Cake Hunters Creations That Are Almost Too Pretty to Eat
On Cake Hunters, bakers and designers craft jaw-dropping custom cakes for weddings, family reunions, baby reveals and other important events. Check out the towering, intricate designs that made the cut in Season 1.
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This nine-tier wedding cake, made by Chef Leslie Poyourow, owner of Fancy Cakes by Leslie, features vignettes to symbolize bride and groom Jessalyn and Josh’s relationship — including a Rice Krispies Eiffel Tower.
Tim and Vanessa’s Savannah, Georgia-themed wedding cake, created by Jennifer Punch’s team at Confection Perfection, features gold lettering, bright colors and an element of nature with grass and flowers.
Good Luck Charm
The elephant in the room is the base of the David family's engagement party cake, crafted by Lara Halabi-Stein and her team at Fluffy Thoughts Cakes.
Prince or Princess?
Baker's Man's design called on every tool in Mark Brickman's bag of tricks. The castle-and-balloon gender reveal cake stands 3 feet tall and weighs more than 100 pounds.
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All That Glitters Is Gold
Mamie Doyle of Miss Mamie's created a towering eight-tier cake for Grace and Jeremy's wedding. White and gold accents were Grace’s pick, while Jeremy wanted green to honor his father.
You can see the likeness of Crystal’s fondant figurine atop her dazzling cake from Carrie Shelley of Enchanted Cakes and Treats.
Tiny fondant figurines of Pat and Alli stand atop Kupcakes and Co.'s seven-tiered wedding cake, created by owner and designer Michelle Kupiec.
Treava and Raya’s family can truly gather ‘round the tree with the intricate 8-foot birch tree cake from Norman Davis of The Sweet Life. It’s adorned with Maryland icons such as blue crabs and orioles, and it clocks in at a whopping 200 pounds.
Jason Hisley of La Cakerie created a towering, inverted design to bring a wow factor to the Everyman Theatre's 25th anniversary party.
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