Sugar flowers on a wedding cake sure are tasty, but just like silk flowers, nothing is better than real the real thing!

Not to mention, adding a fresh floral design to your wedding cake can often be an inexpensive add-on that is totally worth it. Think of it like adding a cherry on top of everything fabulous at your wedding and you most definitely will not be disappointed!

Keep scrolling to see a few of our favorite wedding cakes with the magical Kim Starr Wise floral touch.

For this traditional wedding cake, we kept it simple, yet elegant, by dotting each tier with a cluster of ivory majolica spay roses and foliage accents.

See more from this grand wedding here.

Cake: Royal Cakery

Photographer: Oscar Rajo

This wedding cake is adorned with ocean song and earl gray roses and lavender anemones as the topper and cascading along the tiers.

The vibrant bridesmaids’ bouquets using the same roses as the cake plus purple lisianthus, lavender stock, burgundy scabiosa and more encircle it making it a stunning focal point at the reception.

Cake: Melissa’s Fine Pastries

Photographer: James Shaw

Wedding Cake Decor With Pink and Ivory Roses and Ivy Vines

With the baby blue icing, pearl and gold accents and white and pink florals, this wedding cake looks like something straight out of a Disney movie!

In addition to the white rose floral topper, there is a tier of flowers including pink roses, blush spray roses, white spray roses and delicate ivy trails.

Cake: Melissa’s Fine Pastries

Photographer: Greer Gattuso

Another pretty wedding cake with a purple palette! The cake floral design features sprigs of lavender randomly placed along the tiers.

The cake topper florals coordinated with the bridesmaids bouquets using scabiosa pods, lavender and purple cabbage.

Cake: Bittersweet Confections

Photographer: Matthew Foster

Last, but certainly not least – this ivy wrapped wedding cake floral design is simple, chic and totally elegant. It’s the perfect example of how adding florals to your cake is truly the cherry on top!

Photographer: Catherine Guidry