If you're a springtime bride, you're no doubt brainstorming ways to incorporate the bright, flower-filled season into your wedding. And one of our favorite ways to add signs of spring to your big day is through these spring wedding cakes. 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 endless ways to transform your average reception confection into a bonafide spring wedding cake. Think freshly bloomed flowers and pretty pastels like lilac, powder blue, lemon yellow, and soft blush to start. One of the latest spring wedding cake trends we love is using dried and pressed flowers as a fresh way to incorporate florals in your confection. How pretty!
But it's not just about color or decorative accents to make a cake speak entirely to your spring wedding date. Take, for example, a trendy naked wedding cake. While we especially love them for fall nuptials, they can be the perfect treat for your spring wedding when deftly crafted by the right baker and finished with a sprinkling of seasonal berries. Similarly, chic metallic wedding cakes don't necessarily seem so spring-like, but when paired with garden-fresh blooms, the look is modern and fresh.
From pretty pastel wedding cakes to tiered confections blooming with flowers in a rainbow of hues, there are countless ways to add a seasonal touch to your big-day dessert that will feel entirely celebratory. So if you're feeling as excited for warm weather (and the start of wedding season!) as we are, scroll below to see 27 of our favorite spring wedding cakes.
We love the wild, organic look of this spring wedding cake, complete with pretty pressed flowers.
With both fruit and floral decor, this confection is positively drowning in springtime vibes.
We don't know about you, but there's something about fresh berries that just says spring has arrived.
The violet and yellow-hued blooms on this three-tiered wedding cake look like they're straight from the garden!
You don't need tons of big blooms to make your reception's dessert spring-ready. At their Lake George wedding, this couple added a seasonal touch to their cake with just green vines and simple white buds.
We love a bold pop of color for spring. This lemon Marion berry cake definitely fits the bill.
Watercolor florals are beautifully painted on the frosting of this spring wedding cake.
The blush dahlias and white peonies that top this confection are undeniably feminine and romantic.
How stunning is the flood of florals cascading down this pink-hued dessert?
Violets, berries, figs, and sprigs of greenery adorn this pretty purple wedding cake.
This sweet and simple cake is thickly frosted and finished with romantic roses in soft shades.
Add a bit of citrus for a dose of that springtime sunshine.
Wow! This spring wedding cake is positively blooming with the lush flowers of the season.
A sprinkling of fresh berries and a smattering of muted blooms make this three-tiered confection utterly irresistible.
White and green is a classic color palette for spring weddings.
The wash of red-to-pink color on the base of this otherwise white wedding cake is an unexpected look we love.
Whipped cream and strawberries is a springtime-favorite dessert. Why not incorporate it into your wedding cake?
Covered in edible petals in seasonal hues, this single-tiered wedding cake is ready for spring—and Instagram!
We love this small and sweet confection for an intimate, romantic affair.
If you love a darker, moodier color palette, you can add some deep burgundy blooms to your wedding cake for a romantic vibe.
We might be a little obsessed with the semi-naked look of this spring wedding cake.
Edible lavender can add a light, floral flavor to your wedding cake. Plus, it looks super pretty!
A powder blue hue is decidedly soft and fresh.
With peachy watercolor floral illustrations, this wedding cake is totally dreamy.
A classic white buttercream wedding cake will never go out of style—especially when combined with a smattering of pretty flowers!
In addition to their metallic wedding cake, this couple also offered guests a variety of tarts at their Santa Fe wedding.
As much as we love colorful wedding cakes, white-hued confections will always have a place in our hearts.