Naked cakes have been a popular wedding trend recently but this completely exposed look has a new edge to it, welcome in these nearly naked cakesStep away from your traditional delicate sugar-craft or fondant figures and let us surprise you with the variety of stylish options you can get your hands on with this beautifully bare design.
This style has a beautiful boho feel to it, keep it feminine with pink, blush colours
Pure Gold Dust
Gold instantly makes the world a better place, right?
Keep two layers covered and two layers nearly naked, add some bright coloured flowers and you're on to a winner!
You don't just need buttercream to make you cake nearly naked, you need beautiful pink drizzle all over!
This powerful pink buttercream brings a lot of fun to the party, choose a colour to match your theme!
Found at Moncheri Bridals
Ring a Ring o' Roses
Piping roses around the edges of your cake is a great alternative to real flowers, if you've got a budget!
By Sugar et al
You can never have enough chocolate and you certainly don't have to have a plain sponge for nearly naked cakes to look effective!
Grey is a tough colour to get right on a wedding cake but it looks really effective on a nearly naked cake, top it off with some flowers and it looks glorious!
Found at Oh Joy Blogs
Spine Chilling Sweets
This works well as the naked cake peeks through the spiderweb design
By Liv for Cake
Design your own lacey, decorative pattern and apply it to your naked cake, make it unique!
Bring in two colours to create this tearing effect with the bottom layer peering through.
Found at A Gorgeous Fete
A Stroke of Genius
This painted cake was created by a pair of talented artists who were creating masterpieces out of cake by designing Impressionist and Modernist paintings on the icing.
Found at The Daily Mail
Frosty Winter Wonderland
At Christmas you can use this design to your advantage creating a simple frosted, snowy feel to your layered sponge. Top it with some gingerbread men, trees or Santa to give an extra special touch!