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.



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The Greatest Game Of Thrones Wedding Cake That You’ll See Today


A wedding is coming. The Game of Thrones Wedding Cake is brought to us by Ireland-based bakery, Candytuft Cakes.

Let’s just hope that there’s not red velvet in that thing. Red and weddings don’t usually go very well on this show.





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Battle of Hoth Wedding Cake


The Battle of Hoth Wedding Cake was created by Cake Central. AT-ATs can be found at the base, rebel ships are flying about, and lots and lots of white icing help recreate the frozen planet.

This must be true love, because the groom lent his own action figures to help create the cake.



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The Greatest Animated Donkey Kong Wedding Cake That You’ll See Today


If you’re reaaaallly into Donkey Kong, and you have the most understanding of fiancees, perhaps a Donkey Kong Projector Cake is right for your wedding. Sure, you could just have a cake artist pipe on some ladders and barrels, and create a cake topper of Mario and Peach — but Mario wouldn’t actually climb the tiers.

The animated cake is brought to us by Posh Entertainment, a DJ and lighting company, and Meals for Reals who actually made the cake. Quarters up if you want a slice.

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The Greatest Wedding Cake With Two Severed Heads That You’ll See Today


From Sideserf Cake Studio, the maker of the eerily lifelike Willie Nelson Cake, is the bloody creepy mess of the Severed Head Wedding Cake.

It was created for a couple’s ceremony in Austin, and the groom’s love of horror movies. Unfortunately, it’s not filled with red velvet and cherries. That would’ve been creepy. Mazel tov, you crazy kids.




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