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Gorgeous Flowered Wedding Cakes for Spring

Wedding cake trends come and go, but there always seems to be a place for some type of flowers in the top ten lists and many wedding receptions every year. Sometimes the flower types change or the color scheme come and go but brides everywhere appreciate the impact a well placed bloom has on the guests and to enhance the tone of the event. Choosing different flowers for the cake can convey elegance (lilies, iris, white roses), romance (tulips, red roses, sweet peas) or casual fun (daisies, lilacs, chrysanthemum, daffodil). You can use fresh flowers from a reputable organic grower, grow your own choices or create lovely gum paste flowers specifically for you and your special day. Some beautiful flowered wedding cakes for spring, or anytime, could include: 

A Cascade of Hydrangeas 

Hydrangeas make every wedding cake trend list every year because they are utterly charming and look fabulous cascading down the cake or as a single intricate bloom. They should be gum paste in a best case scenerio because these profuse blooms are toxic when fresh. If you must use fresh, try to place them on parchment or waxed paper on the cake instead of pressing them into the icing. You can also find very realistic silk hydrangeas in many craft stores, so consider that option as well. These flowers have a lovely range of colors for any theme.  

Tilted Tulips 

Tulips are a happy flower and are used almost exclusively on spring wedding cakes because they are usually found in the spring surrounded by daffodils and other bulb blooms. Tulips look both happy and elegant with their pretty colors and streamlined shape. They also droop so gracefully it is possible to imagine a  slim stylish woman instead of a flower. Tulips are poisonous so it is best to use silk or gum paste products on your cake. Combining this sophisticated looking flower with a topsy turvy cake or unusual design can create an interesting juxtaposition in theme.  

Fantasy Black and White 

Flowers don't have to be real looking to have impact and class. Black and white wedding cake designs often utilize black blooms for impact and to create a severely chic looking design. Piped black vines or leaves added to these dark blossoms create an almost fabric like look on a stark white fondant background. Don't be afraid top use colors for your flowers that do not appear in nature.  

Gradually Shrinking Camillias 

One very large impact flower or a large flower surrounded by blooms in the same color shades can look absolutely unique on a cake. This design can create an almost ruffled look depending on the flowers used. Camillias, peonies, carnations and roses all have a great deal of texture for this look. Camillias are on the toxic list so try gum paste and silk on you cake to ensure food safety. Dark blooms on a lighter cake also help add to the ruffled effect.

Real Versus Fake Flowers 

The cakes described in this article for the most part recommend using fake flowers because the real ones are toxic. Always be aware of what you are placing on a cake and never put ingredients or decorations on the cake that are not safe to consume. 

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Cake Magazine: Gorgeous Flowered Wedding Cakes for Spring
Gorgeous Flowered Wedding Cakes for Spring
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