Purple is another color that's attributed to Gothic designs regularly as well and this cake here features both the color purple and the black and white damask pattern that we spoke about above.
I love the look of this wedding cake and it could very easily be incorporated into a Gothic wedding.
You could even add a few flowers on top of the cake (black roses for example) or you could find some gorgeous Gothic wedding cake toppers to pop on there instead. Alternatively leave it as it will also work really well.
The beauty of this design is that it doesn't scream Gothic so if you love some Gothic designs, but you're not a committed Goth then this cake could appeal to you.
The next cake we're going to look at is another shade of purple (more of a merlot shade) and is most definitely Gothic in design. It incorporates black and jewel red on the cake as well as elements such as spider webs, black roses, filigree work and more.
As a cake topper they've gone with what looks like a scary, haunted tree photo holder and have added pictures of the bride and groom to add a personal, yet Gothic finish to an absolutely stunning wedding cake.