Beautiful blooms aren’t just reserved for the bouquet.
Au contraire, they’re spilling onto bridal gowns, ceremony aisles, rooftops, stationery, and our favourite wedding cake creations. That’s right! Wedding cakes are no longer just about the taste, they have become a canvas for beautiful floral designs. From fresh flowers to edible blooms, couples are incorporating these gorgeous elements into their cake creations. Whether you want a natural and organic look or a more vibrant and colorful design, there are endless possibilities to add a petal-perfect finish to your wedding cake.
Here are some of our favourite examples of fresh, edible, and glorious flowers that will make your wedding cake pop …
One for the peony enthusiasts: exquisite edible wafer blooms from The Cake That Ate Paris. Inside sounds just as dreamy: tiramisu cake; raspberry buttercream with pistachio, and limoncello cake for the top!
Adorned with pretties from Organica Floret Rose Farm and Pretty Produce, this is springtime in a cake from Zöe Clark Cakes.
How sweet are these handmade sugar roses from Brownz Bakes?
Fresh as a daisy. The sweet simplicity of this Buttercream & Pearls cutie gets us every time. Photo: Tessa Cox Photography at Jimbour House. Florals & styling: Emily Beutel Weddings
Beach vibes and summertime blooms from Zöe Clark Cakes for Chloe & Mitch. Photo: Joey & Jase
The sweetest floral flourish. Frosted Indulgence created this stunner with Bunch It Up blooms for Sarah & Garth at Rosewood Estate. Photo: Cloud Catcher Studio. See this gorgeous wedding in ISSUE 122 (it’s free to read!).
Obsessed with this ‘porcelain blossom cake’ from The Cake That Ate Paris.
Those handmade glazed sugar blossoms are pure delight.
Pepperberry Cakes created this joyful painterly effect with buttercream for Brooke & Blake at Gabbinbar.
Pink and so pretty from Miss Maples for Ashlee & Travis. Photo: Life and Love Photography
Classic roses and a gleam of gold spells coastal elegance for Kathleen & Clint at Noosa Boathouse. Cake: Brownz Bakes
Hands-down one of favourite ‘something blue’ moments ever, from Hansel & Gretel Cakes for Brooke & Jake at Gabbinbar. The flower-shaped tiers are adorned with fresh florals from Maddie Jayde Floral Design and sugar daisies.
Never getting over this epic moment from Zöe Clark Cakes
inspired by Erin Clare Bridal’s Indigo gown.
A tier of Snickers and a tier of Bounty? Tayla and Aaron, you are our people. Loving the contrast in this striking cake from Milk & Honey Cake Creative. Styling & florals: Ivy & Bleu at Summergrove Estate.
Colour me happy! Glorious hues from Milk & Honey Cake Creative at Braeside Estate, with florals & styling by Ivy & Bleu.
Edible pearl sequins and flowers adorn silky Swiss meringue buttercream in this beauty from Pepperberry Cakes. One of a trio for Taleasha & Ashley.
Semi-naked tiers and native blooms from Milk & Honey Cake Creative and Gloriosa Florals for Jess & Guy at The Valley Estate.
The colour of these edible blooms was inspired by the bridesmaid dresses! Pure sunshine from The Cake That Ate Paris at Fins at Plantation House.
Coming up roses withZöe Clark Cakes.
Pressed flowers from Pretty Produce and fresh florals from Poppies for Willow complete this stunner from Pepperberry Cakes for Vanessa & Michael at Gabbinbar.
Classic with a twist from Brownz Bakes.