It's going to be impossible to beat the glorious nerdness level in this wedding cake, which uses projectors to animate Mario on his quest to beat Donkey Kong and rescue Pauline. Unless they find a way to modify the sugar molecules to act as color displays.
Annabel de Vetten of Conjurer's Kitchen really puts the death in "Til death do us part" with this morbid wedding confection. Instead of flowers and flourishes, her latest wedding cakes are decorated with chocolate animal skulls.
After redditor PoliticalMilkman posted this photo of his cousin's wedding cake yesterday, both other redditors and Neatorama noted that this isn't the first time they've spotted Spider-Man hiding under a wedding cake. Is Spider-Man trying to slip away while the miniature groom is preoccupied? Or will they cut the cake…
The cake knife that was broken shall return to Minas Tirith. The Cake Geek of Valrico, Florida, made this amazing wedding cake replica of the fortified city from Lord of the Rings. It's almost a pity that it fell to the siege of hungry wedding guests.
If you considered that chicken nugget goop to be an aphrodisiac of the most romantic kind, then start looking up flights to Hong Kong for next year. McDonalds' weddings may be alcohol-free, but at least Ronald will be in attendance.
I thought I was ahead of things with my Chocolate Edition Apple Tablet, but Jerry Brito and his iPhone 3G C(ake) beat everything. It looks like the real thing, except for one teensyweensy mistake.