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Let’s Go to the Movies: 15 Film-Inspired Cakes for Kids

By brooklynsupper |

Movies stoke our imaginations. They take us on journeys we could otherwise only imagine — a house floating through the air, a world turned on its head, or a factory made of candy. And these film-inspired cakes stoke our imaginations too, creatively combining  themes and favorite characters into an incredible, edible sweet. Looking for your own cake inspiration? Courtesy of Cake Wrecks, check out 15 amazing cakes below the jump.

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Let's Go to the Movies: 15 Film-Inspired Birthday Cake Ideas for Kids

Alice in Wonderland Cake

This detailed Alice in Wonderland cake captures the Disney cartoon perfectly. With singing flowers, a sly Cheshire cat, and a teeny tiny tea service on top, this playful cake is amazing.

See more gorgeous cakes over on Cake Wrecks.
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Image Credit: Cake by Say It with Cake, image courtesy of Cake Wrecks

Image Credit: Cake by Say It with Cake, image courtesy of Cake Wrecks

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