Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Zombie Cake Toppers and Silent Kills

I blame the Walking Dead for pointing out just how good it is to kill zombies quietly. At least, I'm pretty sure that's where the crossbows come from:

  Two Crossbows cake topper

Crossbow cake topper

But there's also a group that prefers the traditional bow and arrow approach (I think Katniss showed us how deadly that can be). Also quite good at keeping the volume down, but I sometimes feel that couples aren't always on the same page as far as that goes:

Bow and Shotgun

Silent Bow and loud shotgun

  Bow and Pistol

And I don't think this post would be complete without at least a couple zombies to fight off:

  Not quite a horde


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Time Travelers Cake topper

Well, here is a cake topper that I created a little while ago, featuring a time traveller and his wife. The weaponry was quite unique for this one. As I understand it, the cake is shaped like a blue police box from the '60s.



Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Zombie Survivor Cake Toppers: Go with the weapon you're familiar with...

More cake toppers.

 In a zombie apocalypse, the baseball bat is a good option. In fact, it is probably best to go with something you might have nearby (and no matter where the apocalypse starts, a bat shouldn't be too far away).  Even if the apocalypse hits on your wedding day.

 But most of all, you've probably held one before. That's the important thing. Go with something where you know the weight and how to swing it.
 Here are a few couples who had that sensibility going.


 Some of us might be more familiar with an acoustic guitar, which is just fine too.


And here's a pitcher who decided she could make a ball into a deadly weapon. Her groom picked up an less likely weapon to go along.