April 11, 2008

Wedding Cakes

Cakes are perhaps second only to the bridal bouquet in terms of memorable floral elements in a wedding. We have decorated dozens of wedding cakes for our clients. Here are a few of our favorites.

For a reception at Canlis restaurant in Seattle, we decorated between the layers of this cake with hydrangeas, red roses and cymbidium orchids with rose petals and orchids on the table.
Chocolate linens from Choice Linens.

For this three-tier wedding cake, we used Sahara roses, stock and cymbidium orchids for a cake that was as fragrant as it was delicious. The flowers were all selected from flowers used in the bride's bouquet.

This ornate cake needed very little decoration so we merely accented it with cymbdium orchids and hydrangea. The color is extended by perching additional floral elements on a sandblasted manzanita branch.

Calla lilies, roses, cymbidium orchids and viburnum decorate this cake from Hoffman's Fine Pastries in Kirkland.

This cake, decorated with roses, hydrangea blossoms and cymbidium orchids is beautiful in it's simplicity, but what makes it truly special is the use of the cake topper from the brides grandparent's wedding cake.

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