Steen says: "My husband and I are huge Nintendo fans, but we wanted to keep our wedding "traditional" for the family. This cake topper was one way we were able to geek out."
We all know there are an infinite number of ways to express our love in the form of a cake. This is definitely the first time I've seen Star Trek and Halloween combined for a wedding. Genius!
Wait, is there a new tradition of amputating the royal limbs before the wedding? That's a little too hardcore for me.
Let's hope the bride isn't recast in the anniversary version.
I don't know if I buy Ash as a ginger, but otherwise this is flawless.
The crabs, corn, and container of Old Bay Seasoning are made of white chocolate. The sand is crushed graham crackers and vanilla wafers. The mallets are fondant. The entire cake is edible!
I recently got married and this is my awesome custom-made wedding cake. My husband was played by Luigi and I by Princess Daisy. The best man was Mario and the Maid of Honor was Koopa Troopa. The Officiant was Flying Goomba.
Yellow cake with peanut butter frosting. Not just awesome, deliciously awesome!
My husband loves LEGOs, so he designed his groom's cake. He also built the base. Sarah says: "There's even a little LEGO cake topper. The man loves his toys."
Class wars mean nothing in the face of true love. Has The Princess Bride taught us nothing?
It may look small but don't worry, it'll feed everyone no problem.
I hate to break it to you but that cake is very unlikely to last you until death.
It's time to light the lights, it's time to get things started on the wedding cake tonight!