disney themed wedding cakes
It’s no secret that I am a fan of Alice in Wonderland. I am also a fan of Alice in Wonderland weddings. I mean have you ever seen some of these magical Alice-themed weddings that Disney has put on? Ah-mazing. We’ve featured a couple of Alice in Wonderland-themed treats here and here on A Wedding Cake Blog in fact. I’ve even seen some non-Disney weddings that have been breathtaking. There is just something about the story that is just so whimsical that allows for a gorgeous backdrop.
I have a little problem. It’s called Pinterest. I have another problem. I’m a big old nerd.
I can actually hide it pretty well but once I get rolling about Harry Potter, Angry Birds, Twilight or anything else remotely nerd-tastic, I cannot be stopped. So today I have decided to embrace my inner-nerd and post a bunch of FUN Nerd-inspired cakes that I found via Pinterest. Why, you ask? Because today, August 15th, 2011, is the last day of my twenties. Tomorrow I Read More
So this wasn’t the post I intended for today but on my daily visit to all my Disney, Wedding Cake and Hollywood Gossip Blogs I saw one common theme. Ms. Kim Kardashian’s Cinderella inspired Engagement Party Cake that was reportedly made by Hansen’s Cakes in Los Angeles. The same bakery that Tori Spelling buys all her cakes from as well. I guess if you are a reality television star you buy your cakes here. The edible part of this cake is the hill with the castle topper. I have a love of all things Disney. Especially Cinderella. I would love to see a Cinderella wedding done Kim Kardashian style. Wouldn’t you?
According to her sister Khloe (who posted the picture of her gorgeous cake on her blog) the family gathered together for a “normal family dinner” and Kim walked in and announced her engagement. I know all of my “normal family dinners” include live ponies. Don’t yours?
My oh my what a wonderful cake!
Last week Disney’s Ever After Wedding Blog featured this Splash Mountain Cake on Wedding Cake Wednesday. This cake is a replica of the popular Disneyland and Walt Disney World attraction featuring two tiers, chocolate logs and a fondant waterfall. I could be wrong but it looks like Read More