Beautiful Semi Naked Wedding Cakes
Wedding cakes are always seeing new trends in color, design, texture, and flavor. Naked wedding cakes kicked off back in 2013, but they did not go out of trend, so naked wedding cakes are still trending, but with a twist.
Naked cakes are a type of cake that are typically unfrosted on the sides, giving them a rustic and natural look. The cake layers are usually left exposed or lightly brushed with a simple syrup, and then decorated with fresh fruits, flowers, or other toppings. The name "naked cake" comes from the fact that the cake layers are not covered with a thick layer of frosting or fondant, as is common with traditional cakes.
Naked wedding cakes have become increasingly popular in recent years as they offer a more organic and less formal look, making them a great choice for rustic and more simple weddings. They are also often lighter in texture and less sweet than traditional cakes, which many people prefer.
Naked cakes can come in a variety of flavors, from classic vanilla or chocolate to more unique options like lemon or lavender. They are typically served at room temperature, and their simple yet elegant appearance can be easily customized to fit any occasion or theme.
A new intake on naked wedding cakes is trending for spring and summer, which has resulted in the semi-naked wedding cake. Semi-naked cakes are a bit more frosted or covered than completely naked cakes.
What we love about semi-naked wedding cakes is that instead of the layers and layers of fondant or buttercream, you get to have more filling between the layers making your wedding cake taste much better. And of course, they can be decorated to suit your wedding theme and style; with flowers, fruit, foliage, or anything you want.
For a desert wedding, choosing a semi-naked cake would greatly embrace the rustic charm of the desert. Showcase the natural beauty of the layers, and adorn them with fresh desert flowers, succulents, or delicate sugar lace for an elegant touch.
Here are some breathtaking semi-naked wedding cakes for your inspiration: