Our Famous Cakes

From classic and elegant to modern and sophisticated designs, Prantl’s has been the preferred bakery for brides in Southwestern Pennsylvania for decades. In addition to our award-winning Burnt Almond Torte, we invite you to sample our other delicious wedding cakes, fillings, and icings. Our team of talented designers will create a magical wedding cake and memories that will last a lifetime.

Would you like to book a consultation?

For more information regarding wedding cake services, we invite you to schedule an appointment for a tasting and design consultation. Demand is high and dates fill up quickly, so be sure to schedule your consultation as soon as possible. We recommend at least 6 months in advance of your wedding date to ensure you get the cake you desire.

First, complete the form below and submit it to the bakery. Our wedding consultant will be in touch with you to schedule the consultation.

Please come to the consultation with an anticipated number of guests, photos and/or design ideas for your cake, and color swatches.

A $100 deposit is due when the cake is ordered. Two months prior to the wedding date, 50% of the total price of the cake is due. The final payment is due two weeks prior to the wedding date.

Cookies, Cupcakes, Groom Cakes, and Donuts

In addition to our award-winning wedding cakes, we also offer cookies, cupcakes, groom cakes, and donuts to add just the right touch to your reception.  Ask your wedding consultant about these additional enhancements to your reception.

Wedding Cake Flavors, Fillings, and Icings

* Based on the venue and the time of the year.
** Additional cost.


A list of suggested items to bring to the consultation: color swatches, inspiration photos, invitations, cake photos and ideas. If travel is an issue, we will conduct the consultation by phone or e-mail.

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