For today’s wedding, cakes are just as much as part of the decor as florals and place settings. Here are a few beautiful cakes with a fall feel that would be a perfect fit for a rustic or classic wedding this season!
All Photos via Pinterest
Eva and Trevor held their eco-friendly wedding and reception in New Hampshire at a tree farm. The naturally-beautiful setting (complete with a lovely pond) didn’t need much décor, so the couple accented the ceremony and reception with lush florals and a few vintage items, including family portraits.
The bride chose to wear her grandmother’s wedding dress for their traditional Jewish ceremony, and the couple added to the wedding’s vintage flair with assorted plates and napkins borrowed from each of their families.
Eva is also a professional cake designer (obviously an amazingly talented one!) and she opted to design the wedding cake for their day.
Many Eco-Beautiful Wedding wishes to Eva and Trevor!
Photographer: Rodeo & Co. Photography
Floral Designer: Emily Herzig Floral Studio
Reception Venue: The Rocks Estate
Cake Designer: Siren Cake Studio
Burlap often gets a bad “wrap” (pun intended) as a rough, frumpy fabric that has no place at an elegant wedding affair. But, it can actually be lovely when used the right way. Burlap is neutral enough to complement almost any color palette, and it so versatile, that it can be used any and everywhere. Combine burlap with some vintage lace, and accent centerpieces, favors and boutonnières too.
The holiday season offers lots of inspiration for wedding elements that sparkle and shine. Linens, accessories, cakes, your wedding day attire—almost every aspect of your day can use a touch here and there. You also don’t have to choose between silver and gold accents; a mix of the two is beautiful for winter and really festive too.