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All the Details on Anna Camp and Skylar Astin’s Pastel Floral Wedding Cake 

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It’s no secret Pitch Perfect costars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin orchestrated a picture-perfect wedding on Saturday — and while we’re still reeling from the ceremony’s romantic décor and Camp’s elegant Reem Acra ball gown, we can’t seem to take our eyes off the pair’s five-tiered cake.

Created by California-based pastry shop Crushcakes, the confection was dreamt up with the stars’ vision in mind. “[Camp] really loved what we call ‘the horizontal’ texture for the frosting on the outside of the cake,” Crushcakes events director Emily Ulrich — who worked with the couple’s wedding planner, Tessa Brand of Tessa Lyn Events — tells PEOPLE of the cake’s fine detail.

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Bakers used Crushcakes’ signature sour cream frosting to achieve the textured look and then decorated with pastel flowers from Lotus and Lily Floral. The colorful flowers coordinated perfectly with the lavender and sea foam linens by La Tavola Fine Linen Rental used throughout the reception, including on the dessert table.

Katie Shuler
Katie Shuler

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When it came down to taste, Camp and Astin hoped to incorporate three different cake flavors. The top three layers were comprised of salted caramel (chocolate cake with salted caramel frosting in between), carrot crush (cake made with carrots, pecans and cinnamon with cream cheese frosting in between) and lemon berry (cake made with strawberries, raspberries and blueberries with lemon frosting in between).

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As for the bottom two cake layers, baker Stefanie Aleksak opted for Rice Krispies Treats to give the confection added elevation.

“I know from what Tessa has told me,” says Ulrich, “everyone absolutely loved it.”