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Should you put fresh flowers on your cakes?

Love it or hate it, fresh flowers on cakes are here to stay. Now unless you’ve been living under a rock (which is cool 😎), it’s been pretty hard to miss the unwavering trend of placing fresh flowers on cakes. It’s like peanut butter and jelly (unwavering!). From birthday cakes to wedding cakes or ‘just because’ cakes, we can’t seem to get enough of mixing nature and nurture (yes cakes are nurturing). Now the question, when you consider the use of certain chemicals in certain flowers, the presence of creepy crawlies and the poisonous nature of some flowers, really becomes “should you put fresh flowers on your cakes?”.

Let’s explore a few reasons why you would want to put fresh flowers on your cakes.

If there are great and valid reasons for having fresh flowers on your cake, why would you think twice about venturing into what seems like floral cake utopia.

So what's the verdict??? Should you put fresh flowers on your cakes???? In a nutshell, it's up to you and what you/your customers prefer. If you do decide to decorate your cakes with fresh flowers, I suggest following these simple steps: