One of the best things about cakes (and who honestly doesn’t love cakes?) Is that they’re so easy to customize. This is the case with this: the Alice in Wonderland cake.
The cake, designed by Foxdale Cakes artist Helen Vallis, represents everything Lewis Carroll is. Alice in Wonderland. The cake features the text: “A very happy non-birthday to you”, the classic greeting to Wonderland. The colors are very vivid, and artistically it is a very creative reinvention of Alice in Wonderland.
The cake features Alice falling down the hole that leads to Wonderland and a few other iconic items from the popular book.
For example, you have the tea cups and the hat reminiscent of the Mad Hatter’s tea party. You also have the smoking hookah caterpillar, except without the hookah. Also present are the poisonous mushrooms on which the caterpillar sat.
The cake also features representations of the food and the “Eat Me” and “Drink Me” bottle, as well as the door covered with a yellow curtain. The cake decorating (i.e. nails and frosting designs) adds to the cake like being something like a wonderland.
Additionally, the cake features images of the Queen of Hearts soldiers and the Cheshire Cat. My only concern was that, looking at the cake, I thought it was supposed to be suitable for children. Looks like the cake decorator wanted to be anatomically correct. Either way, it’s pretty good in terms of the details, for a cake.
The cake is topped with the “Unanniversary” greeting and the white hare’s watch. The cake looks too good to eat, and yet it also looks like something you want to dive into (pun intended).
You can discover other models of cakes, such as the Pacman cake, the Death Star cake or a Buzz Lightyear cake.