Vegan Naked Wedding Cake

vegan-naked-wedding-cakeVegan Naked Wedding Cake

 

We have created many different types of naked wedding cakes or otherwise known as an “Unfinished” wedding cake over the years, from 2 tiers to five tiers and adorned in bursts of colourful fresh flowers or seasonal fruits, but being able to create these bare wedding cakes from our popular vegan recipe or from one of our many cake flavours has really allowed brides and grooms a greater choice when choosing their wedding cake design.

 

Whether you’re just not a fan of the sweet sugar paste covering or just love the rustic look of these bare naked confections, a naked wedding cake is a great option that allows you to have a modern dessert that still fits in with the classic wedding cake theme but also achieves a custom look that reflects your wedding’s style.

 

Our Vegan Naked Wedding cakes are available in various flavours from the traditional vanilla or lemon to rose or even champagne!  The old saying “It’s what’s on the inside that counts” certainly applies to these naked wedding cakes.

Christian Louboutin Shoe Box Cake

christan-louboutin-shoe-cakeOur Christian Louboutin Shoe Box Cake was great fun to create and looked absolutely stunning. The Shoe box cake was accompanied with a cascading stack of cupcakes with edible stiletto shoes made from sugar paste icing and place on to our delicious vanilla buttercream. Using a 2D nozzle tip, we created elegant buttercream rose swirls which adorned our vanilla sponge cupcakes. Our cupcakes were also filled with a tasty raspberry/strawberry jam filling.

 

The shoe box cake was created from our red velvet cake mix which is now available to purchase in 500g bags from our cake decorating supplies shop, Solihull, Birmingham.

 

SONY DSCIn order to create perfect square edges, we used a white chocolate ganache. The cake had 3 ganche coating before we covered the cake using a combination of teddy brown sugar paste icing and white icing.

 

Once covered we then used a cake decorators smoother and a set of flexi smoothers to create the sharpe edges on the cake.

 

The Christian Louboutin logo was made by carefully cutting out by hand, the letters from an icing sheet. It was then secured on to the front and back using a cake decorating edible glued.

 

The Christian Louboutin sugar shoe was devised by producing stencils from an original LB shoe. Using the templates a pattern was forged on to finely rolled squires red, black and cream florist paste. Again, the pieces were secured using edible cake decorators glue.

 

The stiletto heel was made using our silicone heel mould and a 50/50 mix of florist paste and ready to roll sugar paste.