Semi-Naked Fruits and Flowers Cake

If you’re in search of a semi-naked wedding cake for your special day, then look no further than our Semi Naked Fruits and Flowers cake. 

This gorgeous semi-naked wedding cake is iced with a thin layer of buttercream and hand-decorated with fresh roses and seasonal fruits.


What are semi naked or naked wedding cakes?

Semi naked or naked wedding cakes with flowers have been a fashionable option for modern wedding cake designers and couples alike in recent years. 

The semi naked wedding cake is the ideal choice for those looking for simple and modern wedding cakes that will still look elegant, tasteful and grand on your special day. Structured in the traditional  tiered cake format (as per this 3 tier wedding cake), they are covered with a delicate, thin coat of buttercream that shows the sponge underneath.

The semi naked wedding cake is similar to a naked cake, but with the thin  buttercream coating on each tier, it creates an almost ombre effect with the sponge peeping through. Our Semi Naked Fruits and Flowers cake is effortlessly on-trend, with a luxurious Rosalind Miller touch to make your wedding cake truly unforgettable.


Customise your semi naked wedding cake

We offer some customisation options to ensure that your wedding cake is personalised for you and your wedding theme:

    • Icing colour
    • Fresh flowers (alternatives dependant on seasonal availability)
    • Fresh fruits  (alternatives dependant on seasonal availability)

Semi-naked Fruit and Flowers Cake Pricing and Portions

As pictured, our 3 tier wedding cake with fruit and flowers serves approximately 55 party portions and costs £1,000. (Options available for smaller or larger sizes, please contact us for a bespoke quotation). 


Please see our FAQ page for pricing and portion information.

 


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