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Organic Wedding Cakes Part II

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October 2, 2015

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If an organic-themed wedding is in your future, the cake can certainly exude that style. With small fresh touches and a clean canvas from which to work, a light and lush dessert can be the centerpiece to your naturally beautiful affair.

Start with 3 tiers. The top and bottom are naked, while the middle is covered in fondant. Add a small brush of edible gold color and the placement of two small sprigs of greenery to make this design dynamic and divine.

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via Diana McGregor

This petite two-tier cake features an immaculate white floral design. It’s topped with a delicate white flower, and a sprinkling of leaves around the stand present a pop of rich color.

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via Blaine Siesser

A 3-tier cake features clean swipes of buttercream and white roses. Green sprigs are placed about the layers for a bright contrast in color.

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via This Modern Romance

Many brides are carrying baby’s breath bouquets, but don’t discount it as an excellent cake decoration. Two tiers are covered in dainty white petals while the middle layer is wrapped with baby’s breath and kissed with a single rosebud.

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via Erika Gerdemark

This all-white cake shines with softly rippled tiers dotted with roses. The cake stand and table are adorned with loads of greenery for a lavish presentation.

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via Justin DeMutiis Photography

Two crisp tiers are cleanly covered with white fondant. Tiny fern leaves cover the cake with the small accompaniment of a pink flower.

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via Tuan H. Bui

For a stunningly simple sweet, two tiers are brushed with buttercream and a small piece of ivy hangs down the side.

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via Sally Pinera

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