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Sprinkle edible flowers on your wedding feast for instant style points

ARTICLE BY : Abha Shah

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Flowers are the easiest way to pretty-up your wedding, but they’re not just for centerpieces and bouquets.

Make edible flowers an integral part of your Big Day dishes for an Insta-worthy menu guests will adore.

But before you put in an order for extra blooms with your florist, take note that only certain varieties are safe to eat - like the ones on this handy chart!

Image from Sugar and Charm

Now you know what flowers you can use, here's how to use them. Use for a vintage touch at your bridal shower, on an indulgent wedding dessert or as dainty cocktail garnishes. 



1. Lemon Cake with Haupia Filling & Hibiscus Buttercream
From Butter Lust Blog

2. Rosewater cardamom and orange genoese cake
From Twigg Studios

3. Rose and cardamom cheesecake recipe
From The Telegraph

4. Blueberry lemon vegan cheesecake
From Call Me Cupcake 

5. Earl Grey pistachio meringue tower with blueberries and figs and edible flowers
From Twigg Studios


1. Amazebowls acai bowls
From Design Love Fest

2. Prosecco jelly
From Jamie Oliver

3. Blueberry smoothie bowl with dragon fruit balls, a sprinkle of freeze dried blueberries and edible flowers
From @alphafoodie

4. Rose Panna Cotta
From Jikoni



1. Wildflower & arugula salad with orange blossom vinaigrette & farmer’s cheese
From Harvest And Honey

2. Edible Flower Salad with Wild Strawberries and Grape Tomatoes
From Taste With The Eyes

3. Scallop and orange salad in a tulip
From Ricardo Cuisine


1. Champagne cocktail garnish
From Lauren Conrad

2. Prosecco cocktails
From Sheer Luxe

3. Modern cocktail with candy floss, popsicles and edible flowers
From Nouba

4. Lilac Flower Sodas
From HG Living Beautifully



1. Lavender cupcakes with candied primroses
From Twigg Studios

2. Spring Bouquet Popsicles
From Marla Meridith

3. Jasmine Rose Macarons
From Bakers Royale

4. Colour blocked chocolate bark with edible flower sprinkles
From Paper N Stitch

5. Lavender Shortbread with Fruits, Flowers, and Herbs
From Bon Appetit

 

 

Tags : Edible Flowers  dessert  drinks  cocktails  cake  food  wedding 
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