You might have heard us mention that it’s British Flowers Week this week – a celebration of the best of British cut flowers. Here at Wedding Ideas we thought it was a brilliant opportunity to bring you these blooming beautiful floral cakes. Who doesn’t love a bit of pretty and edible inspiration, after all?
We can’t keep our eyes off this fabulous naked wedding cake, decorated in blooms by expert florists Bramble and Wild. Love their style? Check out their feature in issue 161 of Wedding Ideas!
Flowers aren’t only for naked cakes. Add a rustic touch to your more traditional cake with understated petals and foliage. We love the lush greenness of this cake design!
For show-stopping elegance, roses are the way to go. The vibrant red contrasts the pure white cake, creating a fabulous floral focal point.
If you don’t want flowers to dominate your cake design because you’ve got pretty details like lace and pearls, a floral arrangement on the top in complementing tones is a simple yet stunning solution.
The design of this floral cake screams decadence with its gold lustre and square edges. The royal purples, deep greens and exotic highlighting tones of red and blue enhance the luxurious, opulent feel to the cake.
This naked cake is soft and enchanting. We love the pale blush roses and giant daisies paired with the gypsophila for an airy, whimsical floral cake style.
Flowers are a great way to introduce your colour scheme to your cake, especially if you’ve chosen one of the more traditional of cake designs. Tuck blooms and foliage arrangements between each tier to introduce a pop of colour and add interest.
Flowers are not reserved for sweet cakes. We love the way vines, herbs and the prettiest of simple blooms work together to give this cheese cake the rustic wow-factor.
If you’re feeling inspired by these floral cakes, you need to see these 14 wedding cake designs to match your theme (there’s some real show-stoppers!).