With mint and grey two top wedding colours amongst brides this summer, we’re highlighting mint and grey foliage this week as the perfect accent to pastel sugar flowers for a soft, floral garden style wedding cake design.
Our feature cake above is by Leslea Matsis – a textured buttercreamed creation crowned with her signature impeccable roses and powder pink peonies, with little sprays of dusty miller peeping through for pretty silver/grey colour contrast.
A beautiful composition of soft pink roses, buds, blossoms and sweet peas is given a rustic finish with sprigs of dusty miller creating a chic colour palette in this multi-textured wedding cake design by Nine Cakes (Philip Ficks Photography via The Knot).
Another of Leslea Matsis’ masterpieces features below left lustred in pale gold and showcasing a giant-sized open peony framed with soft grey dusty miller foliage. Alison Lawson Cakes pretty naked cake to the right is dressed with sprigs of eucalyptus foliage and dusty miller leaves for the perfect accompaniment to the pink and white roses.
Helen Mansey’s signature delicately piping graces this elegant Bellissimo Cakes design, topped with statement roses in soft pink/peach tones highlighted with mint-grey foliage.
Showy dahlia and garden roses in dusky pink paired with silver foliage and grey-blue buds and blossoms make a stylish arrangment on this vintage pearl encrusted wedding cake design by Cakes by Krishanthi.
Blush pink and mint foliage adds a soft feminine touch to this art deco inspired gold and white wedding cake design by Sugarbelle Cakes, Canada.
A fabulously lady-like vintage lace wedding cake features below by Amelie’s Kitchen with a beautiful mix of garden flowers in blush pink accented with grey and mint foliage and buds.
A cluster of peach blossoms and mint foliage makes the perfect adornment for this exquisite lace wedding cake by Faye Cahill Cake Design.
Silvery dusty miller leaves paired with a statement ivory rose make a sophisticated colour choice to crown this sleek and elegant design by Leslea Matsis below left. On the white right, the palest of mint mixed with lustred white tiered adds pretty visual interest to this Faye Cahill design topped with a large white bloom and minted foliage.
For tutorials on how to make gumpaste dusty miller and lamb’s ear foliage, check out our earlier gumpaste foliage feature here: Sugar Foliage.
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