Fall Wedding Cakes Characteristic is Showed by the Decoration
Make the most of the season by picking cakes with distinct fall flavors. Instead of traditional white cake, consider a pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting or a spice cake with blackberry filling and cream cheese frosting. For a lighter cake that will still remind guests of fall, go for an almond lemon cake with lemon frosting and filling. Choose fall wedding cakes on your Fall season’s wedding. There are a lot of creative decorations that will supported your beauty of wedding cakes. Check it one by one here.
Color counts when you’re designing a fall-inspired cake, and you can’t go wrong with a wedding color palette of burnt orange, brown, yellow, and red. That said, it’s easy to go overboard with common colors add just a hint of fall color with a simple chocolate ganache or an ivory butter cream cake trimmed with orange or yellow. Or let the fall colors pop with an ivory cake covered in burnt orange, brown, yellow, and red sugar maple leaves. Maple leaves as we know is the characteristic of fall season on your fall wedding cakes.
Match your cake to your bouquet by asking your baker to create sugar versions of your wedding flowers. For a modern wedding, ask your baker to create a few large graphic sugar dahlias for your cake tiers. If you’re going for a more classic style, find out whether your baker can “paint” small sunflowers on your cake using an edible dye. Decorating your fall wedding cakes with maple leaves, acorns, and other fall-inspired elements made out of chocolate, sugar, or gum paste is one way to create a clearly seasonal cake. But you don’t have to go over the top with these add ons to get an autumnal look. Instead of brightly colored fall leaf shapes, consider a chocolate cake with molded-chocolate acorns or leaves. The tone on tone look will have the same effect with a more discrete style.