Amazing Fall Wedding Cake Colors

September 24, 2009 | editorial team

Whether you choose just a hint of a rich fall color, or you cover your wedding cake from top-to-bottom in bold autumn tones, incorporating the natural colors of the season into any style wedding cake design can make it the perfect addition to a fall wedding. I love the modern look of these wedding cakes that use yellow as a dynamic fall accent…

Orange, red, and yellow fall wedding cakes

Top row:
Orange, red and yellow wedding cake by Chocolaz

Second row:
Blue polka-dot cake by Chocolaz
Yellow floral cake by NancyKay’s Confections


…and the unique way that each of these wedding cakes are decorated with browns and greens for a fresh and contemporary fall wedding style.

Chocolate brown and green fall wedding cakes

Top row:
Bronze metallic ribbon wedding cake by New Renaissance Cakes
Chocolate brown damask wedding cake by Filigree Cakes

Second row:
Green orchid wedding cake by The Last Bite
Brown and white cake with orchids by NancyKay’s Confections

Third Row:
Square modern cake and chocolate woodland cake by Vanilla Bake Shop

Bottom row:
Olive branch wedding cake by Mike’s Amazing Cakes
Swiss dot wedding cake by My Sweet and Saucy

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  1. Love all the cakes…thanks for including mine too!

  2. I LOVE the one on the bottom right of the first set – it looks like a large bending staircase that you’d see in older homes!

  3. Love all of those cakes (then again, I am a HUGE cake fan), but that orange cake is just stunning! So perfect for the fall season.

  4. Oh the olive branch cake looks so beautiful…

  5. Wow these are beautiful wedding cakes, so colorful.

  6. Beautiful cakes! I help run a venue in Birmingham AL. Most brides still want to keep the top tier of their cake but if you plan to keep it a year, you must store it properly. First, pre-freeze it for a few hours once it arrives home. This makes it much easier to wrap. Second wrap it in plastic wrap and keep as much air out as possible. Third wrap it in foil. Finally put it into something that is air tight like tupper ware. Of course a year is a long time, but if you want to even attempt to eat it (without tasting like stale refrigerator water) you must store it properly

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