Photo: Aaron Dyer; Lucy Leonard; 5IVE15TEEN Photography
Will your wedding guests be wary about biting into a slice of green wedding cake that you chose to match the rest of your color scheme? Our wedding cake experts tell you when to tone down the food dye in our daily post.
Settle an argument for me: I want a green cake to match our palette, but my fiancé says green looks unappetizing. Who's right?
It depends on the shade we're talking about. Pale hues like mint and celadon look sweet and delicious. But a completely emerald or forest-green cake? Not so much. For bright or dark tones, keep most of the cake neutral and embellish it with green details, like ribbons or leaves.