I'm sure this will come as a complete shock to those of you who've just found this blog for the first time ever, but if there's one thing I love more than a geeky game-themed wedding, it's a geeky game-themed wedding cake.
A Scribblenauts wedding cake? Complete with cameos by Super Mario and Donatello from TMNT? BE STILL MY 90's-LOVING HEART.
And speaking of Mario, you just can't get more classic than the diminutive plumber with his Princess Bride Peach:
Wuv. Twuu Wuv...
Or, if you want to go really old school, you could always have a Space Invaders groom's cake:
Sub'd by Stephen J. & made by Premier Pastry
It looks like those side invaders were made using the run-out, or flooding, technique, which is both time-consuming and extremely fragile. Color me impressed.
Not a wedding cake, but this is one of the best Angry Birds cakes I've seen in ages:
You can almost hear the high-pitched battle cries of the little blue birds, can't you? Echoing off the walls of your bathroom? It's ok, fellow addicts: you can admit it. (And you might as well, since that music is so loud you're not fooling anyone, John.)
And speaking of addiction... how about a World of Warcraft groom's cake?
Now *that* is using photo paper right. Bakers, take a note.
I've yet to play Katamari Damacy, the game where you roll a ball around that makes everything - including people and buildings and such - stick to it, but I do love this custom wedding topper:
By Lauren U.
The bride and groom are stuck to the rolly ball! Ha! It doesn't hurt that the cake is seriously cute, too.
Ok, time to fess up to another of my addictions:
(*I'm not kidding.)
Yeah, you could say the cake was a lie.
Kind of like this awesome-beyond-words dummy cake...
Submitted by Noelle R. and made by Melissa
Which lifts up to reveal...
Now, ok, granted, we've seen better personality cores here on Sweets, but seriously, can you beat that presentation? I THINK NOT.
(For those of you completely lost right now, I have one word for you: PORTAL: GO PLAY IT.)
(Ok, that was four words. Whatever. I did it for science.)
I'm also seriously considering making a Portal dummy cake, just so I can hide things under it that I will dramatically reveal when we have company over, accompanied by a booming, "THE CAKE WAS A LIE, YOU FOOLS!!" because I guess now I'm channeling a little Cobra Commander, too. Huh.
It never fails to astound me just how difficult the seemingly-easy-to-replicate LEGO is to create in cake. Seriously. Bakers just can't seem to crack the code of straight edges and proportional pips*. Which is why I may have whisper-shouted, "YES! FINALLY!!" when I saw this cake:
Submitted by Rebecca K. and made by Roy's Bakery
(*"Proportional Pips" is the name of my Rockettes cover band. And don't tell me the Rockettes aren't actually a band, because that joke was awesome.)
And now I shall segue from a cake LEGO to a cake *made* of cake LEGO:
Submitted by JC R. and made by Sometimes I Bake
I know: totally meta.
And I love the little guy on the side installing the polka dots.
I'd also like to point out that this, like many of our Sweets, was made by a hobby baker. So take heart, cake lovers! It CAN be done!
And finally, let's wrap up the geekiness with another classic character wedding cake:
Ok, so this is actually themed to a newer installment of Zelda called The Wind Waker, but still. Just look at the water ripples around the little fish on the cake board. LOOK AT THEM. And the teensy flowers! And the adorable Link & Zelda topper! Game on, people. GAME ON.
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