Blue and coral or orange is a fairly popular color combination for weddings.
It can be beachy or modern, and the blue by itself can be combined with orange flowers to create the color scheme.
The colors on their own are also popular, so here is an assortment of cakes that had blue, teal, or coral in their color schemes.
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This wedding cake was based on a photo that the bride brought me…it featured large coral colored fantasy flowers made with a peony cutter, and little blue fondant filler flowers.
I put some wafer paper butterflies on fondant to give them stability and added those to the cake.
This square cake with blue fondant bands and orange gumpaste orchids was a simple design with no other details on the tiers, but the bright colors are a nice detail by themselves.
I added this one in because of the teal blue color, which was fun on the buttercream cake.
It was covered in buttercream and the colored details on it were cut out of fondant and surrounded by piped buttercream dots in the same teal color as the icing.
This blue cake had different shades of blue buttercream on each tier, and silver gumpaste orchids with gumpaste peacock feathers.
This cake had literal coral on it, well, royal icing coral. But the color combination of blur and orange made literal sense in this design.
This cake had classic buttercream scrollwork and blue fondant bands on the base of the tiers, plus pink and coral fresh roses.
The orange color on this one was in the bands at the base of the tiers and in some of the gumpaste flowers.
This light orange buttercream cake had darker orange scrollwork piped on it in buttercream.
This orange fondant cake had edible sequins on it that were made with edible gold leaf, and some that were made with edible silver leaf.
This one was more pink than coral, but the roses had an orange tint, so I included it!
This square-tiered cake was an ocean-y blue with green orchids. Not coral, but still good for a beachy summer wedding cake.