While we all love summer, we have to admit to being just a little excited about all those cosy autumnal weddings. Bring on the dreamy hues of red, orange, yellow and gold, along with glamorous jewelled shades and mossy greens. Your cake offers the perfect opportunity to display your chosen style and colour scheme. Let’s take a look at some of our favourite autumn wedding cakes.
Introducing Autumn Shades
Sugar flowers and creative icing add the perfect colours to these designs.
Intricate sugar flowers introduce autumnal shades to this classic white, stacked cake.
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Autumn leaves are a popular alternative to the sugar flower.
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Introduce a woodland theme with intricate icing.
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Looking for autumnal wedding ideas? Always consider your presentation. Logs make great alternative cake stands.
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Follow the trends with these cakes.
The drip cake is a great choice for an autumn wedding, that delicious toffee sauce suiting the colour scheme perfectly.
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We love the quirky addition of apples to this fun cake.
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If you’re marrying close to Halloween, what could be better than a pumpkin cake?
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You might also consider having pumpkin sponge with cream cheese frosting.
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We love this elegant hand painted cake.
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Gold is a glamorous base colour for rich, jewelled tones.
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Un-iced and baring all, we’re rather fond of the naked cake all year round.
The naked cake is a lovely choice for autumn, bringing the outside in and adding an abundance of autumnal fruits.
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A semi-naked cake is a little less rustic and oh-so pretty.
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We love the rich berries and foliage on this semi-naked cake.
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Dare to be Different
… because you simply don’t have to have cake at all.
As a fun alternative (or addition)to your wedding cake, we love these personalised toffee apples.
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Richly coloured doughnuts are a great idea for a less formal wedding.
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Be unconventional by offering a selection of delicious pies.
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Delicious pies and tarts again, but this time in individual portions.
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If your tooth is more savoury than sweet, consider having a cake made from wheels of cheese.
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If you’ve yet to book your wedding venue, take a look at these dreamy Barn Wedding Venues That Are Perfect For An Autumn Wedding!