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10 Creepiest Cakes for Baby's Arrival

If you didn’t have a baby shower you might have a meet-and-greet shower after the baby is born instead. This way close friends and family can all meet the baby after they’re born and your guests can bring more personalized gifts for the baby and mommy.

Since it’s a party – you will likely have a cake to serve – or cupcakes.  I have seen some seriously beautiful cakes and some seriously horrible cakes.

Click through for 10 cakes for your meet & greet that are just … bad!

 

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  • Such a Cute Baby … but wait… 1 of 10
    Such a Cute Baby ... but wait...
    The cake is cute but remember - you have to cut into that ... a baby
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  • Did a Three Year Old Write This? 2 of 10
    Did a Three Year Old Write This?
    I don't think a lot of time went into the message on this cake.
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  • Sleeping Baby 3 of 10
    Sleeping Baby
    It must have taken time to put this cake together. The thought of cutting into that cute baby head though ... & then eating it ?
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  • That is Some Talent! 4 of 10
    That is Some Talent!
    Huh. I could barely tell this was a baby...
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  • Hmm.. Green Baby 5 of 10
    Hmm.. Green Baby
    Oh poor Tristan ...
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  • Got Milk? 6 of 10
    Got Milk?
    Cute message behind this cake but as a cake I'm not sold.
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  • Baby G 7 of 10
    Baby G
    This one really just makes me laugh. Oh Baby G...
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  • Basket of Twins? 8 of 10
    Basket of Twins?
    If you had twins this cake might be one you have at your meet & greet... but it's kinda creepy don't you think?
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  • Realistic Naked Baby 9 of 10
    Realistic Naked Baby
    This cake looks almost real. But again, it's a cake ... & you have to cut it and eat it and that is creepy
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  • Creepy Cupcakes 10 of 10
    Creepy Cupcakes
    These cupcakes were a neat idea & I imagine they took some time to make. I don't want to bite into a baby's cute face though..
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