AI am making a cake for a 25th anniversary and the flowers are to match those from the wedding bouquet. I can identify everything but the white cluster. Can anyone tell me what those are? [IMG]http://cakecentral.com/content/type/61/id/3057696/width/200/height/400[/IMG]
The white cluster behind the sunflower looks like hydrangea's to me. The grow in clusters and come in that off white pale greenish colour and each flower had 4 petals. that is what it looks like to me.
Looks like this to me:
AThanks! That is what I was thinking, but the cluster looked too small because they grow in rather large clusters.I think you are right though and they just used a portion of a cluster. (I am tired of the word "cluster" now. I need a thesaurus.)
Hydrangeas!!! I love hydrangeas :)
AThey come in both big and small.. You know.. The C-word.. ;)
I think it's white stock:
They are Hydrangeas
AThanks everyone! It seems that the consensus is hydrangeas. Very well!