DIY Fresh Flower Cake Topper

DIY Fresh Flower Cake Topper — Nothing says spring quite like flowers on a cake. And so we did just that with our DIY Fresh Flower Cake Topper. 

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

I’ve been a little MIA on the DIY front around here recently. But this project will surely make it up to you.

Why? Because it involves cake, macarons, and fresh flowers. I know. I can’t contain myself either…

If I’m really honest, I’ve never attempted a fresh flower cake topper before. But let me just tell you that using a cake vase is pure magic.

Literally all you do is stick flowers in it, so simple!

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

Materials & Tools Needed To Make A DIY Fresh Flower Cake Topper

Cake vase

Scissors

Flowers

Water

Cake — You can use a store bought cake. We also have lots of cake recipes like our keto cheesecake, funfetti cookie cake, chai crepe cake, unicorn strawberry cake and more!

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

How To Make A DIY Fresh Flower Cake Topper

Place the cake vase on top of your iced cake.

Fill it with a small amount of water, just enough to fill all of the holes.

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

Cut the stems to the flowers short. And begin placing them into the holes of the vase starting from the outside working in.

The instructions for the vase say to start from the center working outwards. But I found that working from the outside in made the center flowers stand up a bit higher, which I liked.

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

Once all of the flowers are placed in the holes, use smaller buds to fill in any gaps.

 

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

More DIY Dessert Topper & Decorating Ideas

The best part of this DIY? It has the prettiest leftovers! For more DIY cake topper ideas and decorating ideas, check out a few of our favorites from the archives below — 

DIY fresh flower cake topper by Sugar & Cloth

 

22 thoughts on “DIY Fresh Flower Cake Topper”

  1. Do you realise ranunculus are extremeley poisonous. They do NOT mix with cakes or cake toppers. Hope no one accidentally gets a bit of a bit of sap from the flowers.

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    • Hi Angela! Yes, we are aware that they aren’t edible which is why we used a cake topper. This was an older post so we just saw that the link to the cake topper has sold out but this is similar to the one we used: https://shopstyle.it/l/0GeZ. Don’t worry! We did research on the flowers and have seen it being used on other desserts. You have to actually ingest a large amount of the buds directly for it to have serious effect.

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  5. haha. we posted about a flower cake topper today :D Great minds….yours looks fab, I never knew about cake vases either. xx

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  6. I always wondered how they put real flowers on without getting the goo from them on the cake! Very cool.

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