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Beautiful edible flower inspiration of sweet treats and cocktails to wow your wedding guests

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Wedding day desserts and macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Edible flower inspiration of sweet treats and cocktails

One of the loveliest things about our website is meeting and connecting with such wonderful wedding suppliers and locally run companies. And it is even lovelier when our directory’s recommended suppliers go on to create gorgeous things together!

What we have for you today is the MOST beautiful edible flower inspiration; with edible flowers and herbs by Greens of Devon captured by the talented Betti Confetti Photography.

Providing ideas for how to incorporate edible flowers into your wedding day bubbly and sweet treats, these simple touches will not fail to add that little extra magic and will certainly amaze all your guests!

You can read part 2 here >> Delicious edible flower for savoury dishes to wow your guests

Wedding day cocktails decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day desserts and macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day desserts and macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Edible flower cocktails

Of course it goes without saying that no wedding is complete without something to toast it and these prosecco, gin and elderflower cocktails are as good as it gets in my opinion!

Wedding day prosecco, gin and elderflower cocktails decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day prosecco, gin and elderflower cocktails with edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Edible flowers transform these cocktails into the prettiest, most indulgent special drinks to serve to your guests. Team them with some stripey straws in complementary colours like these from recommended supplier Wedding in a Teacup to finish the look!

Wedding day prosecco, gin and elderflower cocktails with edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day prosecco, gin and elderflower cocktails with edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day prosecco, gin and elderflower cocktails decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Edible flower decorated desserts

Edible flowers and pretty cakes are the perfect match, and with nature’s colour palette at your disposal it’s a great way to tie in your wedding’s colour palette or mood.

Wedding day desserts and macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day desserts decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day desserts and macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day desserts and macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

If macarons couldn’t get any more delicious, decorate yours with a mix of different flowers for a tasty treat with your teas and coffee pitstop, or show off proudly displayed on a dessert table (although don’t expect them to stay there long)!

Wedding day macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day macarons decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Even simple cakes and pastries can be turned into little works of art with seasonal fruit, a few blooms and a sprinkling of icing-sugar! I adore the colour combination here!

Wedding day desserts decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Wedding day desserts decorated with delicious edible flowers from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

The edible flowers we used

The selection of edible flowers included chive flowers, snapdragons, violas, cornflowers, bellis daisy, calendula, and borage flowers.

Delicious edible flower inspiration for your wedding day from Greens of Devon // Taylor Wolf Photography // The Natural Wedding Company

Enjoyed that beautiful bit of inspiration? Then you will not want to miss part two, where will be bringing you more gorgeous ideas, but this time looking at how you can use edible flowers and herbs to pretty up your mains!

Do read part 2 of this beautiful edible flower shoot >> Delicious edible flower for savoury dishes to wow your guests

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Photography & Styling: Gemma Taylor, Betti Confetti PhotographyTravel, Food & Beautiful Things
Edible Flowers: Greens of Devon
Paper straws: Wedding in a Teacup

All featured suppliers can be found in our eco wedding Directory.

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