Spring Wedding Cakes That Are Almost Too Pretty to Eat
When it comes to designing your wedding cake, it never hurts to look to the season for inspiration. This helps if you're hoping to decorate your confection with flowers, as you'll probably want to know what's fresh and readily-available. It's also useful when picking the color scheme, if you want to highlight your wedding date through details like your dessert. You can even choose to serve timely flavors, like something floral for spring.
Because spring's such a beautiful time to wed, we've seen tons of seasonal cakes at real weddings taking place in March, April, May, and early June. Despite what you may think, they aren't all decked out in peonies and pastels. Common spring-inspired motifs can certainly make their way into your dessert, but brides and grooms are more than welcome to go a more creative route, too. Whether that means swapping out a white confection for colorful one, using less-popular springtime symbols, or covering your cake in a bounty of fresh flowers, the options are as varied as the season's unpredictable weather.
If you're tying the knot during this special time of year and want to embrace all that it has to offer, infuse spring into your wedding cake. For ideas, look no further than the following treats, which were served at springtime celebrations and nodded to the season in a range of pretty and unique ways. Like the loveliest sun shower or the lushest blooming garden, these desserts were stunning.
Vow Wedding Cake
Hellebores Wedding Cake
Blue Wedding Cake
Soft, springy shades aren't limited to light pink, purple, and yellow. An icy blue like this one works for the season, too.
Trellis Wedding Cake
Anything garden-related, including trellises, will evoke the thought of spring. That's why, with its trellis-like pattern, this cake is a perfect fit for the season.
Strudel Wedding Cake
Four-Tiered Wedding Cake
This sweet, textured confection was decorated in springy, bridal hues like blush and cream.
Unexpected Wedding Cake
A speckled design is surprising but still spring-appropriate. The colors on this cake resembled staples of the season: sunshine mixed with rain.
Lovely Wedding Cake
There's nothing like pink flowers to make a wedding dessert feel appropriate for spring.
Ocean-Inspired Wedding Cake
Bundt Wedding Cake
This wedding's Bundt cake was coated in powdered sugar, resembling springtime's last dustings of snow.
Ridged Wedding Cake
For their May wedding, this couple cut into a ridged confection decorated with a few vibrant flowers.
Magnolia Wedding Cake
Sparse Wedding Cake
Little groupings of white, pink, red, and purple flowers decorated this sparsely-iced cake.
Green-and-White Wedding Cake
Nearly-Naked Wedding Cake
Pink flowers were used to spruce up this wedding cake. It was coated with just a bit of icing.
Wedding Cake with Bright Flowers
Pastels may be popular for spring weddings, but you can definitely opt for brighter shades, instead. This couple chose saturated pink and orange blooms for their cake.
Metallic Wedding Cake
Little Wedding Cake
This petite, flower-topped treat was oh-so pretty. The peach-hued roses are especially fitting for a spring wedding.
Botanical Wedding Cake
Ribbon Wedding Cake
Matching Wedding Cakes
This couple served several fondant-covered cakes from Coco Paloma Desserts topped with fresh flowers at their April wedding.
Almond Wedding Cake
These newlyweds served a selection of cakes by Go Girl Goodies on simple, glass stands. Among them was this almond cake decorated with white peonies.
Formal Wedding Cake
A three-tiered confection by Maggie Austin Cake was adorned with gardenias (the bride wore a fresh one in her hair), sugar pearls, and ruffles for this formal affair.
Dripping Wedding Cake
This couple opted for an exposed cake with icing dripping down the sides by Classic City Confections for their April wedding.
Piped Wedding Cake
The three-tiered cake by Buttercream was piped in an elegant pattern and boasted layers of pineapple, strawberry, and chocolate, at this spring wedding.
Golden Wedding Cake
Flavorful Wedding Cake
This couple cut into a four-tiered wedding cake from Momofuku Milk Bar at their May nuptials.
Pink Wedding Cake
Sugar-flower peonies, ranunculus, and roses topped the white-velvet, vanilla, and chocolate cake by Maggie Austin Cake at this early-June celebration.
Fern Wedding Cake
The classic three-tiered vanilla bean-, lemon-, and mocha-flavored cake at this April wedding was a creation brought to life by the Pago restaurant pastry chef. A combination of blooming rose vines and ferns decorated the treat.
Homemade Wedding Cake
Best. Sister. Ever. For her spring wedding, the bride's sis concocted this homemade chocolate-buttercream cake with white-chocolate cream-cheese frosting, which was inspired by a recipe from Sky High Cakes
Fruity Wedding Cake
Who needs frosting when you have florals? This blueberry-lemon naked cake by Buttercup Bakery featured fresh flowers on each tier.
White Wedding Cake
Why not choose a wedding cake that features your favorite flavor and your hubby's too? This five-tiered, white wedding cake by Willard InterContinental Washington combined the groom's go-to flavor, banana, and the bride's favorite, almond. They kept it simple on the outside, with a pretty floral design fitting for spring.
Blue Wedding Cake
Wedding Cake with Monogram Topper
At this May wedding, a dessert table held a variety of confections, including a three-tiered vanilla-and-chocolate cake with buttercream icing, a pie, and this single-tiered cake with a monogram topper.
Gardenia Wedding Cake
The only thing we love more than the sugar gardenias on this buttercream-frosted, springy wedding cake? The fact that they were inspired by the groom's grandfather's painting, which hung above the fireplace behind the dessert.
Quirky Wedding Cake
Painted Wedding Cake
With paper flowers cascading down the top tier and a hand-painted flower design on the bottom, this stunning wedding cake by Hey There, Cupcake! epitomized spring.
Decorated Wedding Cake
Cup&Cake Barcelona adorned this cake with blueberries and rosemary for a decorative touch.