15 wedding cakes with roses that will water your mouth.

 In Blog, David Austin Roses, Scented Roses, Wedding

The history of the wedding cake dates back to Ancient Rome when the groom would break a loaf of bread over his bride’s head as a symbol of good fortune. Today, bread crumbs aside, wedding cakes have become a staple element, and quite the treat, during wedding ceremonies and receptions. Scroll to view a few wedding cake trends that can help make the cake design or selection process just a bit easier.

These Charity, Juliet and Edith wedding roses were carefully placed by Mandy, owner of Hothouse Design Studio, and her team to create a cascading floral design atop this buttercream, textured wedding cake in the Honeycutt-Elmore wedding at J&D Farms. You cannot help wanting a slice!

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Perfect cake for the art lovers.

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Hand painted floral cake beauty…perfect Claire Pettibone wedding inspiration!

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Dotted ombre wedding cake finished with the David Austin Wedding Rose ‘Patience’.

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Wedding cake for the travelers. Would fit wonderfully with the David Austin Wedding Rose ‘Miranda’ or the Meilland Jardin et Parfum Rose ‘Rene Goscinny’.

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Love the elegant cream white icing of this wedding cake in combination with peonies. You can also use a more outstanding rose like the Pink Yves Piaget.

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Delicate sugar peonies and David Austin roses give this bridal cake a cottage garden feel. With dusty pink and vintage lace accents. Created by Cake Avenue.

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Un-iced wedding cakes are becoming an increasingly more common trend for countryside, rustic or natural-themed weddings. Instead of decorating with icing or fondant, these cakes are accented by flowers, fruits, shrubbery, and light sprinklings of powdered sugar. This is an excellent, yet creative, way to be chic and still result with an “un-fussy” cake.

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Or just partial iced with some beautiful Charity roses instead of these pink ranunculus?

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Full sugar topper of cream garden roses.

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Wildflower Cakes London Oplulent wedding cake with gold leaf bands and autumal sugar flowers, dahlias, roses, ivy and maybe some David Austin Roses added?

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Wedding cake with succulents, David Austin Juliet garden roses, ranunculus, silver brunia & hypericum berries.

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Some of the cakes are just too beautiful to eat! Which one do you like the most?

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Lara Kuhr

Content Community Marketeer at Parfum Flower Company
Lara Kuhr is an online marketer, specializing in content creation, and a writer by heart. With eight years of blogging experience on various topics, she discovered her preferred subjects are flowers, books, and weddings. From website articles to Instagram posts to product flyers: Lara writes them all. She lives with her four-legged friends in a picturesque town in the Netherlands. When she is not busy working, she's either traveling or reading one of the many books from her shelves. There's probably also something with way too much sugar baking in the oven.
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