Allow me to introduce you to the S'mores wedding cake

Jan Baker Barnett. Cake by Wanna Cupcake.
Jan Baker Barnett. Cake by Wanna Cupcake.

Look what popped up in our Flickr pool — a freaking S'mores wedding cake! I told Tribesmaid Laura that we demanded to know more about her unicorn-topped, campfire treat-inspired wedding cake, and she filled us in on all the gooey details:

We just told Wanna Cupcake that we wanted a S'mores cake, and they did what they wanted! It had a chocolate inside and a marshmallow filling and graham filling. It's based off their S'mores cupcake: rich chocolate & graham cracker cupcake topped with marshmallow buttercream sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs and a chocolate wedge. Tasted amazing!

Tasted amazing… looked amazing… I wanna stab this sucker with a stick and savor every bit of marshmallow-y, chocolate-y, graham cracker-y, wedding cake-y goodness. But I'll settle for consuming this with my eyeballs today.

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  1. Oh my goodness. Drool.

    We're not doing 'The Cake', but are instead doing a table of 'regional sweets and baked goods' for our international wedding. I'm totally adding 'Something S'mores like' to it!

  2. OMG!!! I so don't like chocolate, but i will eat smores, snickers, twix, and reese's. I am gonna look them up or a similar company. WOW that is like heavenly though!!

  3. i work with desserts, cakes kind of specifically, and i so wish dessert cakes would become a new trend! not that i dont like the flowers and fondant types (im making two for friends this year alone!), but dessert themes give a whole OTHER dimension to cake decorating.

    please make this a thing, future brides and grooms!

    • The cake toppers are salt and pepper shakers I got in a store in Olympia but I have seen them online.

  4. Oh
    My
    Gawd
    DO
    WANT

    Even my Other Half said that looks good, and he's not as into sweets as I am. 😀

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