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Simple Wedding Cakes With Fresh Flowers

Simple wedding cakes with fresh flowers can be elegant, minimalist confections that are a beautifully sweet way to celebrate a couple’s union. With many styles to choose from, couples are sure to find a fresh flower cake to complement their wedding festivities.

Fresh Flower Wedding Cake Ideas

A simple cake can look distinctive and luxurious when decorated with fresh flowers, but despite a minimalist approach, there are many ways to decorate the cake beautifully. While rose wedding cakes are common, there are plenty of other flowers that look lovely as well.

Cascading Flowers

This is one of the most popular ways to use flowers on a wedding cake. Starting either at the top or near the top of the cake, the flowers cascade down the sides in a smooth curve or spiral. Straight cascades can be used, or multiple cascades can be added to larger cakes for a lovely floral decoration.

Flowers Between Tiers

Separating a cake’s tiers with layers of colorful blooms is an elegant way to add fresh flowers to even the simplest of cakes without overdoing the design. If the tiers are not spaced apart, flowers could be used to line the crease where the tiers connect.

Floral Toppers

Many couples create beautiful simple wedding cakes with fresh flowers by using blooms as a colorful wedding cake topper. On a larger cake, a floral topper could be combined with the traditional bride and groom figurine piece, or figurines may be displayed on the cake table or omitted altogether.

Scattered Flowers

Larger or more intricate blooms look best when simply scattered around the wedding cake artfully. This is especially effective when the cake is smaller and would be overwhelmed by large numbers of flowers, or if the flowers themselves are unusual and distinctive. Adding flower petals can also add floral detailing without needing too many blooms.

Greenery With Flowers

Using greenery with your fresh flowers gives your cake a natural look. It can be rustic when combined with a naked cake or it can simply add more color to a plain cake that has few decorations.

Tips for Decorating Cakes With Flowers

Decorating wedding cakes with fresh flowers is not as easy as it may seem. The couple, along with their baker and florist, needs to consider issues of safety and presentation when coordinating this type of floral motif.

Safety

Before simply scattering fresh flowers over a tiered wedding cake, couples should be aware that not all flowers are suitable adornments. Some flowers are highly toxic and can make guests ill if they are consumed, or even if some pollen, oils, or other part of the flower contaminates the cake’s icing. Furthermore, flowers that were grown with heavy amounts of pesticides can also contaminate cakes, even if the blooms themselves are innocuous. To safely decorate cakes with fresh flowers:

  • Choose blooms that can safely be used around food.
  • Use hidden plastic picks to hold the blooms; never insert floral stems into the cake.
  • Instruct caterers serving the cake to remove flowers and not put them on guests’ plates to minimize any potential problems.

Presentation

To keep fresh flowers looking their best when displayed on a wedding cake, consider these tips:

  • Choose flowers that coordinate well with the wedding décor, perhaps matching the bride’s bouquet or the wedding reception centerpieces.
  • Ask whether the baker and florist can coordinate the cake flowers or if a member of the bridal party will need to deliver blooms to the bakery.
  • If possible, use stem picks with small water reservoirs to keep blooms fresh.
  • Keep flowers chilled prior to decorating the cake and keep the cake chilled as long as possible to prevent wilting.

Simplicity Is Key

To highlight the flowers, a simply decorated cake is best, with icing to coordinate with the color of the flowers. Details such as icing dots or small embellishments can subtly add more intricacy to the cake, but too many details can be overwhelming. These cakes can be a gorgeous centerpiece of a wedding reception as well a delicious dessert for the happy couple to share with their guests. With many styles to choose from and dozens of blooms that can be stunning decorations, there is a way for every couple to incorporate beautiful blooms into their wedding cake designs.

Simple wedding cakes with fresh flowers can be elegant, minimalist confections that are a beautifully sweet way to celebrate a couple's union. With many …

85 of the Prettiest Floral Wedding Cakes

Pretty blooms are the perfect accessory for your reception confection.

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Photo by Kelly Anne Berry

Whether you prefer sugar or fresh flowers, pretty blooms are the perfect accessory for your reception confection—and these 85 floral wedding cakes are all the proof you’ll need.

While guests might forget your first dance song or the color of your table runners, your friends and family will always remember what your wedding cake tasted and looked like. Wedding cakes with flowers and greenery are undeniable show-stoppers and one of the most popular big day desserts—for good reason, we might add.

Flower wedding cakes don’t just have their beautiful looks going for them. Florals can add vibrancy to an otherwise simple cake at a relatively low expense. It allows the couple to skip pricier decorative techniques—like fondant or hand-cut details—in favor of floral adornments. And though sugar flowers cost more than fresh, the fake buds are still a cost-effective way to upgrade your wedding cake without bursting your budget. And the best part about going the faux-flower route is that the color and design options are endless.

Floral wedding cakes are so versatile that they can be adapted to fit almost any wedding theme. Go the rustic route with scattered buds and greenery at the cake’s base. A confection with gold accents or intricate sugar flowers in between each layer befits a glamorous affair. A nearly naked flower wedding cake with a scattering of wildflowers is perfect for bohemian weddings. And more couples are also getting creative with watercolor prints and unexpected color combinations.

To get you feeling inspired, we found 85 beautiful wedding cakes with flowers for you to peruse. With countless options, including hand-painted, cascading, and overloaded-floral styles, it’s impossible not to find a delicious confection you absolutely love.

Keep It Petite

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Photo by Olivia Rae James

Proof you don’t need towering tiers to make a stunning reception confection. All this petite wedding cake needed was three full and lush roses.

Reminisce on Spring

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Photo by Corbin Gurkin

The lilac and sunny yellow blooms on this wedding cake remind us of springtime garden parties.

Add Seasonal Fruits

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Photo by James + Schulze

In addition to garden-fresh flowers, this wedding cake is also decorated with a bounty of seasonal fruits.

Spring Wedding Ready

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Photo by Bashful Captures

With buttercream frosting, lush flowers, and greenery, this confection is ready for a spring wedding.

Utilize Watercolor

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Photo by Nicole Berrett Photography

With watercolor floral illustrations, this wedding cake is totally dreamy.

Add an Acrylic Topper

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Photo by Ali Bailey

Lightly frosted and toting an acrylic topper, this confection also features roses in muted lavender hues.

Use Pink Flowers

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Photo by Kate Headley

This stunning confection is positively drowning in pretty pink flowers.

Top With Berries

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Photo by Sarah Falugo

In addition to roses, this summery wedding cake is also topped with berries.

Feature Pressed Flowers

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Photo by Jenna Powers Photography; Cake by Desserts by Deena; Florals Design by Old Slate Farm

Instead of fresh flowers, this wedding cake featured dried and pressed flowers for a wild and whimsical look.

Top With Lavender

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Photo by Mariel Hannah Photography

This pretty-in-pink wedding cake is topped with fragrant lavender.

Use Dark-Hued Blooms

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Photo by Kelly Anne Berry

The dark-hued blooms on this floral wedding cake give this confection a romantic, moody vibe.

Rest on Blooms

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Photo by Greer Gattuso

Not only is this floral wedding cake dripping in white flowers, but it’s also resting on an entire garden’s worth of blooms.

Wrap in Vines

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Photo by Laura Gordon; Cake by Favorite Cakes; Planning by Easton Events; Florals by Beehive Events

This beautiful dessert is wrapped in vines and dotted with flowers.

Perfect for Spring

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Photo by Curtis Wiklund Photography

Doesn’t this flower wedding cake just seem to scream springtime?

Gorgeous Greenery

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Photo by Anna Roussos; Cake by Pavlov’s Lab; Planning by White Ribbon Boutique Events; Florals by Red Box Days

We love the organic feel of this petite wedding cake with white flowers and greenery.

Serve Three Cakes

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Photo by Christa Donald

Why have just one flower wedding cake when you can have three?

Classic and Romantic

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Photo by O’Malley Photographers

This wedding cake with flowers is equal parts classic and romantic.

Top With Roses

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Photo by For the Love of It

Here, a single-tiered wedding cake is topped with roses. We love all the texture in the buttercream.

Dot With Pink Posies

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Photo by Harwell Photography

How unique! For a French-inspired wedding, we love a Croquembouche cake. This one is even dotted with pretty pink posies.

Add Some Romance

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Photo by Alicia Swedenborg

The rich, red flowers on this cake add a dose of romance to the dessert.

Use Warm Hues

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Photo by Amber Vickery

At their Austin wedding, this couple served a gluten-free Mexican vanilla wedding cake with Italian cream and chocolate, complete with flowers in warm hues.

Chocolate and Flowers

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Photo by Sasithon Photography

Who doesn’t love chocolate cake? Especially when it’s covered in fresh flowers.

Spring-Ready Color Palette

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Photo by The Nichols

White and green is a spring-ready color palette we can always get behind.

Five Tiers of Florals

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Photo by Kristin La Voie Photography

This five-tiered floral wedding cake is a true showstopper.

Add Some Buds

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Photo by Heather Waraksa

This three-tiered naked wedding cake features white buds and sprigs of greenery.

Serve Doughnuts

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Photo by Kate Headley; Planning by Arney Walker Studio; Florals by White Magnolia Designs

Can’t choose between cake and doughnuts? Why not have both? This couple had a single-tiered wedding cake with flowers to cut, and then served guests yummy glazed doughnuts.

Stick With Autumnal Shades

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Photo by Molly Peach

The rich, autumnal shades of the flowers on this wedding cake are beyond beautiful.

Pop of Color

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Photo by Caroline Petters of Katie Osgood Photography; Cake by Momofuku Milk Bar

At their New York wedding, this couple served a confetti cake from Momofuku Milk Bar, complete with magenta flowers.

Complement Your Frosting

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Photo by Katie Dessin Photography

The blush flowers that top this lemon Marionberry cake complement its pink frosting perfectly.

Think Pink

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Photo by Kerry Jeanne Photography

We love the blush, bright pink, and white flowers that complete this white wedding cake.

Use Sugar Flowers Instead

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Photo by Jac and Thom

Sugar flowers can be just as beautiful as fresh flowers. (And they’re definitely tastier.)

Something Blue

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Photo by Judy Pak

Who ever said your something blue couldn’t be your wedding cake?

Cascade of Ombré

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Photo by Lauren Gabrielle

Ombré-hued flowers cascade down this five-tiered wedding cake.

Trail of Flowers

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Photo by Jenny Fu

The red flowers that trail along the two tiers of this wedding cake pack a serious punch.

Dot With Garden Roses

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Photo by Rebecca Yale Photography; Cake by Magnolia Bakery; Planning by Twine Events

This white wedding cake is dotted with gorgeous garden roses.

Layer With Flowers

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Photo by Rachel May Photography

Between each layer of this floral wedding cake lie lush white buds.

Sprinkle With Greenery

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Photo by Ryan Ray Photography

This nearly naked wedding cake is sprinkled with greenery and a few blush-hued blooms.

Serve Tiers of Cheese

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Photo by Taylor Abeel

Instead of a traditional wedding cake, this couple served up tiers of cheese at their New York wedding. (They still decorated the layers with some fabulous florals though, of course.)

Avoid Traditional Flowers

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Photo by Carlie Statsky

If you don’t love the look of traditional flowers, why not decorate your reception dessert in trailing greenery?

Add a Feminine Touch

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Photo by Norman + Blake

The coral charm peonies on this floral wedding cake give the dessert a feminine touch.

Top With a Trio of Flowers

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Photo by Cotton Weddings

Here, a single-tiered wedding cake is topped with a trio of flowers.

Use Countless Flowers

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Photo by Heather Durham Photography

At pro golfer Smylie Kaufman’s wedding, this towering confection with countless cascading flowers was served.

Add Some Dimension

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Photo by Kristin La Voie Photography

The black centers of the anemones that decorate this wedding cake add some dimension to the look.

Feature a Geometric Pattern

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Photo by Anna Delores Photography; Cake by Paper Cake Events

Black wedding cakes have a cool, chic feel to them. This one features a geometric pattern on its bottom tier and some pretty pink blooms.

Autumn Inspiration

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Photo by Judy Pak

Wedding cakes with flowers aren’t just for spring or summer. This one would look right at home at autumnal nuptials.

Use Succulents

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Photo by Molly Peach

While not a traditional floral choice, succulents can serve as an ultra-cool wedding cake topper.

For a Formal Affair

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Photo by Jenny Haas

This three-tiered white wedding cake is clean and classic—perfect for a traditional or more formal affair.

Keep Things Monochromatic

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Photo by Wild Whim

Keep things monochromatic with white flowers.

Use Shades of Pink and Coral

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Photo by Rachael Osborn Photography; Cake by Frosted Pumpkin

This dessert is adorned with flowers in shades of pink and coral.

Garlands of Greenery

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Photo by Pedro Vilela

Thin garlands of greenery and delicate posies was all this wedding cake needed.

Add a Unique Touch

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Photo by Lacie Hansen Photography

The leafy greens on this floral wedding cake add a unique and seasonal touch.

Use Creamsicle-Hued Flowers

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Photo by Birds of a Feather Photography

The Creamsicle-hued flowers on this wedding cake are perfect for a summer wedding.

Use Identical Flowers

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Photo by Lauren Fair Photography

With matching white flowers, this buttercream wedding cake is fit for any type of celebration—from casual to more formal weddings.

Make a Watercolor Motif

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Photo by Caroline Ross Photography; Cake by The Cake and the Giraffe

This five-tiered floral wedding cake features a watercolor motif and sugar flower accents.

Use 3-D Floral Accents

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Photo by Red Anchor Photo; Cake by Beverly’s Bakery; Florals by Three Petals Design

This colorful two-tiered wedding cake is adorned with 3-D floral accents.

Top With Ranunculi

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Photo by Bashful Captures; Cake by Sugar Suckle

Here, a two-tiered pink-and-gold wedding cake is topped with ranunculi and greenery.

Add a Metallic Sheen

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Photo by James & Jess Photography; Cake by Four Seasons Resort, the Biltmore Santa Barbara

With a metallic sheen, this two-tiered white-and-gold wedding cake is decorated with fresh flowers.

Keep It Glamorous

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Photo by Jessie Schultz Photography; Cake by Cute Cakes; Florals by Organic Flora

How glamorous is this three-tiered metallic wedding cake decorated with white flowers?

Cascade of Roses

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Photo by Jose Villa; Cake by Perfect Endings Bakery

A cascade of organic garden roses complete this four-tiered buttercream-frosted wedding cake.

Cover With Fresh Flowers

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Photo by Sawyer Baird Photography; Cake by Southern Inn Restaurant; Florals by Mallory Joyce Florals

Here, a two-tiered buttercream-frosted wedding cake is covered in fresh roses and greenery.

Add Ombré Frills

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Photo by Kate Headley; Cake by Maggie Austin Cake (featured in Maggie Austin Cake: Artistry and Technique)

With a fun femininity, this ombré two-tiered wedding cake is decorated with delicate fondant frills, sugar peonies, ranunculi, and roses.

Hand-Paint Your Cake

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Photo by Live View Studios; Cake by Sugar Euphoria

With tons of artistic charm, this hand-painted floral wedding cake is topped with fresh flowers.

Hand-Paint a Toile Design

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Photo by Molly + Co Photography; Cake by Kimberly Bailey of The Butter End Cakery

Who needs fresh flowers when you can have a hand-painted toile design?

Mix Vibrant Colors

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Photo by Kurt Nething Photography; Cake by Sweet Art Bake Shop

For the couple who loves color, this vibrant blue buttercream-frosted wedding cake with cascading red flowers is the perfect choice.

Add Bundles of Blooms

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Photo by Caroline Tran; Cake by Cake Creamery; Florals by Celio’s Designs

With bundles of blooms, everyone will be snapping photos of this wedding cake display.

Add Romance With Sugar Flowers

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Photo by Krista Fox Photography; Cake by Bobbette & Belle

This romantic three-tiered wedding cake with sugar flowers is ideal for formal receptions.

Mix Flowers and Greenery

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Photo by Emily March Photography; Cake by Sugar Euphoria

This three-tiered wedding cake is decorated with fresh flowers and trailing greenery.

A Rustic Look

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Photo by Allen Tsai Photography; Cake by Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery

Ideal for more rustic celebrations, this buttercream-frosted wedding cake is adorned with orange-hued cascading flowers.

Make a Flower Wall

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Photo by Leila Brewster Photography; Cake by d’Elissious Cake Studio; Florals by Lauryl Lane

The perfect backdrop to a wedding cake with flowers? A flower wall, of course!

Use Sunset Shades

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Photo by Allen Tsai Photography; Cake by Annie’s Culinary Creations

We love the sunset shades of the flowers adorning this four-tiered wedding cake.

Add Punchy Pink Flowers

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Photo by Lisa Renault Photographie; Cake by Rustique; Florals by O.xide Design

How pretty are the punchy pink flowers that top this white wedding cake?

Use Organic Flowers

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Photo by Laurie Bailey Photography; Cake by The Butter End Cakery; Florals by La Petite Gardenia

This rustic buttercream-frosted wedding cake is decorated with organic pink flowers and greenery.

Decorate With a Floral Wreath

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Photo by Melanie Gabrielle Photography; Cake by Earth and Sugar

Instead of topping this wedding cake with traditional buds, this confection is decorated with a floral wreath.

Mix Flowers and Fruit

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Photo by O’Malley Photographers; Cake by The Sweet Side

This five-tiered white wedding cake is decorated with fresh flowers, greenery, and fruit.

Add Some Candy Accents

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Photo by Jake + Heather; Cake by Sugar Euphoria

With a light wash of blue, this three-tiered wedding cake is topped with fresh flowers and candy accents.

Keep It Traditional

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Photo by Tim Souza Photography; Cake by Maria Sohail Cakes

Perfect for a traditional wedding, this white three-tiered wedding cake is adorned with white sugar flowers.

Add Monochromatic Sugar Flowers

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Photo by Callie Hobbs Photography; Cake by Cakeheads Bakery

Go monochromatic with this white four-tiered wedding cake decorated with white sugar flowers.

Naked Cake With Hydrangeas

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Photo by Everbay Co.; Cake by PunkRockCakes

This naked wedding cake with hydrangeas and roses has a fresh and romantic feel to it.

Place in Front of Balloons

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Photo by Jessie Schultz Photography; Cake by Sweet & Saucy Shop; Florals by Ruffle Effect

Those balloons say it all when it comes to this two-tiered naked wedding cake with fresh flowers and greenery.

Keep It Feminine

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Photo by Kate Olson Photo; Cake by Ava Bakes Cakes

Feminine and impossibly pretty, this two-tiered naked wedding cake is decorated with roses and greenery.

Serve a Simple Cake

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Photo by Veronica Lola Photography; Cake by Seed to Sprout

We love the simplicity of this three-tiered naked wedding cake decorated with white flowers and greenery.

Two Is Better Than One

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Photo by Sawyer Baird Photography; Cake by JCT. Kitchen & Bar; Florals by Adaptation Floral Design

These twin floral wedding cakes prove that two desserts are always better than one.

Experiment With Shapes

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Photo by Andre Maier Photography; Cakes by Kimberly Bailey from The Butter End Cakery

These contemporary rectangular wedding cakes feature cascading organic florals.

Ready for Summer

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Photo by Jessica Bordner Photography; Cake by Earth and Sugar

With fresh flowers and flamingo cake toppers, this confection is ready for a summer wedding.

Choose Onyx Fondant

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Photo by Stewart Uy Photography; Cake by Vanilla Bake Shop

With chic onyx fondant, this four-tiered wedding cake features a floral pattern and handmade sugar flowers.

Wedding cakes with flowers, whether sugar or fresh, are classic, beautiful, and guaranteed to make a statement at your reception