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22 Floral Wedding Cakes You’ll Absolutely Adore

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Completely overwhelmed with the wedding cake options on offer? Simplify it by adding a floral touch. Yes, it’s that easy! From sugared flowers in an array of pretty hues to fresh, fragrant blooms, there’s certainly a look to cater for every couple and their reception style. And if you don’t believe us, these floral wedding cakes will easily change your mind.

Wedding of Adreinne & Tom. Cake: Sweetness Contained. Photo: Ryder Evans

Wedding of Adreinne and Tom. Cake: Sweetness Contained. Ryder Evans Photography

Bright Idea

Take your choice of bouquet blooms through to your cake. It will really showcase a pretty colour palette – in pastels or brights.

Wedding of Alissa & Angus. Cake: Vanilla Lily Cake Design. Photo: Jess Marks Photography

Wedding of Alissa and Angus. Cake: Vanilla Lily Cake Design. Jess Marks Photography

So Romantic

This showstopper of a cake is one of our all-time favourites – delicate yet striking thanks to pretty details and a lush backdrop of florals.

Wedding of Cassie & Michael. Cake: Caked Goodness. Photo: Calli B Photography

Wedding of Cassie and Michael. Cake: Caked Goodness. Calli B Photography

Modern Love

Give your cake a deliciously contemporary edge with playful patterns, on-trend textures and a single oversized bloom (real or edible).

Wedding of Cassie and Sam. Cake: Fish on Parkyn. Janneke Storm Photography

Wedding of Cassie and Sam. Cake: Fish on Parkyn. Janneke Storm Photography.

A Fresh Classic

A halo of pretty petals will bring a lively focal point to a classic three-tiered confection. Think roses, ranunculus and whimsical baby’s breath.

Wedding of Kaitlyn and Callum. Cake: Rebellyous Cake Co. Jess Jackson Photographer

Wedding of Kaitlyn and Callum. Cake: Rebellyous Cake Co. Jess Jackson Photographer

Cake Crush

Think quality not quantity when it comes to using flowers on an already-detailed cake. Complement white-on-white textures or detailing with just a few perfect blooms and a gleaming topper.

Wedding of Lauren and Regan. Cake: Creative Cakes by Lisa. Milque Photography and Films

Wedding of Lauren and Regan. Cake: Creative Cakes by Lisa. Milque Photography and Films

White From the Start

White on white can be wonderful. Ribbons and fresh roses are the ideal finishing touches here to keep the look clean and bold.

Wedding of Libby and Anthony. Cake: Vanilla Pod.  Lucas and Co Photography

Wedding of Libby and Anthony. Cake: Vanilla Pod. Lucas and Co Photography

Semi Naked

We adore naked cakes for a rustic-luxe look but just a sweep of white-washed textured icing may just be our new favourite finish. Accent with florals plus deep green leaves, berries or even succulents.

Wedding of RoseMae and Andrew. Cake: Sweet Clementine Cakes. Calli B Photography

Wedding of RoseMae and Andrew. Cake: Sweet Clementine Cakes. Calli B Photography

Pink & Pretty

Plush peonies or David Austin roses look right at home on round tiers (or anywhere really!). For an elegant hinterland wedding, this sweet masterpiece was the perfect match.

Cake: Julie Whitehead. Photo: Reyment Photography

Cake: Julie Whitehead. Photo: Reyment Photography

Choco-florals

You don’t have to have fresh florals to make a big impact. This stunning white chocolate flower will have your guests swooning (and wanted to sample a petal).

Pure Elegance

Balance intricate lacework with a topper of buds and blooms. Perfection.

Wedding of Jacalyn and Bradley Cake: Party Cakes Whitsundays. Iconic Bride Photography.

Wedding of Jacalyn and Bradley. Cake: Party Cakes Whitsundays. Iconic Bride Photography.

Cascading Blooms

Your something blue, your cake and your floral focal point sorted in one hit. You’re welcome!

Bed of Roses

Balance a multi-tiered wedding cake with a layer of roses. The look? Romantic luxe.

Wedding of Sarah and Rob. Cake: The Cupcake Teahouse. Karen Nuttall Photography

Wedding of Sarah and Robert. Cake: The Cupcake Teahouse. Karen Nuttall Photography

Best of Both

After a topper and some floral detailing for your wedding cake? Go for it! This sugared flower design with diamanté accessory make for a perfect pairing.

Wedding of Lachlan and Leah. Bischetto Photography.

Wedding of Lachlan and Leah. Bischetto Photography

The New ‘Classic’

The move towards subtle texturing is creating a new cake classic. A handful of blooms in a pastel palette allows for each element to shine on their own.

Naturally Gorgeous

Incorporate some greenery (yes even leaves!) to add a natural touch to your wedding cake.

Wedding of Shelly and Rob. Cake: Cakes by Simone Weatherstone.  Jess Jackson Photographer.

Wedding of Shelly and Rob. Cake: Cakes by Simone Weatherstone. Jess Jackson Photographer.

Handmade With Love

A simple addition of twine with an adorable handmade topper can make a cake ‘uniquely yours’.

Wedding of Alyce and Sebastien. Cake:  Sweetums. Chris Hall Photography

Wedding of Alyce and Sebastien. Cake: Sweetums. Chris Hall Photography

Floral Impact

Have your wedding cake do all the talking and make a bold statement with florals en masse.

An Eye For Detail

For a sleek look, opt for an intricate floral motif. We love this detailed design!

Wedding of Anna and Blake. Cake: Birgita Gahm.  Photo: Matilda Söderstrom

Wedding of Anna and Blake. Cake: Birgita Gahm. Photo: Matilda Söderstrom

The Contemporary Wedding Cake

These sugared flowers in varying sizes and contrasting colours make for a modern wedding cake look.

Soft and Subtle

Combine a square cut with frosted detailing and top it off with a handful of fresh flowers to create a most romantic wedding concoction.

Wedding of Rohan and-Danielle. Cake: Anjas Designer Cakes. Andrew Rankin Photography

Wedding of Rohan and-Danielle. Cake: Anjas Designer Cakes. Andrew Rankin Photography

Simply Divine

Rohan and Danielle’s wedding cake is the epitome of simple elegance. These florals create an almost-ombré palette and we’re obsessed!


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