A freesia wedding cake makes a beautiful ode to spring for the bride who wants to celebrate the fresh, new beauty of the spring season in her choice of wedding cake design.
Hello Naomi created one our all time favourite wedding cakes in the exquisite lace design above dressed with pale green and white freesia blossoms – a study in simplicity, style and gracefulness.
The Dainty Baker also pairs sprays of freesia with lace in their wedding cake creation below with the softest of pale pink peonies adding to the pretty floral decor.
For a gumpaste freesia tutorial, check out our Compendium of Sugar Flowers Tutorials here.
The natural trailing shape of freesia blooms is worked into a beautiful cascading bouquet of pink peonies in the design below by Fat Cakes Design – mirroring the shape of the organic, trailing bridal bouquet that is so on trend at the moment.
Sugar flower pefection is achieved by Jacqueline Butler of Petalsweet in her outstanding gumpaste freesia (below left), with a pretty mixed bouquet by Hilary Rose Cupcakes (right) featuring the gently arched shape of spring freesia flowers.
Another of Jacqueline Butler’s masterpiece sugar flowers below – freesia blossoms in the palest of pale blue – our colour of the year for weddings in 2016.
The classic freesia wedding cake trio by Wendy Kromer for Martha Stewart Weddings below compliments the the flowerbudded beauty of the freesia spray with polk-dotted textures for a masterfully designed wedding cake display.
On the right, periwinkle blue freesia make the perfect adornment for this seaside inspired wedding cake by Roberta’s Cakes (image by Lev Kuperman Photography).
Trailing sprays of freesia add the perfect garden-style touch to this fresh flower topped naked cake (below left, image via marianofriginal .com), with freesia buds, blooms and foliage in soft yellow ready to be assembled on the right from Petalsweet.
A stylishly shaped arrrangement of fresh flowers is given beautiful structure with fresh freesia sprays in this delicious coconut dessert style wedding cake from All Things Sweet by Carissa.
Sprays of trailing freesia add a romantic touch to this lavish lavender floral wedding cake (below left) by Cakesalouisa, while on the right Bronte Bakes creates a fabulous cake top arrangement with freesia in purples and pinks blended with soft pink roses.
Spring white freesia with its touches of pale green makes one the most elegant floral adornments for a simple spring wedding cake with cakes by Erica O’Brien (below left) and Bobbette and Belle (below right).
A centrepiece pale pink/peach dahlia is framed with pretty freesia blossoms and one of two white lisianthus for a beautiful floral accompaniment to the divinely coloured pale green base tier with faded gold wash – a pastel beauty from Sugablossom Cakes.
The soft green and white of trailing freesia blossoms brings a spring touch to the two elegant wedding cake designs below by Curtis and Co. Cakes (left, image by Weddings by Nicola & Glen) and by Alex Narramore of The Mischief Maker Desserts, right).
Our final design below, T Bakes have used the natural shape of the freesia bloom to create a climbing floral effect in this cake top arrangement – the perfect botanical flourish for this beautifully frilled wedding cake.
Advertisement: Jacqueline Butler of Petalsweet’s now has an online class available on Craftsy featuring the fabulous flowers below including a freesia tutorial plus tutorials for sweet pea, lavender, lilac and cosmos flowers. Find out more here: Jacqueline Butler gumpaste flower tutorials.
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