We love a couple who isn't afraid to ditch a traditionalfor something more daring. While an all-white cake can be classic, try adding a little color, texture and metallics all in the name of fall!
For autumn, copper, burgundy, and a range of moody shades are always a good idea — especially on a cake. Adding seasonal flora and foliage? Even better. If you weren't so sure a fall wedding was for you, these 15 chic wedding cakes make a very compelling argument.
This gold tier cake from has officially convinced us that gold-and-black is the color combo of the season. The natural touches, like dainty fall flowers, are next-level adorable.
This is the cake wedding dreams are made of: barely-there icing, two layers of cake dripping with caramel, and topped with macarons. We have Alita O'Brien of to thank for this stellar creation.
This ombré confection is topped with handmade flowers by . The mix of light-and-dark is an unconventional wedding color scheme that definitely pays off.
Your rustic-inspired wedding day will not be complete without this blue ombré cake topped with olive branches by .
Pops of pink flowers on this creation make for a pretty autumnal dessert practically designed for Instagram.
Starting with darker shades on the top and bottom tiers, the colors dissolve into a dreamy fuchsia and butter creme combo. Krishma Maya Mandalia of added gold flakes to give this cake some glam.
Jazz up a plain white cake with the season's vibrant leaves and flowers. adorned this wedding dessert with edible foliage.
Gold leaf and dripping in caramel? We're sold. got creative with this navy-and-gold fall wedding cake.
created this four-tier dessert using fall's unofficial color, copper, and bright complementary hues.
bakery designed this cake to look like fresh fall flowers were growing out of it. Mission accomplished.
For a forest-inspired wedding, this two-tier cake by , styled on top ofis a perfect addition.
This copper cake by is equal parts whimsical and chic.
A stunning split cake by opens up to a fall floral wonderland, that's almost too pretty to eat. But, if you insist!
This creation by is perfect for the couple who still wants a traditional white cake for their big day, but isn't afraid of some color.
Flip the script and go for a warm, brown wedding cake. The colorful flowers pop against the dark fondant of this -designed dessert.
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