A single-tier cake may be all you need to add a touch of sweetness to your special day. If you’re not interested in indulging in double or triple layers when it comes to your wedding cake, you may find a single-tier is more than enough and can be just as elaborate and decadent as its multi-layered counterparts.
Roses and figs
Pastel lavender highlighted with a decadent gold; these colour choices have regal roots and look very elegant when appointed to the dimensions of a single-tier cake.
Sumptuous fruits, sweet caramel sauce and a hint of nakedness are the highlights of this single-tier stunner.
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Pink buttercream frosting topped with fresh pink peonies and sprigs of greenery can add a touch of rustic elegance and femininity to your cake of choice.
Non-traditional shapes such as cubes can throw a twist into the cake mix, (pardon the pun), and interesting embellishments such as this cake beaded with pearls of frosting can enhance the theme of innovation and unique design.
A sweet naked cake topped with fresh blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and plums, is a rustic look which will suit any climate, whether it be a balmy outdoor wedding or a frosty winter celebration.
Thickly spread buttercream frosting topped with soft peach coloured blooms can provide a fresh and simple approach to a wedding cake.
These little single-tier beauties below are dripping with sugary deliciousness, and they delightfully prove they don’t need a second layer to be an enticing treat!
A naked cake covered in fresh white flowers and lush green foliage would suit an elegant rustic wedding theme. Simply gorgeous.
White Phalaenopsis orchids placed atop a pink single-tier cake can create dimension and provide elegant beauty to an unpretentious foundation. The look is finished with a subtle sweep of gold lace.
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