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Cake love: an English country flowers wedding cake

Charlie

For me this cake is quintessentially English country wedding all over.  If I was going to have a tiered wedding cake it would look like this, simple white layers (I love the tiny dots of icing) stuffed with seasonal English flowers.

From my limited knowledge of flowers I can spot Peonies, Cow Parsley, Blue ‘Love in a Mist’, Roses, and Lady’s Mantle.  I also think the addition of those tendrils of Honeysuckle really add an extra prettiness to this already beautifully decorated cake.

This gorgeous wedding cake with its English garden flowers has been decorated by Rachel from Catkin FlowersCatkin Flowers is one of the wonderful businesses on the directory who grows their own flowers for brides looking for seasonal wedding flowers.

Rachel is based in Lincolnshire so if you’re planning a wedding in the area do get in contact – perhaps she could also make your wedding cake look this lovely as well.  Visit her website www.catkinflowers.co.uk or contact Rachel at catkinflowers@tiscali.co.uk to discuss your requirements.

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Peonies Wedding on 24. September, 2011

I love the wedding cake with flowers between the layers. If you ever need peonies for a wedding please be sure to check out our website http://www.bridgewatergardens.com

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Emma on 8. May, 2017

How much would this cake cost?

Charlie

Charlie on 9. May, 2017

Hi Emma, I would suggest you would need to get in touch with a cake maker to find out costs, unless you are planning to buy/make your own simple tiered wedding cake and then decorate that with flowers yourself. In which cake you’d need to contact a florist who can advise on seasonal flowers that are safe to decorate a cake with, or check out one of the edible flower growers http://www.thenaturalweddingcompany.co.uk/directory/edible-flowers/

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