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Spring Wedding Cake

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I am loving the spring weather right now! It’s sunny and warm and the flowers are blooming. It’s perfection.

You know what else is perfection? Today’s featured spring-themed wedding cake.

This “naked” cake might be lacking in the icing department but it makes up for it with its simple design and some gorgeous spring greens and flowers. Read More

 
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Naked Carrot Cake

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It’s been a while since we talked about an unfrosted wedding cake.

The “naked” cake trend seems to still be going strong, and even though I prefer a cake with a lot more icing, today’s naked cake is a perfect confection for your spring wedding. Read More

 
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Naked Wedding Cake with Strawberries

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If there’s one fruit that makes me think of all things summer it is the strawberry.

It could be the dead of winter (like right now) and if I buy strawberries at the store I feel a little more hopeful about warm weather that is coming down the pike.

Which brings me to today’s wedding cake. This lovely, simple one-tier cake adorned with strawberries. Read More

 
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Naked Chocolate Cake

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The temperature outside might be chilly, but that doesn’t mean your cake needs to be covered in icing!

Today’s featured cake is the perfect winter wedding cake in all its dark and dramatic glory!

I love the idea of chocolate wedding cakes – and even though I love chocolate icing, this rustic cake with minimal icing is lovely. Read More

 
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Naked Wedding Cake for Fall

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I love looking for rustic, fall-inspired wedding cakes!

And today’s naked wedding cake is the ideal modern cake for a late-fall wedding.

The three-tiered cake fits the “naked wedding cake” mold as it isĀ  sans icing on the outside. But look at all that icing in between the layers! Read More

 
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Naked Chocolate Wedding Cake for Fall

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I have been craving chocolate lately.

I blame the displays of Halloween candy in the stores and the fact that I’m trying to avoid sweets.

So, to curb my cravings I’ve been looking at chocolate wedding cakes. And today’s featured cake looks delicious!

This naked chocolate cake is the perfect “undressed” cake for a fall wedding thanks to the espresso frosting and the fresh berries and figs that adorn the cake. Read More

 
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Naked Wedding Cake with Berries and Flowers

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It’s been a bit chilly around here in the evenings, which makes me think about fall.

Oh how I love fall. It’s my favorite season – full of apples, sweaters, and all things pumpkin spice.

Of course I know we still have weeks of summer left. That’s how it is in August and September in the Midwest. We get teases of fall for weeks. Read More

 
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Naked Bundt Cake with Flowers

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Ah, bundt cakes. The ubiquitous cake of the 1950s and 1960s.

They’re so retro that they’re cool again – just ask my mom. She loves to bake bundt cakes for family birthdays, complete with homemade chocolate drizzle.

Imagine having a bundt cake as your wedding cake – now that would be cool. Plus, they’re basically the original “naked” cake, with only a drizzle of frosting. Read More

 
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Multi-Tier Unfrosted Wedding Cake

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Today I’m showcasing another naked, unfrosted wedding cake simply because it’s like nothing I’ve seen before.

Not only is it part of the whole “naked wedding cake” trend that just keeps hanging on (what do you have against frosting??) but look very closely at the cake.

Do you see what I see?

Yep! That’s right! Star Wars Lego figurines.

That. Is. Awesome. Read More

 
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Naked Chocolate Wedding Cake

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Right now it is full-on strawberry season here in the Midwest. It’s actually a rather short season as “fruit seasons” go, but we take full advantage of it, enjoying all things strawberry for a few wonderful weeks.

And one of my favorite things has to be chocolate-covered strawberries. There’s just something so decadent about that combination.

Which is probably why I’m loving today’s cake. Read More