The Best 2016 Wedding Cakes That You Need To Know About

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Wedding cakes are always in vogue and this year we have some really special cakes that are all set to steal the show and satiate your guest’s taste buds. From the very simple to cakes that are outrageously too gorgeous to eat, 2016 wedding cakes are here to wow. Here goes:

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Naked Cakes- When you’re eating a cake that is luxuriously covered in fondant, you tend to wonder what the actual flavour of the cake is. With a naked cake, you can’t go wrong. So what is a naked cake? It’s a cake with very minimal frosting or icing and sometimes it has none. Fill your naked cake with berries and fresh fruit for a twist in taste.

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Floral Cakes- Cakes which have a lavish floral arrangement complete with creepers and flowers are also in vogue. It’s not unusual for bakers to take inspiration from a bride’s actual bridal bouquet too. 3 D flower arrangements and individual petals created from fondant are also very popular.

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Metallic Cakes- We told you that metallic shades are hot for New Year weddings and they are one of the trending 2016 wedding cake designs too. Let your imagination run wild as you opt for gorgeous combos like black with silver, bronze cakes and even metallic gold cakes. Feeling indulgent? Get your baker to decorate your 2016 wedding cake with real gold leaf.

2016 wedding cake

Lace Cakes- They look truly regal and if you are wearing lace somewhere on your Indian or Western bridal ensemble, your baker can customise the look beautifully for you on your 2016 wedding cake. Go for a cake with lace that features pastel colours.

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2016 wedding cake

Macaroon Tower- This delicious tower became the rage with brides who wanted to give their guests something sweet without simply ordering a designer cake that the guests couldn’t eat. With a macaroon tower, the need to serve additional desserts is also eliminated.

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