Eight wedding cakes we can't believe from yahoo lifestyle
It's hard to imagine ordering any of these cakes, but the world is much more fun because some people do. This week, the cake making a scene was constructed by Baltimore's Charm City Cakes, known for their work on the show, Ace of Cakes. The cake begs questions about the couple's connection to Ghostbusters. Did the two meet as members of the original film crew, circa 1985? Are they both related to Rick Moranis? Do they have an exorcism practice together? No, DonnaMarie and Ricky just really really like the movie. So, they did what any GB fans would do, they asked the bakery to recreate the climax of the movie, in cake. The couple provided pictures of the scene, as well as the DVD for Charm City Cakes to reference. If you want to see the light-up component of the cake and pictures of the couple, you'll have to check out the bakery's blog.
Royal cakes go big. This sheet cake from the wedding of King Abdullah of Jordan to Queen Rania decided it had conquered enough horizontal space, and did what few sheet cakes have done before, it went vertical.
Barbie's palace cake
The ultimate punishment if he says he doesn't want to be involved with the wedding planning.
A little off topic, but she seems supportive.
Super Mario has this effect on some people.
Starry Night cake
The most over-exposed poster becomes a completely unique cake. Smart move.
Likes: Kooky cakes. Hates: Independent coffee shops.
The "Me" cake
The groom may look back at this picture when he wonders if there were signs early on. Not self-obsessed at
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The 0800 Jukebox crew.