A green cake can be a refreshingly beautiful centerpiece for your late summer wedding. Your cake can be as tall as you wish, and all are young, with scalloped white butter cream or icing. Decorations in floral and leaf motifs can be in any shades of green you choose, and blue petals create a stunning contrast. Using other garden tones, such as lavender or magenta, will celebrate nature’s peak at this season, and plain white is always a clean accent color. Note how the arrangement of daisies around the tiers of this cake emphasizes the natural feeling.
Your green cake design can be two-dimensional, as though the icing or fondant were a canvas on which is painted the decorative design, or the design can be three-dimensional, with frosting or fondant actually resembling flowers, fruit, and other décor in a realistic manner. Such 3D decorations are now serving as cake toppers, too, instead of or accompanying the traditional bride and groom figures. A complex design using the end-of-summer palette is the four-tier cake in white with a lively “waterfall” cascading down one side in shades of white, aqua, and blue…a creative, contemporary design. Green wedding cakes reflect the natural romantic ambience of your lush end-of-summer wedding environment. (Image Source: theknot.com)