If you come back home to the Amazon Prime bundle for your doorstop at least once every week, you’re now not alone. Today that is not considered loopy. Everyone does. But if it’s a 3-times-a-week kind of aspect, you’re on a distinctive level. And it would help if you likely had this birthday cake.
The Photographer and mother of 3, Emily McGuire, changed into surprise on her 39th birthday with a birthday cake that appears precisely like an Amazon bundle. Inspiring Grounds and Sweet Dreams Bakery in Dunn, North Carolina, made the three-layer chocolate cake with the signature packing tape, the Amazon Prime logo, and even a USPS transport label (created from wafer paper!). The cope with: “1234 Birthday Lane” in “Happy Birthday, 2U.” CAN. YOU. EVEN?
The genius in the back of the topical confection: Emily’s husband, Hugh. “As soon as I noticed the cake, I become like, ‘He receives me,’ ” she shared with NBC’s Today. The rest of the world receives you too, Emily. Or, as a minimum, North Carolina does.
Ever since the news of this perfect sweet bundle turned into posted on Facebook, the cellphone at Inspiring Grounds and Sweet Dreams Bakery have been ringing off the hook with requests for the Amazon cake. It’s a disgrace that it’s no longer to be had on Prime for the relaxation folks even though.
Wedding cakes play a major role in the wedding party. In fact, some brides actually plan their entire weddings around the style of their cake. While traditional white, tiered cakes topped with the bride-and-groom figures are still predominant, colorful cakes depicting kooky themes and personally significant tableaux have taken a stronghold on our pop-cultural psyche. They are the subjects of reality shows like TLC’s Cake Boss and Food Network’s Ace of Cakes. With this guide, you can make your wedding cake both a visual wonder and a culinary delight! Which style of the cake should you choose? What should it taste like? After all, you want that special day to last in the sensory memories of both sight and taste.
The wedding cake style will relate to your choice for the type of wedding you are having and the overall tone you are taking, whether formal, informal, contemporary, traditional, indoor, or outdoor. When you have set the style, you can make all of this information available to your cake designer and provide them with a photo or idea of the decor with colors, materials, themes, and motifs.
Themed wedding cakes may not only reflect the reception but may be based on your honeymoon location. For instance, the wedding cake topper might include a Hawaiian motif as a palm tree on a sand bar or a couple of surfing or mountain climbing. In that manner, the typical bride-and-groom on top can be changed with a subtle bit of humor on an otherwise traditional tiered wedding cake by replacing the topper with Kermit and Miss Piggy or any of your playful alter-egos.
You may want to tie into the architectural theme of the reception space and have Art Deco styling with zig-zags, Classical columns, and arches, or Contemporary simplicity with rectangles, angles, and folds that mimic a Frank Gehry-music hall. If you and your fiance (or fiancee) are both musicians, you may want to share your love of music by inviting your guests to nibble on a Baby Grand confection or a Rock-and-Roll guitar. Marrying a Swede? Perhaps you want to eat the country, symbolically that is, in a blue-and-yellow flag-designed sheet cake outlining the country’s geographical shape. Did you and your spouse-to-be meet through the Star Trek convention, or do you share a love of Halloween?
So you see how the ideas grow and how wedding cake themes are endless, personal, and precious to each couple and their circle of friends and family.