No matter the season, adding an elegant arrangement of leafy vines to a cake can create a natural, classic effect. Whether you choose to adorn your cake with a garland of realistic-looking leaves or a spread of more artistic, vine-inspired scrolls, these leaf and vine cakes are sure to inspire you!
Learn to make this Vines and Leaves Wedding Cake with Michelle Bommarito in her class in Miami
coming up in January 2014.
You will learn the versatile techniques for making and applying vines and leaves. This is a foundational technique which can be modified to create hand molded grape vines, cherry blossom branches, and climbing ivy vines.Register today!
Gold Leaf Raspberry Vine Anniversary Cake By xxkristaxx
50th Wedding Anniversary Gold Leaf Raspberry Vine 2 tier cake. Inspired by Jim Smeal.
Glitter leaf wedding cake By dianelm
Fondant covered. Fondant leaves and wavy stripes are fondant cut-outs, outlined with royal icing and filled in with a mixture of piping gel and hologram glitter dust. Gumpaste bow.
Red vine cake By cakesbyliz
Small 6 and 5 inch cakes. Inspiration was taken from a wedding invitation.
Flower Vine Cake By cake-girl1968
Super easy to make since I used premade gumpaste roses!
Flower Vine Cake By ThreeLittleBlackbirds
Floral relief style with textured vines, hydrangea flowers, flower buds and satin ribbon cover this 4 tier Wedding cake for a beautiful outdoor garden wedding.Alternating tiers of Death by Chocolate and TLB Tiramisu cakes
Vines and birds are gumpaste. I inserted floral wire into the vines to give the the strength to hang off the cake.
Green leaf cake By hsmomma
Fondant cake with buttercream “branch” and fondant leaves.
Pears and Leaves By sweettooth-memphis
Fondant wedding cake with handmade pears, leaves and vines.
Pink with chocolate leaves By 2muchsugar
Cake with chocolate fondant dogwood flowers and vines. TFL!
Teal and platinum wedding cake By missv1973
Fondant vines and leaves hand painted with platinum colored luster dust and vodka
Rose Trellis Wedding Cake By bonnie151
It’s a bit too obviously inspired by Peggy Porschen but I was pleased with how it came out. I love deep colours! Gumpaste roses, fondant vines & leaves.