Last Sunday we saw how bakers used fashionable dresses to inspire some stunning cakes. So TODAY...
We're not going to do that.
See, cakes that look like actual dresses-on-bodies keep popping up, and they tend to be rather creepy.
Well, about as creepy as you'd expect edible neck-and-arm stumps to be:
Not to mention this one looks like its floating up through the table. Spooky.
It's not so bad when the stumps look like a fabric dress form, but for some reason bakers keep making the under bits look like skin. And, worse, wrinkly skin:
Now, you might think it'd be better to just go ahead and sculpt the whole bride:
And don't go sticking a blow-up doll on your wedding cake, either:
This is also creepy.
Here's one that avoided the skin/stump issue entirely - which I applaud - but then fell down in the whole looking-like-a-human-body arena:
This photo also removed. Please enjoy this lovely picture of Epcot.
Definitely more centaur-shaped. The boobage section in particular is... worrisome.
Still, all of that pales in comparison to this bizarre choice of a wedding cake:
I'm actually weirdly fascinated. I... I can't look away. It's like staring into the sun. A headless, armless, legless sun. That you kind of want to hug.
Or is that just me?
Thanks to Elicia H., Caren, Angela B., Sondra D., Brenda T., Megan B., & Samantha B. for proving no body is better at weddings.