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November 22, 2018

The Rise of the Naked Cake 

There’s something about a naked cake that has these gorgeous confections trending all over social media platforms, but what is it exactly about these “half-finished” cakes that have so many brides and grooms showcasing them at their weddings?
1. Naked cakes not only look good, but they taste good too.
Modern brides and grooms are becoming more practical, and many couples are seeking out cakes with a flavor that will leave a long-lasting impression on their guests. Embellished styro-fondant cakes are still here to stay, but these days there’s really a niche looking for something different. Naked cakes bring many couples that something else that they’re looking for.
2. Rustic-chic is in these days. 
Looking fabulous without appearing like you ’re trying too hard is just as important for wedding cakes as it is for style. Piling on every bell and whistle to your wedding cake may give off gaudy or overly-embellished vibes rather than the effortlessly-chic look that many couples these days are aiming for. Think “I woke up like this” versus “I’ve been in hair and make up for hours.”
3. Garden weddings and fresh flowers make the perfect pair.
It may seem counter-intuitive to put real flowers on an edible cake, but with the proper preparation and placement fresh flowers can provide just the natural pop of color that the cake needs to stand out as nature’s very own work of art. Many cake suppliers work closely with event stylists to ensure that the cake is a focal point of the wedding but also that it ties together with the florals and decor used to style the venue.
The cakes seen above are from Naked Patisserie, a luxury bake shop specializing in bespoke weddings & event cakes. To learn more log on to www.nakedpatisserie.com, email them at [email protected] or call at +63 945 468 5141

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