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26 Pretty Wedding Cakes That Are Ready for Spring

From pastel confections to bright desserts bursting with color.

Two-tiered white wedding cake decorated with real flowers

Photo by Jenna Powers Photography; Cake by Desserts by Deena; Florals Design by Old Slate Farm

If you're planning a springtime wedding, you're undoubtedly brainstorming ways to incorporate the flower-filled season into your big day. One of our favorite ways to embrace the signs of spring is through a wedding cake. Sure, a classic white confection is always in season, but we can't help but dream of romantic, spring-inspired styles for nuptials from March to June.

There are countless ways to add a seasonal touch to your big-day dessert that will feel entirely celebratory. Consider a cake decorated with fresh blooms and pretty pastel hues, such as lilac, powder blue, lemon yellow, and soft blush. You can also take a cue from one of our favorite spring wedding cake trends and use dried and pressed flowers as a creative way to incorporate florals into your confection.

It's not just color and decorative accents that make a cake speak to your spring wedding date, though. Take, for example, a naked wedding cake, which can be the perfect treat for your spring wedding when kept simple with a charming sprinkling of seasonal berries. Similarly, chic metallic wedding cakes don't necessarily seem spring-like, but when paired with bright, in-season flowers, the look becomes modern and fresh.

If you're ready to find the perfect cake design to inspire your own, browse through 26 of our favorite spring wedding cakes below.

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Fruits Paired With Florals

Four-tiered white wedding cake decorated with fruit and flowers

Photo by James x Schulze

This cake is positively drowning in springtime vibes! We love the way the mixture of bold-colored fruit and blooming florals cascades down this all-white confection.

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Flower-Pressed Garden

Two-tiered white wedding cake decorated with pressed flowers and greens
Photo by Jenna Powers Photography; Cake by Desserts by Deena; Florals Design by Old Slate Farm

We love the wild, organic look of this two-tiered spring wedding cake, complete with pretty pressed flowers. Plus, the natural greenery adds such a nice touch!

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Simple With Fresh Berries

Naked wedding cake decorated with blackberries

Photo by Larissa Cleveland

There's something about fresh berries that says "spring has arrived!" This naked cake with fresh blackberries and sprigs of greenery pulls off a simple springtime look flawlessly.

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Fresh, Bold Blooms

A three-tiered white wedding cake decorated with multicolored small flowers

Photo by Corbin Gurkin

The violet and yellow-hued blooms on this three-tiered wedding cake look like they were plucked straight from the garden. Placed on top of an all-white buttercream canvas, these florals truly pop.

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Simple Green and White

Four-tiered white wedding cake with sprigs of green leaves

Photo by Jainé Kershner Photography

You don't need tons of big blooms to make your reception's dessert spring-ready. At their Lake George wedding, one couple added a seasonal touch to their cake with minimal green vines and simple white buds. Sometimes, less is more!

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A Pop of Pink

A one-tiered lemon marionberry wedding cake decorated with pink and yellow flowers

Photo by Katie Dessin Photography

We love a sweet pop of color for spring! This lemon marionberry cake definitely fits the bill in a stunning pink hue.

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A Watercolor Masterpiece

Four-tiered white wedding cake decorated with pink watercolor floral print

Photo by Tim Tab Studios

The delicate watercolor florals are a beautiful addition to this painted-on masterpiece. Plus, the cake pairs perfectly with the rest of this reception's springtime decor.

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Topped With Romantic Blooms

Three-tiered, semi-naked white wedding cake with blush and off-white dahlias and peonies

Photo by Curtis Wiklund Photography

The blush dahlias and white peonies that top this confection are undeniably feminine and romantic. We love the way the florals and greenery were left to speak for themselves against a simple semi-naked cake canvas.

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Cascading Roses

Three-tiered semi-naked wedding cake decorated with cascading pink roses

Photo by Kate Headley

How stunning is the flood of florals cascading down this pink-hued dessert? A spring wedding cake doesn't have to mean subtle colors. Sometimes, it can mean a bold, romantic pop of pink!

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Colorful Figs and Florals

A pink wedding cake with berries and figs
Photo by Especially Amy; Cake by Krista Graham

Violets, berries, figs, and sprigs of greenery adorn this pretty purple wedding cake. This would be such a stunning option for a woodland-inspired celebration.

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Citrus and Greenery

A two-tiered white wedding cake decorated with orange slices and sage leaves

Photo by Jenn Byrne

This two-tiered cake is decorated with simple greenery, but the splash of citrus adds a beautiful touch of color. What a great way to add a bit of springtime sunshine!

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A Bold Splash of Color

Three-tiered off-white wedding cake decorated with pink, purple, red, and orange flowers

Photo by Katie Harmsworth; Cake by Miss Ladybird Cakes; Flowers by Raven And the Rose

Don't be afraid to go bold with springtime hues if that's what you're hoping for. This spring wedding cake is positively blooming with vivid, lush flowers of the season.

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Muted Blooms and Fresh Berries

A three-tiered, semi-naked white wedding cake decorated with neutral-colored roses and strawberries on top

Photo by Sarah Falugo

Looking for a simple, romantic look for spring that isn't all about pastels? A sprinkling of fresh berries and a smattering of muted blooms make this three-tiered confection utterly irresistible.

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Garden-Inspired Greenery

A three-tiered naked wedding cake decorated with white roses and sprigs of greenery

Photo by Heather Waraksa

White and green is a classic color palette for spring weddings, but it doesn't have to be boring! We love the use of beautiful blooms and fresh greenery on this semi-naked cake.

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An Unexpected Pop of Color

A lesbian couple cutting their three-tiered wedding cake with a pink and red base decorated with pink flowers

Photo by Towards the Moon

The wash of red-to-pink color on the base of this otherwise white wedding cake is an unexpected look we love. Paired with a hint of gold and pretty pink roses, this design is undeniably stunning.

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Sweet Strawberries and Cream

Three-tiered naked wedding cake decorated with strawberries and pink and white flowers

Photo by Chris Isham Photography

Strawberries-and-cream is a springtime favorite. Why not consider the flavor for your own wedding cake? We love the look of a naked cake decked in blooms and berries for a charming display.

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Pretty in Pink (and Orange)

One-tiered white wedding cake decorated with pressed orange and pink petals
Photo by Larissa Cleveland; Cake by Franny's Cup and Saucer

Who says a simple, single-tier cake can't make a statement? Covered in edible petals in seasonal hues, this wedding cake is ready for spring—and Instagram!

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Surrounded by Florals

A one-tiered white wedding cake on a floral wreath base, topped with dainty florals

Photo by Jenny Fu

We love this small and sweet confection for a more intimate, romantic affair. But it's the way this cake is displayed that really pulls the look together. We love the wreath-as-a-plate idea to add another pop of greenery!

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Decked in Romantic Blooms

A three-tiered white wedding cake with pink, off-white, and burgundy rose accents

Photo by Kelly Anne Berry

If you prefer a darker, moodier color palette, you can still certainly incorporate it into a springtime wedding. Consider adding a few deep burgundy blooms among lighter colors to your wedding cake for a more dramatic, romantic vibe.

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Towering High With Fresh Florals

A three-tiered, semi-naked wedding cake with subtle pink floral accents

Photo by Olivia Rae James

Want to make a statement while keeping your cake's decor simple? We might be a little obsessed with the elegant, semi-naked look of this ultra-tall spring wedding cake with just a few floral accents.

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Simple and Sweet

One-tiered blush wedding cake decorated with lavender sprigs on a platter above a cupcake assortment

Photo by Mariel Hannah Photography

Consider topping your cake with natural elements of the season. Edible lavender can add a light, floral flavor to your wedding cake. Plus, it looks super pretty!

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A Soft Blue Hue

A three-tiered, powder blue wedding cake with a hexagonal base, topped with succulents and greenery

Photo by Beatrice Howell; Cake by d’Elissious; Planning by Gold Leaf Event Design; Florals by Aspen Branch

Want to add a little color to your springtime sweet without going overboard? A powder blue hue is decidedly soft and fresh, just like this cake! We love the addition of succulents as a cake topper, too.

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Floral Statement Tier

A five-tiered wedding cake with different sized layers, decorated with peach and pink flowers

Photo by Jeremy Harwell

Make a beautiful floral statement on your cake! With peachy floral watercolor illustrations, this wedding cake is totally dreamy.

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Buttercream With Bright Blooms

A five-tiered white wedding cake with pink, peach, and magenta roses cascading down

Photo by Lauren Gabrielle

A classic white buttercream wedding cake will never go out of style—especially when combined with a smattering of pretty flowers! We love the simple textured buttercream on this cake, paired with stunning blooms.

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Painted With Metallics

Two-tiered white wedding cake with blueberry base, shiny gold accents and decorative flowers

Photo by Becca Lea Photography

Who says you can't add metallics to a springtime wedding? In addition to their simple and sweet gold wedding cake, this couple also offered guests a variety of tarts at their Santa Fe wedding.

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Fresh White Blooms on Buttercream

A three-tiered white wedding cake with a cascade of white, fresh flowers

Photo by Rebecca Yale Photography

As much as we love colorful wedding cakes, white-hued confections will always have a place in our hearts. We just adore white florals on white, and this three-tiered cake pulls off that look flawlessly!

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