Fall Wedding Cakes

One of the perfect ways to make a fall wedding reception better is with fantastic fall wedding cakes. A lot of gorgeous ideas of fall wedding cakes are available that you can find out. It is important to bear in mind that the design of your wedding cake should complement the overall style of your wedding. And for fall weddings, the rustic style is very popular. If you see yourself getting married in a barn wearing handcrafted bridal jewelry and carrying a casual bouquet of fall flowers, your wedding cake should be equally rustic and full of country charm.

fall wedding cakes

Another beautiful idea is a cake decorated with sunflowers. The cake itself would be exquisite if it is frosted in a cream colored butter-cream frosting applied with a rough texture. To make it more beautiful you can tie dark brown raffia around the base of each tier, and accent with several miniature sunflowers which are placed in clusters on each layer. It would be an ideal cake for a rustic autumn wedding: natural and beautiful, without looking too “perfect”.

fall leaves wedding cakes
small fall wedding cakes

Another charming idea for fall wedding cakes is a falling leaf theme. You can make it in a variety of ways. You can have it from an elegant monochromatic design to a colorful flurry of leaves to a minimalist metallic leaf pattern. It is a must to choose the style that best suits your wedding colors and theme. For example, for a formal ballroom wedding, it would be very autumn chic to have a tall cake which is decorated with gilded gold leaves. Then you can display it on a gold tone cake stand for even more of a regal flair. Brides who prefer a more playful cake can opt for large numbers of different colors and shapes of sugar leaves which are scattered all over the cake in a random pattern. Real preserved leaves can be strewn about the cake table to continue the theme. A single color leaf made to resemble fiery red sugar maple leaves would be absolutely beautiful for any style of autumn or fall wedding cakes.

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