What are Naked Cakes?
Naked (no icing) or semi-naked (the barest coating of icing) wedding cakes are trending these days. Engaged couples select them for all types of weddings—rustic, vintage, beach, shabby chic, country, boho; formal or informal. It’s a trend that’s here to stay. We love how cake designers use fruit to adorn the cake to match the wedding style and season.
Fun to Eat Fruit Naked Wedding Cake
Apples in shades of greens, reds and yellows are terrific garnishes for naked wedding cakes. Imagine enjoying a bite of this rustic, naked, wedding cake? We love how this simply, elegant cake was enhanced with our monogrammed, red apples and some fresh berries.
It’s wonderful to use seasonal fruit on your naked cakes. Apples are perfect for fall weddings; peaches and berries for spring and summer. For winter weddings, couples are using sugared cranberries and oranges slices.
Try using Fun to Eat Fruit to accent your naked cake. You might want to order more than just a few for the cake. Couples enjoy using Fun to Eat Fruit with their monograms as favors and snacks at their weddings and in their welcome bags.
Are you a fan of naked wedding cakes? Let us know by leaving a comment below. And, if you’re interested in our monogrammed fruit, tell us when your event is, the number of pieces of fruit you need and a few other details. We’ll get back to you right away!