Spookily delicious Halloween wedding cakes #Food#cake#dia de los muertos#donuts#goth#halloween#skulls#tim burton Updated Oct 25 2015 (Posted Oct 31 2012) Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Photo by Breakthrough Images ShellBelle was a culinary student marrying into a culinary family, so she and her mother-in-law freaking made the cakes you see pictured above. Yes, that is an edible skull cake. Incredible, right? In fact, we have tons of incredible Halloween-themed wedding in our archives — they're all a little bit spooky, a whole lot of impressive, and hopefully as delicious as they are festive. Keep reading… if you dare! Mwahahahahahaha… Photo by Sherri Stark Photography Corpse Bride wedding cake from Tribesmaid AnotherFreek's purple Hallowedding. Photo by Angelina Rose Photography Meet the cake that inspired this Halloween wedding cake roundup — Jason and Freddy Kruger wedding cake! Wow. This just blew my mind. Photo by Al Gonzalez from Mentha Designs AndiLani uploaded this cake to our Flickr pool and explained, "A Halloween Castle with Ani and Padme on top. By the way: that is the rarest figure produced of Padme… her in the wedding dress." And I also spy a lightsaber cake cutter! Photo by Short Girl Photography. Here's a Halloween cake tower made by Ohio baker Confections by Amy for Katelyn and Jordan's Hallowedding. The troll toppers are from the bride's extensive troll collection! I'm in love with those little cupcake ghosties. Related Post Nightmares, corpse brides, and shrunken heads: Let's pay homage to Tim Burton weddings Now that we definitely know whether The Nightmare Before Christmas is a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie (I still claim is a 365-day movie),... Read more The spiderweb cake from Emilymabe's wedding is simple and yet makes quite a statement. Remember Derek and Joey's neon Halloween wedding? Remember how awesome their owl-topped cake was? Here's another festive Halloween cupcake tower. Bride Amy explains, "Our cupcakes were decorated with pumpkins, leaves, and spiders. (Be careful, black frosting = black teeth.)" But I love the ghost cake toppers. Photo by She-n-He Photography This is the STUNNING cake, made by Texas-based Fantasy Cakes, for Alanna and Nathan's Day of the Dead wedding. I like Jessica and David's blood red wedding cake, coupled with the black webbed fabric beneath it, and the delicious candy and donuts surrounding it! Remember the groom's cake with the bear that's eating his own eye from Denise and Jason's spooktacular wedding? Well this is the tiered wedding cake that went along with it. Denise described it as "a cake collaboration: I made the black tiers and provided the fondant skulls on the white tiers for the baker/designer (Missouri-based Cakes by Combs). It looked wonderful and tasted delicious!" Here's a Nightmare Before Christmas-themed wedding cake. I love the color scheme and the happy Jack and Sally skull toppers. Also check out the quick Halloween-ifying of the cake cutters — just tie orange and black ribbon around 'em and they look festive and photo ready. Photo by Kelly Nason. Rachel and Pete had the ultimate Halloween wedding cake — a zombie head that they got to hack away at! Photo by Brooke Trexler. How fucking cool is this Halloween wedding cake topped with a looming creepy tree? Photo by Derek Fowles Photography In fact, how fucking cool are ALL of these cakes!? Even if they're a gorgeous white tiered wedding cake topped with creepy Bride of Frankenstein cake toppers. Spooky Halloween wedding confections FTW! Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS Make your ring dog spookier with a Halloween Headless Horseman costume NEXT Flexibility & hand-holding: 5 tips for having a successful costume wedding Show/Hide comments [ 7 ] These cakes simply look amazing. The halloween season has really got me thinking about a halloween style wedding! Reply They're all amazing! One of my favorite things to look at from other weddings is the awesomesause creative cakes that come from them. Thanks for sharing. Reply Fantastic cakes. My sister got married last Halloween… I wish I had seen this page 12 months ago for some inspired ideas. Reply They're all amazing. Wow! Reply Please can you send me the supplier of the Bride of Frakenstein & Frakenstein cake topper. It's exactly what we want. Do you know who sells it? Reply Would love to know where the frankenstein and bride toppers and the devil girl and skull head toppers came from. Reply Does anyone chance to know where the Frankenstein topper came from? Its awesome and I can't seem to find any like that 🙁 lots of pictures of it but nothing on where it is from. Thanks Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.