The rise of wedding blogs has been responsible for many, many wedding trends - bunting, log slice table decor, brides in Converse, Vintage VW campers, but nothing has taken off quite as prolifically as the naked wedding cake. And we share a lot of them on these pages but there are loads of options available to you when it comes to wedding cakes. So we thought we'd take this opportunity to celebrate all kinds of iced wedding cakes with you.
{Green & Glorious}

Having an iced wedding cake opens up a world of possibility with colour. Icing can be matched to the rest of your wedding decor. While green isn't for everyone, there's no denying how fresh and zingy these beautiful cakes look. All handcrafted by members of The List, RMW's handpicked wedding supplier directory, these cakes certainly make heads turn. Whether you embrace all-over colour, or opt for a tonal palette, they look beautiful.

{Perfectly Pink}

Why not keep your theme cohesive and add some of the flowers that are in your bouquet to your cake for seemless decor? We love how it loos in the examples below. In some case, almost too good to eat! But as they're all made from some the UK's best cake makers, we'd seriously advise that you break this rule and try some ;)

{Creative Genius}

When it comes to taking your wedding styling to the next level, texture is key and this applies to cakes too. Using icing on your wedding cake really allows your cake maker to bring another dimension to your cake. Whether that's with ruffled or marbled icing, chocolate bark, buttercream or royal icing, each element can transform the look of a cake. So what do you think? Are you having an iced cake for the big day?  If you're looking for your dream cake maker, then do visit The List, each baker has been chosen by the RMW team so you know you're in safe hands. With these talented creatives you really can have your cake and eat it. P.S. More wedding cake help for you here, including a flavour and portion size guide :)

Fern Godfrey

Written by Fern Godfrey

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