(Submitted by Sarah, but darned if I can't find her e-mail to source it. A little help?)
If you like this, be sure to check out the "classy" Zelda wedding video here
; it features a similar Link cupcake mosaic. (And yes, "classy" IS in quotes.)
Here's one for you Wind Waker fans:
(Submitted by Amy & featured on Kotaku. Baker unknown.)(Submitted by Julie, made by Jen's Cakes, & topper by Paul Pape Designs)
Moving beyond the land of Zelda, how about a Disney/old school SNES/Mii mashup?
All together now: Awwww.
Love how the bride and groom displayed their Disney name tags, too.
And finally, we have to end with some serious Mario love:
This astoundingly detailed bit of Awesome was made by cake hobbyist Frances Clayton. (That's right, guys, she does this for a hobby, not a living.)
And when I say "astoundingly detailed," I mean astoundingly detailed. Check it out:
From a distance I thought all these tiny bits were printed on edible paper, but if you look closely you can see that they're all either molded fondant or piped icing or both. Yowza
And it gets even awesomer
Next, we take the amazing Mario wedding cake and surround it with amazing side cakes!
Frances' daughter Mariel sent in the first photo to brag on her mom, and then Frances herself sent in the second pic. Thanks, ladies!
*Yes, that IS a lame Taco Town reference. Sorry.
Oh! Wait! One more thing, while we're talking gamer sweets: if you're one of the few people on the planet who haven't seen these yet:
...then you need to check out the 100 Games Cupcake Game. It's 100 cupcakes, representing 100 games. If you can guess them all, then you get the geeky gamer gold star. (In a purely virtual, metaphorical sense, of course.)
- Similar Sweets: Super Mario Wedding Cake