To finish the month off, lets take a look at what really started the ombré trend - cakes! There are two ways to get an ombre effect cake, with a gradual change in icing colour, or surprise your guests with layers of different coloured sponge inside.
|From the top: A delicious yellow buttercream cake, accented with cascading fondant ribbons by Sugar Bee Sweets via Southern Weddings. Bands of pink ombre by Cake Croquette. M&M covered cake via Martha Stewart. Another Martha masterpiece in pinks and cream. Cake by Maggie Austin. Ruffles of pink icing by Lulu Scarsdale. A floral top with layers of purple underneath, by Maggie Austin. Turquoise ribbons for the top by Bobbette and Belle. Blue buttercream via pinterest.|
|Lovely lilac ombre cake by Kate Miller Events. Pink rainbow cake by Call me Cupcake, complete with recipe. DIY ombre layer cake by Key Lime Weddings.|