Feast Your Eyes on These 15 Fresh Flower Wedding Cakes

Here’s an easy idea for your wedding cake: Transform a simple cake into a work of art with your favorite fresh flowers. How to make it happen? Once you’ve found your baker and florist, make sure everyone is on the same page with your vision for a fresh flower cake. Your florist can prepare the flowers for your baker to carefully add to their creation. A few tips for fresh flowers: Stems should be wrapped in cellophane or stuck in floral picks to avoid ruining flavor or leaving any residue from the plants on the frosting, and if you’re not using edible flowers (day lilies, marigolds, pansies and gardenias are all safe to eat), then make sure you’re using pesticide-free flowers. See the 15 cakes that are as gorgeous as they are delicious below!

Cascading Zinnias, Peonies and Succulents

From the album: A Relaxed Outdoor Wedding in Beverly, MA

Autumnal Flower Cake Topper

From the album: A Rustic Garden Wedding in Anaheim Hills, CA

Tiered Cake With White Peonies

From the album: A Timeless Elegant Wedding in Long Island City, NY

Bright Gerbera Daisy and Rose Cake Topper

From the album: A Cultural Summer Wedding in Orange, CA

Elegant Calla Lily Cake 

From the album: An Earthy Wedding in Glen Ellen, CA

Cascading Pastel Cake Flowers

From the album: A Vintage Wedding in Austin, TX

Playful Buckyball Cake

From the album: A Country Casual Wedding in Kemmerer, WY

Fondant Cake with Anemones and Greenery

From the album: A Romantic Secret Garden Styled Shoot

Rustic Layered Cake With Tiers of Yellow Roses 

From the album: A Country Chic Wedding in Dade City, FL

Red Tulip and Rose Cake Decor

From the album: A Garden Wedding in Cinnaminson, NJ

Dahlia, Blue Thistle and Ranunculus Cake Flowers

From the album: An Elegant Timeless Wedding in Lawrence, KS

Tropical Cake with Tiers of  Orchids and Roses 

From the album: A Vibrant Tropical Wedding in Florida

Sugar Flower Cake with Real Blush Roses

From the album: A Sweet Vintage Wedding in Pittsburgh, PA

Rose, Succulent and Pincushion Protea Tiered Cake

From the album: An Elegant Coastal Wedding in Galveston, TX

Garden Cake With Roses and Fabric Flower Cake Topper

From the album: A Rustic Romantic Wedding in Stillwater, MN

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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