s designs come with accents of Mokuba ribbon, handrolled truffles, and handmade flowers like sweet peas and magnolia blossoms. A true collaborator, Reed helps couples envision their ideal cake. Her process? She sketches; they taste. Order six months in advance; cakes start at $800.

Bake and More, LLC.

104 S. Broadway, South Amboy, N.J.; 732-533-0334; bakeandmore.com

Beth Sullivan and Madalyn Purcell create elegant, upscale cakes with none of the pretension. They offer an array of designs and nearly 25 fillings. They’re also known for their cheesecake in specialty flavors like amaretto, mocha cream, and apple cinnamon. From $6 per serving.

Bijoux Doux Specialty Cakes

448 Atlantic Ave., nr. Nevins St., Boerum Hill, Brooklyn; 718-237-2271; bijouxdoux.com

Best known for her intricate, Victorian-style cakes, Ellen Baumwoll also produces more whimsical designs (think chocolate curls and valentine hearts). Cakes start at $10 per serving, and fillings run the gamut from traditional buttercream to hazelnut truffle; cakes can be covered in fondant, marzipan, buttercream, or ganache.

Cake Alchemy

805 Sixth Ave., nr. 28th St., fourth fl.; 212-255-0584; cakealchemy.com

Lauri Ditunno trained at the Culinary Institute of America and it paid off: Her "Orchid Ambiance" was named one of the "50 Most Beautiful Cakes" by Brides magazine. Cake Alchemy specializes in blending unique flavors to each couples’ taste. From $9 per serving.

Cakeline

220 Beach 132nd St., nr. Rockaway Beach Blvd., Belle Harbor, N.Y.; 718-634-5063; cakeline.com

Cynthia Peithman offers romantic styles with edible lace, flowers, pearls, and beading (in the usual flavors, plus almond génoise and lemon poppy seed). Fillings are flavored ganaches, mousses, or buttercreams ($8.50 to $16 per serving).

Cake Man Raven

708-A Fulton St., nr. Fort Greene Pl., Fort Greene, Brooklyn; 718-694-2253; cakemanraven.com

This Harlem-born baker and designer has built a reputation on confections like his famous red-velvet cake. Consultation fee is $50, and delivery charge is based on the wedding’s location. From $10 per serving.

The Cake Studio

718-938-0086; thecakestudionyc.com

Five years ago, Jill Adams set up her cozy cake shop in Williamsburg. She eschews traditional designs for imaginative cakes that often follow asymmetrical patterns, keeping details to a minimum. For weddings, her team will generally pair chocolate or vanilla batter with a more exotic dulce de leche or coconut filling. From $10 per guest.

Ceci-Cela Patisserie

55 Spring St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-274-9179; ceci-celapatisserie.com

This Nolita café is renowned for its exquisite French delicacies. They’ll do anything from white buttercream confections to the French croquembouche, but the Poire William (a light vanilla sponge cake with a pear vanilla-cream filling) is Ceci’s thing. From $7 per slice.

Cheryl Kleinman Cakes

448 Atlantic Ave., nr. Bond St., Boerum Hill, Brooklyn; 718-237-2271

Brides and grooms should expect streamlined shapes covered with smooth fondant or marzipan icing and adorned with sugar flowers. Cakes come in eleven flavors, from old-fashioned banana to hazelnut-almond, with assorted fillings ($10 to $12 per serving, though Kleinman will work with budgets as low as $250).

Colette's Cakes

681 Washington St., nr. Charles St.; 212-366-6530; colettescakes.com

Acclaimed baker Colette Peters will create a couple’s ideal wedding cake-even if that means something shaped like a skyscraper or gussied up with Swarovski crystals. Fillings include chocolate truffle and buttercream with jam (from $13 per serving; $1,000 minimum).

Collette Foley Specialty Baking

67-59 214th St., nr. 33rd Rd., Bayside; 646-246-6402; collettefoley.com

This culinary pro turns out stunning, polished cakes. Her confections range from regal, classic affairs bedecked with beautiful flowers to innovative creations with cool, modern twists. Particularly striking is her square cake with abstract chartreuse stripes. From $13 per serving.

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