Remember that awesome Ghostbusters wedding cake we featured awhile back? The one made by Charm City Cakes? Well, the lucky couple have posted a video of the cake – which features bio-wire, light-up proton streams! – online.
Dori Broomell was inspired to turn the recently discussed Stay-Puft Threadless shirt into a detailed, 3D cake, complete with marshmallow fondant (how appropriate) – Dori posted the results at Threadless. You should check out all her making-of photos and post at Threadcakes’ blog. (I had no idea threadless shirts as cakes was this whole thing – who knew?)
Big thanks to @Dweezal for the heads up!
Hey, remember that awesome Proton Pack cake we saw awhile back? Yeah, people are making more of them. And I couldn’t be happier.
Thanks to Grim and Tay for the heads up!
Kayels attended a friend’s birthday party this past week – the minimally named D is apparently a big Ghostbusters fan and his brother set to work with online prop reference to create an amazingly detailed proton pack cake – I’m including the full image, so be sure to click on it to see the crazy level of detail. Licorice wire and edible labels!
Thanks to SRT40 for the heads-up!
[UPDATE] SRT40, whom I think is the lucky birthday boy, and pal kayels, who posted the cake picture in the first place, have provided some more details.
# SRT40 Food colouring printed on icing for labels 🙂 Half cake was victoria sponge, half chocolate. Note the repainted kenner trap.
# kayels some of the cake was chocolate some plain.Everything is edible apart from stitches to hold the sugared jelly strips 2gether
In addition to the awesome cake, SRT40 also got a second Ghostbusters surprise;
# SRT40 Also received an overhauled Kenner Ecto 1, with the objective being ‘what the toy should have been’!! 😀