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5 Crazy Wedding Cakes

By Weddingblog2011

The wedding cake is something of a “centerpiece of the wedding.” Brides take their cakes very seriously and everything has to be perfect…or does it? Take a look at these 5 crazy wedding cakes that other brides have commissioned for their big days.

The Waffle Wedding Cake

This hilarious waffle wedding cake features layers of waffles and the frosting: syrup, of course. Since no waffle is complete without berries and whipped cream, that’s what this wedding cake is embellished with!

Image Source: thekitchn.com

Image Source: thekitchn.com

The Falling Wedding Cake

This wedding cake is definitely something we’ve never seen before. The cake is falling, along with the bride and groom topper. It’s absolutely hilarious and definitely a conversation starter.

Image Source: Bridesbookvendors.com

Image Source: Bridesbookvendors.com

Melting Clocks Wedding Cake

Definitely crazy, this wedding cake looks like something out of a Salvador Dali painting. Featuring melted clocks and a topper that looks like stretched elephants, this is an amusing and whimsical cake.

Image Source: Designfollow.com

Image Source: Designfollow.com

The Skull Wedding Cake

Whether this is for Halloween or not, we’re not sure but it’s definitely a crazy cake idea. Strangely beautiful, this cake’s largest embellishment is the skull on the side, complete with bulging eyeball and empty socket.

Image Source: Pinterest

Image Source: Pinterest

The Mario Wedding Cake

This wedding cake seems as if it was created from a video game lover’s dreams. It features Mario and Peach as toppers and includes all the classic Mario symbols: the tunnels, the turtle shells, the blocks and more.

Image Source: cohainyosaif on Flickr

Image Source: cohainyosaif on Flickr

There you have it – 5 completely crazy (but genius) wedding cakes that were surely the talk of their respective weddings.  Perhaps they will give you inspiration during your own wedding planning!


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