There is nothing more magical than a winter wedding! If snow is your thing, you should consider having your wedding in the winter.
For a Christmas theme, go for a gold drip and sugared cranberries. Fresh florals in white and red will complete de look. Don’t forget the Christmas lights in the background, and you are set for a winter wonderland. (Above)
If you care about seasonal florals, the anemones are in season. The black and white of the anemones is perfect on the white buttercream finish of the cake and the touches of real gold flakes.
For a more modern bride, you can choose asymmetrical height tiers. Roses are a classic choice, yet, the red roses against the white background are dramatic and sophisticated.
Perfect for a sky resort wedding, this design has buttercream painted mountains and minimal florals in greenery and baby’s breath.
Even if in the winter there are not so many floral options like in the spring or summer, it doesn’t mean you can’t go all out. Fresh roses, ranunculus, anemones peony, evergreens, seeded eucalyptus, and dried foliage make a statement on this cake. The buttercream mix of textures adds to the timeless feel.
Cozy up with a knit sweater design piped in clouds of Swiss Meringue buttercream. Doesn’t it make you sing “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”?
What can be more delicious than cake? Macarons and cake, of course! Sage green macarons are added on the cake tiers, along with beautiful red roses and seeded eucalyptus, capturing the vibrance of the season.
All the cakes in this article are made by Dulcerella Cakes. If you are planning your wedding in Boise, Idaho area, we would love to hear from you. Inquire here.
Mihaela LeCedre, owner and cake artist at Dulcerella Cakes
With over 10 years experience in the baking business, Dulcerella Cakes specializes in wedding and special events cakes. Known for the exceptional taste and for the attention to detail of every cake, Dulcerella Cakes is the leading cake boutique in the Treasure Valley, Idaho.