For all of the cool Star Wars cakes I post, I can’t think of any that have been made with the idea of reproducing a scene from the movies. Most of the cakes I post are just fun, whimsical pieces that feature iconic pieces of Star Wars like the Death Star, R2-D2 or Darth Vader. The fact that these cakes are made to reproduce scenes from Star Wars is what really sets them apart.
Unfortunately, I don’t know who created these cakes to give them credit for a job well done (if you know, please let us know in the comments below), but I do know these cakes were created for the wedding of Star Wars fans Chris and Courtney. Below is a description of the cakes and their significance. This is obviously true love!
The first and largest was Luke at his home on Tatooine from A New Hope which was important to Chris since he’d actually been to the filming location for that scene. The middle part is the Endor forest where Leia first meets Wicket which represented Return of the Jedi, the first Star Wars film that Courtney ever saw and also, the only filming location that she’s been to so far, the Muir Woods in California. The top part is Anakin and Padme getting married from Attack of the Clones which represents the two of them joining together as one.
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