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In case you haven’t heard, Pantone recently announced that emerald is the color of 2013, which means couples will be searching for their “something emerald” instead of their “something blue.” Here are three ways to incorporate a green color scheme into any upcoming wedding:
1. Table Decor: Place emerald accents throughout the tables in your glassware, menus or plate settings.
Photo: Nancy Ray Photography
2. Bouquet: Steal the most abundant hue from Mother Nature to fill your bouquet.
Photo: Floressence Flowers
3, Cake: Choose a cake that has an emerald ombre effect.
Photo: Maxie B’s
Categories: Cakes + Confections, Ideas + Trends, Stationery, Wedding Cake, Wedding Flowers
Tags: A Prince Photo, emerald bouquets, emerald place settings, emerald wedding cakes, emerald weddings, Floressence Flowers, Maxie B's, Nancy Ray Photography
Photos (clockwise from top left): Sophisticated Floral Designs & Accessories, KWP Weaver, Caroline Ghetes Photography and Cake Zen
There’s nothing more creative and simple than incorporating a floral design into your wedding cake. Traditionally, wedding cakes were adorned with fresh flowers, but nowadays, couples are also adorning their cake with silk flowers instead. As long as you choose a floral design that accents your wedding theme, it’s bound to look beautiful. Are you using fresh flowers or silk flowers? Let us know in the comments below.
Photos (clockwise from top left): Rachel A. Clingen Wedding & Event Design, Sweet and Saucy Shop, Tallevi Studios, Logrono Cake Design
Now that fall is coming to an end, winter color palettes of white, gold, red, green and black will be featured in lots of weddings-and even on cakes. Fall in love with these winter-inspired cakes that have pine cones and branches as rustic accents, fresh red roses and holly berries and all that glitters gold. You can have any of these combinations to add character to your cake. In fact, you can get even more in the spirit of the holidays by choosing a distinct cake flavor like pumpkin spice, gingerbread, caramel buttercream or chocolate peppermint. These flavorful cakes will make it hard for your guests to resist having seconds. For more inspiration, check out our winter wedding cakes photo gallery.
Photos (clockwise from top left): MasterPlan Events, Blue Note Bakery, Petal & Forrest and Erica O’Brien Cake Design
Here are four wedding cakes ideas from our Pinterest board that we love, and our followers can’t seem to get enough of since they are our highest repinned wedding cakes. Consider a simple white cake with fondant flowers or fresh blooms or choose a cake that has a colorful ombre effect. Having two or three-dimensional decorating options like fondant, beads or patterns, adds an elegant feature to your cake. Tip: Make sure your cake decor is made to eat! For more wedding cake inspiration, check out our Pinterest board and discover the best wedding cake ideas from the top cake bakers.
Photos (from left to right): Christy Whitehead Photography and Natalie Franke Photography
After checking “pick a cake” off your wedding to-do list, the next step is to pick a cake topper. Cake toppers are meant to accent your cake and wedding theme but also show off you and your husband’s personality together. Whether you choose an animal cake topper like the ones pictured or a floral cake topper that accents your theme, remember it’s all comes down to how the cake tastes! For more cake topper inspiration, check out our gallery.
Photo: Kristen Marie Photography