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behtto behtto 8 years
I got married last year twice: one party in Brazil (i'm Brazilian) and one in France (my wife is French). I'm addicted to internet and computers, and my wife is always begging me (well, I'd better say ordering me) to leave my computer. :) For the wedding, I ordered special toppers that reflected exactly our relationship. Although it was not a geek party, all the guests loved the toppers, both in the Brazilian and in the French party. Take a look: http://blog.boullosa.org/en/2008/05/bolos-de-casamento-geek/
behtto behtto 8 years
I got married last year twice: one party in Brazil (i'm Brazilian) and one in France (my wife is French). I'm addicted to internet and computers, and my wife is always begging me (well, I'd better say ordering me) to leave my computer. :)For the wedding, I ordered special toppers that reflected exactly our relationship. Although it was not a geek party, all the guests loved the toppers, both in the Brazilian and in the French party.Take a look: http://blog.boullosa.org/en/2008/05/bolos-de-casamento-geek/
c0rkie c0rkie 9 years
OMG I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVEEEEEEEEEEEEE THESE! that mario one.. omg.... AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
mabess mabess 9 years
loves it. people getting to be themselves is the best part of weddings.
Carebear144 Carebear144 9 years
At my wedding a month and a half ago, we had a traditional wedding cake, but the groom's cake was Han Solo frozen in carbonite from Star Wars. It was a surprise for my Star Wars geek fiancee, and he LOVED it. I think it's great that the guys get to have something like this at weddings, because everything else tends to revolve around the bride and what she wants.
siouxsie siouxsie 9 years
the mario and nintendo cakes are so kickass!
ktownpolarbear ktownpolarbear 9 years
The Mario cake would make an awesome birthday cake. It looks so amazing.
ChelsE33 ChelsE33 9 years
the nintendo cake would be an awesome and fun idea for a groom's cake!
ashleycakes ashleycakes 9 years
All of thes are adorable! ______________________________________ "My Manwich!"
ashleycakes ashleycakes 9 years
All of thes are adorable!______________________________________"My Manwich!"
backfat backfat 9 years
If people are having theme weddings anyhow, I don't see this as far-fetched as others.
krisua krisua 9 years
I think something geeky is definitely better than the traditional. Something to remember and talk about...
saramaus saramaus 9 years
As wedding cakes?? Nuh uh.... as birthday cakes, most definately!!
joyofadventure joyofadventure 9 years
cute cute cute!!
joyofadventure joyofadventure 9 years
cute cute cute!!
ZergGirl ZergGirl 9 years
When Hubby and I renewed our vows for our 15th anniversary, we did it on the bridge of the Enterprise D in Vegas, and our cake was Star Trek all the way!!! (Ok, it was a 3 tiered carrot cake and it had a ST Delta Shield in gold sprinkles on the top. It was awesome!!!) :)
Jennie Jennie 9 years
I don't know about for a wedding, but cute!
demeter demeter 9 years
Aww I love the Nintendo cake! If I marry a nerd, which I'm sure I will, that would be perfect. :)
Ejmcmis Ejmcmis 9 years
That's a GROOM's CAKE That would NEVER be the principle wedding cake. It is customary in large weddings to have an additional cake with a much differnt flavor and it is typically decorated in the groom's activiy of choice (i.e. If you marry a golfer, the Groom's cake would have some sort of golfing theme to it.) In this case, the groom's probably an old school gamer, hence the nintendo. It's not that the bride's cool. It's the tradition.
Ejmcmis Ejmcmis 9 years
That's a GROOM's CAKEThat would NEVER be the principle wedding cake.It is customary in large weddings to have an additional cake with a much differnt flavor and it is typically decorated in the groom's activiy of choice (i.e. If you marry a golfer, the Groom's cake would have some sort of golfing theme to it.)In this case, the groom's probably an old school gamer, hence the nintendo. It's not that the bride's cool. It's the tradition.
museanima museanima 9 years
I dont know about "too geeky" for a wedding. I wore my HTTP panties (http://www.thinkgeek.com/tshirts/ladies/6792/) :)
museanima museanima 9 years
I love it! I might do this for one of our next lan games :)
ktjones ktjones 9 years
Love the cake..but not for a wedding. And with all the fondant..I am sure it tastes pretty bad!! But it would be a great cake for my geeky husband's birthday. He is a videogame fanatic!!
Nightwind Nightwind 9 years
I think the Nintendo cake is PERFECT for a wedding. Uptight, fancy, wasteful, expensive weddings really annoy me. People who can laugh at themselves and have fun with a Nintendo cake are all right in my book. I wish I thought of it first.
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