Post # 1
Disney Fairytale Weddings is now projecting animation on wedding cakes!
Would you have a projection cake? Think this will ever make it to more mainstream weddings? I think it’ll probably be one of those “leave it to Disney” things!
Post # 2
I love the idea, and I would use it if I had a something good to project.
I’m picky when it comes to cakes and decoration, so I’d have to have a projection that makes sense, looks good, and doesn’t give the impression that I’m being trendy or trying hard to be unique. I have no idea what kind of projection that would be. Confetti, butterflies, or falling flowers come to mind; they might look good. Art and verses from various works would be great as well.
Post # 3
Lalavla: i like the idea…but i can’t imagine needing a cake for an adult wedding where there is a horsedrawn cartoon carriage riding around the tier. just seems like something that would be at like, suri cruise’s birthday party, not at a wedding.
i do think though that the idea itself–projecting an image onto the cake–is very cool and would work well with a more artistic design, words/verse, or something less cartoony.
Post # 4
They way cakes are going, I’m sure this will go mainstream with the upper middle class. I rub elbows with such people and I know more than a handful that have had / have been to parties with Cake Boss cakes. (Not that I was invited, but they told me about it!) I’m sure this will be the next big thing in a few years and my well to do friends/coworkers will tell me about the party they went to with the animated cake.
It looks adorable.
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2014 - Ontario, Canada ♥ EDD- April 2016
I think it looks really cool and I would love to see it at someone else’s wedding.. but I would never want one for my own wedding, because it reminds me a bit of those OTT 80’s/90’s cakes with fountains and stairs.
Post # 6
My vote is “yes, totally love the idea, but it probably costs a fortune” lol
Post # 7
- Wedding: Disneyland - January 2016
I think it’s super cute and whimsical and would love to see one in person, but I’m not sure I’d want one for my own cake since I’m a bit more traditional. Still, it’s kind of irritating to read that this should be a “child’s” cake just because it’s themed or Disney related. Mature adults can like these things too.
Post # 8
- Wedding: December 2014 - Norton Country Club
I love the idea, but think it would be expensive… Being a bit practical here, you could really go for a simple cake (less money there) and you might be able to work in the cake animation with the DJ package?
Post # 9
This is completely cringeworthly to me. It seems more suitable for an over-entitled rich child’s birthday than for any sort of wedding.
Post # 10
I think that is so neat. But for my own cake, I’d probably want something a little more “weddingish”.
Post # 11
TwinkleBoss: i’m a mature adult and i love disney. we watched frozen at our house about a million times…we don’t even have kids we just liked the movie. but i don’t need anna or elsa on top of my wedding cake either.
Post # 12
TwinkleBoss: I agree completely. Most of us grew up with Disney and the takes are an imporant part of our lives. To simply mark all things Magical Kingdom as childish is immature in itself. People have been obsessed with kings and queens and fairy tales since time existed. Look at some of the most important traditions that cultures celebrated before globalization. They were all mythical, odd and “childish”.
And really, if one is going to call Disney childish, you might as well throw out the the booze at a wedding, cause that’s so college-aged…
Post # 13
Really interetsing responces
Personally I think it’s a really neat idea but wouldn’t want it for my own wedding, even if I was having a Disney Fairytale wedding.
Though I must admit it’d be pretty cool to make the cake look like it as exploding when we cut into it during the cake cutting! lol
Post # 14
memorieslff: this made me LOL, I totally should’ve made that an option!
Post # 15
The more I look at the top picture the more it creeps me the f*ck out…