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Top 18 Wedding Donut Wall Ideas for Your Reception

April 28, 2021 (0) Comments

Top 18 Wedding Donut Wall Ideas for Your Reception

I know what you’re thinking, what in the world is a donut wall? Well, my friend, if you’ve never seen one, you are in for a treat!

Donut walls are literally what they sound like. They’re walls full of donuts. Which is actually a dream come true!

Usually, they take the form of peg boards and the donuts hang on the pegs. They’re a cute and fun way to display your desserts as well as a unique decoration idea.

Some couples choose to use donut walls instead of a traditional wedding cake, others use them in addition. It’s really up to you! We’re not going to tell you how to use them. Our job is to give you some inspiration!

So, let’s dive into the donut hole and get a better look at this tasty trend!


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This is a great use of the donut wall. It has sort of taken the place of canapés. We love the simplicity of this wall and the way it’s been put to use.

I mean, isn’t this an incredible welcome? I wish every establishment and event welcomed you with a wall of donuts!


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This donut wall has a fairly rustic feel to it. You’ve got the greenery decorating the top of the wall and some lace around the side to make it fit with the wedding décor.

You can see that it’s being used in conjunction with the wedding cakes rather than instead of. Using a donut wall as part of your buffet is a great way to bring a bit of frivolity and fun to what is a fairly overlooked part of the wedding.


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What we love about this donut wall is the fact that it’s portable. You could have it set up outside your venue, near the buffet, in place of a cake, or pretty much anywhere you want.

We also love the bright, vibrancy of the donut icing. If you want to make things personalized, you can match the icing to your color scheme.


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The gradient on this wall is so beautiful and satisfying! It can work with any color scheme you choose.


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We like that the wall is being used to display the designs on the donuts. We also love the stacks of donuts in front because it means everyone can have a donut.

This layout might be a good choice if you’re having a big wedding, and you don’t want people to miss out on some tasty treats.


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This is a classy, more refined donut wall. It is perfect for the more traditional weddings. We love the color scheme and the fact that they have added finer detail to the donuts.

This wall proves that donut walls don’t have to be rustic and quirky, they can be regal and refined too.


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This wall is a bit more rustic. We love the burlap signage and the little message it contains. It makes the wall feel like a real part of the wedding, rather than an added extra.


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This adorably dainty donut wall is ideal for smaller weddings. We love that this wall isn’t a frame. It’s something a bit different.


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What we love most about this donut wall is the sheer number of donuts you can fit on the thing! Three to a stack is awesome! Most donut walls only hold one, sometimes two per stack.

If you’re having a big wedding but don’t want a massive donut wall, compromise by increasing the size of the poles like they’ve done here.


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This wall is absolutely stunning! We love the deep wood tones and the way the donuts utilize the black and white theme.

We love the balance of this donut wall which really comes from the way the donuts are organized.


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The thing we love most about this donut wall is the beautiful icing on the donuts themselves. It really complements the cursive writing on the signage.

If you’re looking for ways to make your donut wall feel fancier, then playing with the icing is a great idea.


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This donut wall is absolutely beautiful. It looks like it belongs in a fairy garden or forest glade.

We love the wildflowers used to decorate and the way the icing picks out the color in the flowers.


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This is a rustic, rough and ready donut ‘bar’ that would suit a country wedding.

Alongside the cake stands it looks like it came from a village fête or country fair.


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Ok, this one is super cute. The zigzag placement makes it feel like a fairground game or arcade machine.

The icing patterns are also adorable and complement each other really well!


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This is a donut wall that provides quality and quantity! There’s so much room on this thing for lots of yummy donuts!


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There is so much to love about this one! The pun, the sheer size, and the simple but beautiful donut icing. This is a wonderful wall that would suit pretty much any wedding.


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This donut wall is a DIY wall. You can purchase the pegboard from lots of different furniture stores or DIY stores. It is simple, elegant, and easy on the budget!


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This might be our favorite of all time. It is enormous for a start. That means you can feed plenty of hungry guests.

It’s also a statement piece. It will draw the eye thanks to its size, the beautiful donuts, and the decorative pieces that can be placed on the shelves.