This Rorschach Test Wedding Cake Will Help Analyze The Groom


Would you like to really know what the groom is thinking? Although, you should probably have him analyzed before you accept the ring, there’s still a good opportunity at the reception, with the Rorschach Test Wedding Cake.

Designed by Virginia-based Rebekah Naomi Cake Design, the three-tiered wedding cake is not only aesthetically-pleasing, but will help give some insight into how this marriage might go. No mention if this particular groom passed the test.


[link, via When Geeks Wed]

The Greatest LEGO Wedding Cake You’ll See Today


If you’ve ever wondered who the coolest bride ever was, it was probably the woman who agreed to have this LEGO Wedding Cake at her big day.

Created by London-based bakery Cupcakes by SJ, it includes a few edible Minifigures, hard at work to complete the cake in time. It’s even topped with a Minifigure bride/groom.

Hopefully, their wedding song was “Everything Is Awesome.” Or, at least the daddy/daughter song.

[link, via Mental Floss]

The Greatest Super Mario Bros Wedding Cake That You’ll See Today


If it’s true love… like the kind of love that you’d walk for miles stomping on Goombas and Koopas for… then you’ll need a suitable cake.

Brought to us by Bittersweet’s Chocolate and Pastry, the Super Mario Bros. Cake will help power up any wedding. Using the new trend of cakes that are not as they seem, this three-tiered project seems traditional enough from the front — but the back reveals how strong the couple’s love is, and how cool the bride must be to have allowed this.


Superhero Wedding Cake Is Beautifully Geeky


When you finally find the person you’d like to spend the rest of your life geeking out with, you might consider something like a Superhero Wedding Cake.

Brought to us by Sweet Frostings Bake Shop, the three-tiered cake displays the insignia of Wonder Woman and Captain America. It also includes a cake topper of the superhero couple on top.

Unfortunately, the newlyweds have a challenging road ahead of them — considering that they’re attempting a union of DC and Marvel. We wish them luck.



[link, via That’s Nerdalicious]