Grab yourself a cuppa, and a fork (for imaginary cake tasting purposes) because it’s time to talk wedding cake trends with our resident cake expert, Jaclyn of Ivory & Rose Cake Company.

If you missed any of Jaclyn’s previous posts on wedding cake trends you can find them all here.

Last time she shared some of the most gorgeous metallic wedding cakes you ever did see. Today, she’s giving us the lowdown on the risqué new trend sweeping the wedding world – naked cakes.

Naked Wedding Cakes

Usually, we don’t condone the practice of actually removing icing from cakes (it’s the best bit!) but when they look as fabulous as these fruit and floral topped beauties, we can make an exception.

Take it away, Jaclyn…

“The naked cake has such a rustic charm. 

It can be decorated with fresh flowers and fruit that make it a perfect wedding cake for a summer wedding. 

I do get couples worried that it will dry out during the day, but if you choose your wedding cake designer well they will know all the tricks of the trade to completely avoid that happening. Not a dry crumb in sight.” 

Chocolate Fix

Cake and Photo by Ivory & Rose Cake Company

Mini Marvel

Photo by Olivia Smartt via Wedding Chicks

Fruit and Nut

Cake By Cakewalk Bakeshop  Photo By Nicole Berret Photography via Ruffled

Berrylicious

Cake By Cakewalk Bakeshop  Photo By Nicole Berret Photography via Ruffled

Cascading Florals

Photo via Made From Scratch

Figgy Pudding

Cake By Azule Photo by Sonia Khegay via Wedding Chicks

Fanciful Florals

Photo by Kelly Braman Photography

White Delight

Cake by Cake Couture Edible Art Photo by La Brisa Photography

So are you a fan of the naked cake wedding trend?

Or do you prefer your cakes iced to perfection? As always, we’d love to hear your thoughts!

Thanks toJaclyn of Ivory & Rose Cake Company for stopping by – we certainly do look forward to her fortnightly visits.

If you’re craving more cakey goodness, follow along with Jaclyn’s musings on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

 Want even more? Check out these Wedding Cake Tips + visit our Wedding Cake Pinterest board