9 Floral Wedding Cakes Which Are Too Pretty to Eat
A beautiful floral wedding cake would serve as a fabulous centrepiece at your reception, especially if your day is already filled with lots of flowery details. If you’re inspired to choose a cake covered in beautiful blooms, hitched have handpicked nine amazing floral wedding cakes that have a serious wow factor.
This two-tiered rose wedding cake from Langs of London is utterly gorgeous. The intricate floral print combined with shades of pink, red and white screams romance – plus the rose cake topper provides a pretty finishing touch. You’ll want to make sure you snap plenty of pictures before you cut into that delicate print.
If a statement cake with lots of tiers is what you’re after, then look no further than this beauty by Charlotte Emily Cake Design. The simple yet elegant white tiers are brought to life with pops of peach and a dramatic cascade of flowers. Stand the cake proudly on a decorative cake stand to show it off.
This Ginger & Cacao cake is a pure work of art that looks like its jumped straight out of a painting. The artful smudges of colourful icing will draw your guests’ attention as they marvel at how unique your cake is. Romantic roses have been scattered around the tiers to blend in beautifully with the icing.
Naked wedding cakes are all the rage right now. Although they are simple, they can certainly be transformed by the addition of some flowery decoration – as proven by this delicious buttercream creation from The Pretty Cake Company. The roses and gypsophila give the cake a rustic appeal.
Calling all chocolate lovers! Any brides or grooms with a sweet tooth will fall in love with this indulgent cake from Willow & Bloom. As if the chocolatey ruffles and deliciously thick icing couldn’t get any more appealing – a veil of lovely pink roses has been added as the crowning glory.
Planning a vintage wedding? This floral masterpiece from Fancie Buns Cakery would certainly fit the bill with its delicate lace detail and covering of stunning blooms. Pretty pastels such as pink, blue and cream make the cake stand out – perfect if the rest of your décor is fairly pared down.
This stunning cake definitely lives up the name of its creators! Not only have bold pink flowers been used to crown the top tiers, the ivory ruffles at the bottom make it look like the tier is made of petals. A key 2016 trend is also ticked off thanks to the metallic middle tier, which adds a luxe element to this glamorous cake.
Which of these stunning floral wedding cakes is your favourite?
This article was written by Hitched.