Sunday Sweets Would Like This Dance

It's National Dance Day, cake lovers!

(By Crazy Sweets, Germany)


And hey, I don't think I've ever featured dance Sweets before.

So let's boogie.

(By Op en Top Taart, The Netherlands)

Electric Avenue never looked brighter. I love these colors!


Or maybe a Sock Hop is more your style:

(By Cake Diane, Texas)

I'm a sucker for pink and teal with checkerboard tiles.


How about a wedding waltz?

(By Simone Louise, UK)


...with a sweet bouquet of flower girls?

(I can't find the baker! Help?)

I really thought their skirts were flower petals at first. So pretty!


Or maybe you're in the mood for something a little... dirty.

(Just Desserts By Jess, New York )


Nobody puts this cake in a corner.


There are so many gorgeous ballet cakes out there, it was impossible to pick just one:

(By Rachel1984 using Alexandria Pellegrino's online class)

Love the drama of all this black and gold.


Then there's this one!

(By Kek Couture, Istanbul)

Those paintings on the bottom are giving me all the heart eyes. They almost made me miss the flying fairies on the sides!


I bet you never knew a hip-hop cake could be this Sweet:

(By 927 Cake Co., New Jersey)

'Cuz I didn't! This is the cutest.


If a rainbow ever came to life as a dance troupe, I bet it would look just like this:

(By Art 2 Eat Cakes, Colorado)

According to the baker this was inspired by the Rainbow's daughter, Polychrome, and all her cloud sisters - which are characters in Frank Baum's book "Road to Oz." So THAT's something amazing I learned today.


Now, I was going to end there, but then John convinced me you guys needed an extra little something today - something you'd totally love and not be offended by AT ALL.

So without further ado, please enjoy this cake of a Purple Minion Pole Dancer.

(By Vintage Cake Fairy, UK)


Yep, that's exactly what we needed today.


Happy Sunday, my friends! Go dance like nobody's watching... or like everyone is. ;)


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