Why would you choose this style of wedding cake?
Semi naked cakes are again great for a rustic wedding, just look how one couple used a vintage suitcase and some lace trim to make a centre piece for your wedding. With the extra buttercream around the side these are less likely to dry out than the naked wedding cakes so you may prefer these. However I still only buttercream the cake on the morning of your wedding, so that your cake is as fresh as possible. Paired with fresh flowers, fresh fruit or your custom topper they are the perfect addition to your wedding. Below are both semi naked cakes, as all my cakes are handmade you can request how much buttercream you have on the side.
Similarly to the naked cake you will still be able to see the different flavours in each tier unless you opt for flavours that look similar. However I can fill your cakes with filling the same flavour as the sponge and then coat the outside in one flavour so that it all looks the same. I also advise that if your having chocolate that its the middle tier like the photo below.
I love how this couple personalised their semi naked cake with bunting, lego flowers, bride and groom. You can really tie in the theme of your wedding with small touches like the topper or flowers on your wedding cake.
So I hope that has helped you find out more about semi naked wedding cakes. The next blog will be about buttercream or ganached wedding cakes.
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Im Jax, I own Jax's Cakes 'N' Bakes which I set up in 2014. I offer luxury cakes and catering for all occasions. I have decided to start writing this blog to help you with your wedding planning so over the next few months I will be sharing wedding venues, hints and tips and local suppliers. To get updates about my blog first subscribe here.