There is something so pretty about graduated colour on anything – think bridesmaid’s gowns for example.
So when there’s a cake involved – how could we resist!
Petalled cake from Martha Stewart Weddings
Gorgeous yellow teardrop cake from Martha Stewart Weddings
Rosy-ness from Glorious Treats
Individual hydrangea flowers – so delicate from Cake Hero
Rainbow cake pops – imagine a cake buffet with different versions of these. Try different cake flavours, and different embellishments to add to the fun. Or ice them all in the main colour of your wedding palette but vary the shade from light through to dark, or variations of the same colour.
Cute coloured cake pops by Simply Posh
Rainbow gorgeous-ness from Hawaii Kawaii – brownies wrapped in colour
Rainbow icecream cones cake bites – fun in a cone from Sugar Swings! Serve Some
A bouquet of sweetness from Bubble and Sweet
Continuing on with our rainbow theme – let’s look at macarons. That delectable crunchy yet soft and creamy treat – try stopping at one!
Anyone for pink macarons? From Pei Li’s Miniatures
Sing a rainbow with macarons from Sparkles Macaron
Pistachio and grapefruit macarons from Cannelle et Vanille – are you salivating yet?
Such a cute idea for wedding favours from Pei Li’s Miniatures
Macaron cake tower from G&G
How can you not love rainbows? There’s the magic of childhood, wondering about the fairies and that pot of gold, and then there is the amazement that Mother Nature can create something so perfect seemingly out of thin air!
So let’s indulge in the wonder of rainbows – firstly – in cakes……
Gorgeous pink rainbow cake from Call Me Cupcake
Subtle coloured rainbow cake from Martha Stewart Weddings
How can you not love this even if you are a ‘grown-up’? Rainbow cake from Whisk Kid
Another gorgeous confection from Martha Stewart Weddings
Stay tuned for more rainbow lusciousness next week!
Hydrangeas are a particular favourite of ours here at Bridal Survival. They are delicate with their individual flowers, but at the same time voluptuous with their large nodding heads. The colours are also so gorgeous – from pinks, whites, blue and purples to greens and the more rustic colours of autumn which come out as the flower dies off on the plant towards autumn and winter.
Used in large arrangements or small, they can be as subtle in colour or as bold as you wish them to be.
Hydrangea door wreath – image from Mary Basnight via The Bride’s Cafe
Dreamy colours set off in an old wooden caddie from Dreamy Whites
Blue as the sky from Pilgrim and Pie
What could be more beautiful than this? Image from Laughing With Angels
Image from Better Homes and Gardens
Feast your eyes – image from Honey & Fitz
And in green already fading slightly in Autumn… image from French Larkspur