Can you put fresh flowers on a wedding cake?
In short the answer is yes, it is safe to use fresh flowers on your wedding cake, so long as you follow these simple guidelines: Fresh flowers should be used strictly for decoration purposes. … Never push flower stems into the cake.
Can I make fondant flowers ahead of time?
The flowers can be made long in advance (up to a month or so), and stored tupperware type container. They are a nice item to have on hand to dress up any baking project.
What kind of fresh flowers can you put on a cake?
Either way, they really shouldn’t be cozied up in your frosting. Edible blooms include roses, gardenia, pansies, violets and dandelions, among others. But if you love the look of a flower that isn’t edible, you may still be able to use it on your cake if you whisk it away before serving.