Katie and Mark pre-boxed their wedding cake for guests to take home and displayed this gorgeous black-and-white faux cake decorated with fresh flowers.

I want to do this cake

Dark gray lines create a little chaos on an otherwise simple white cake, while oversized sugar-made pink orchids give the confection a splash of color. by Truli Confectionary Arts, Philadelphia, PA

I like the angled layers, but I'm worried it would too much chaos with the butterflies scattered down the side.  :-/

Here are some fab wedding cakes that I love.how does one decide? Wedding cakes use.

The Cake

Burnt coral roses decorated the four-tiered, white fondant-covered cake. Maybe yellow frosting though, and burnt orange flowers.

Love the Octagon

Pink Gerbera Daisies highlight this asymmetrically stacked wedding cake. Ribbon embellishes the bottom borders while white scrolls on white buttercream icing add texture and beauty.

Real Wedding: Matthew & Alwyn’s $600 DIY Wedding. LOVE that cake.

Real Wedding: Matthew & Alwyn's $600 DIY Wedding

Wedding cake

I wish I knew who the original designer was of this cake, so I could give them credit. Ive seen it done several times, and this one I recreated for my bride in ivory buttercream. I hand piped the wavy lines and then hand made ribbon rosettes. So sweet.

Clay Wedding Cake Flowers

Instead of adding fresh blooms to their buttercream-frosted cake, Amy and Lawrence opted for clay ones. They took them home after the wedding as colorful keepsakes.

Blue Fondant Wedding Cake | VIA #WEDDINGPINS.NET

Blue Fondant Wedding Cake White sugar orchids and edible pearls dressed up the blue fondant-frosted cake. Oana originally saw the dessert in a magazine and worked with her pastry chef to recreate the look.