Drip wedding cakes are the hottest wedding trend now, and I bet every couple is looking for a gorgeous one for their wedding because they look yummy and very chic – it’s the natural beauty of fruits, berries and drip as it is. There are different types of cakes and different types of drip to use, everything here depends on the look you want to get and the cakes you like. Let’s have a look at the most gorgeous ideas for fall weddings, I’m sure that your mouth will water!
Caramel drip is the most popular type of drip for wedding cakes because it looks gorgeous on any cake, and who doesn’t love caramel? It can be usual caramel, salted caramel, bourbon and many other types depending on your personal taste. As for the cake itself, feel free to go wild as any cake will be good with caramel drip. Naked, semi naked, frosted cakes – they will all look stunning with caramel. Vanilla, carrot, chocolate cake layers will all taste amazing. Top your cake with figs, grapes, apples, pears, blackberries and blueberries and of course with fresh blooms and foliage.
Chocolate drip is another beautiful and yummy way of detailing, it can be usual or white chocolate. As for the cake itself, it’s usually classics or also chocolate because these flavors go better with chocolate drip. Top your cake with blackberries, figs, plums, chocolate covered pears and apples and florals that match your wedding flowers. You can also find trendy matte wedding cakes that remind of concrete, with chocolate drip and gilded berries and fruits on top. Gilding fruits, berries and even flowers is a chic idea for the fall, it will easily give the cake a decadent feel, and we all know that decandence, boho lux and moody weddings are on top right now.
Other Types Of Drip
What has a truly fall feel is pomegranate drip, feel free to rock it if you like the taste. Whether it’s a frosted or a naked cake, it will be amazing – frosted cakes look even more dramatic because of the contrast between the white frosting and deep red pomegranate drizzle. Top the cake with pomegranates, grapes, blackberries and figs to emphasize fall vibes. If you like peaches, they blend with blackberries very well, so you can easily rock a peach topped and peach drip wedding cake with blackberries – looks and tastes wow!