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Spring weddings are beautiful. Sun, fresh grass and blooming flowers make for a beautiful backdrop for your beautiful day. But we all know what really matters (after your dress): The Cake.
These next 20 examples of gorgeous wedding cakes are sure to inspire your own cake. And remember, cakes can be pricey so don’t hesitate to have a cake for you and your hubby, and a larger less-expensive sheet style cake to serve guests. It can be just as tasty, but this is your day so have something gorgeous for your gorgeous self no matter what!
I adore this cake! The teal frosting and beautiful flowers are just perfection.
The stunning cake has hand painted flowers. So beautiful!
This ombre cake in white, soft blue and gold is simple, yet elegant.
The simple lines of this cake add depth to an otherwise plain cake, and the fresh flowers and greenery are a simple, yet lovely touch, making this a beautiful cake.
This rustic cake is softened by the addition of beautiful pastel flowers. I love the “L+H” carved into the bottom tier!
This vintage inspired wedding cake is oh so glamorous! The crystal teardrops on the vintage cake stand perfectly complement the diamonds and pearls draped on the cake.
I love this cake and cupcakes combo. As I said above, wedding cakes can be pricey, but you should still make sure your cake is gorgeous. This provides a beautiful cake for the bride & groom, and maybe a small wedding party, and also beautiful treats for your guests.
This square cake, wrapped with ribbons and highlighted with bright Gerber daisies, is unexpectedly festive and fun! You could easily coordinate the ribbon to the daisies in your wedding colors.
This tall tiered naked cake is simply stunning! It can easily be casual or formal, suitable for any style of wedding. The fresh flowers and berries add beauty to an already beautiful cake.
This beautiful hand painted water color cake will certainly have guests ooohing and ahhing over its delicate beauty.
This four tiered naked cake offers something for every palette: Guinness and chocolate, courgette and apple, parsnip and maple syrup, and lemon drizzle. This cake is rustically beautiful, right down to the tree slab cake stand.
Nothing says Spring quite like cherry blossoms, and this cake is no exception! The pale pink buds look real, but I think they are sugar flowers. This cake is simple elegance at its finest.
If you are having a country wedding, this may be the cake for you! The buttercream ribbon frosting, burlap flowers and wooden “love” topper give this cake an understated country charm. Love really is sweet!
This ombre blue wedding cake with ruffled frosting is completed with a silver-grey prefect succulent.
As a new married couple, adventure awaits! This cake is elegant, while maintaining a sense of wonder. I love how the gold is softened by the cut flowers in shades of rose.
Lilacs and lace give this gorgeous cake a vintage look.
Dripping with gold, this cake is absolutely stunning. If you look closely you will see the very muted ombre that graces each tier, perfectly matching the cascading roses.
How sweet is this cake? Hand painted with your favorite quote or a verse from your vows, this cake is personal just to the new bride and groom.
This wedding cake, with offset tiers, one decorated with pearl beading, is timelessly elegant, while adding a touch of modern flair at the same time.
This is so different! I love the cascading macaroons in pale Spring colors. So unique.
Cheers to a beautiful wedding!