This Alice in Wonderland, Tim Burton inspired engagement shoot comes from the quirky mind of Alexz, your not-so-average bride who drew inspiration from her love of the music Meat Loaf, Tim Burton and Walt Disney. Mixing the three together, with Minnesota based photographer Amber Fischer behind the lens, made for a “bizarre, unique and fabulous combination,” says Amber. “Alexz is one-of-a-kind, which is why I immediately liked her and immediately knew I would do anything to be her event photographer.
Alexz is an artist who brings “monsters and Wonderland” together in her Etsy shop Spooky Pooky Creations. “We decided to go with a bit of an Alice in Wonderland theme for their engagement shoot,” adds Amber, “and found the coolest location to shoot it in.” Their vision came to life when they found an abandoned Victorian house surrounded by overgrown trees and wild rose bushes. “It felt like evening no matter what time of day it was. Magic.”
The dedicated fangirl and baker over at Nerdache Cakes has created some amazingly geeky cupcakes and cakes in the past, but check out her latest creation. This Loki cupcake inspired by the Avengers.
“Loki’s helmet is made from 24 separate fondant pieces, and took over 3 days to put together. It’s pretty screen accurate- besides it being edible! His horns are actually carved pieces of fondant that started as solid rectangles”, says Ant.
Every week, Ant takes requests from a new Fandom and replicates it in cake form. She is currently taking submissions for her Legend of Korra Cake Challenge!
Hunger Games cupcake
Jeff Leatham, Artistic Director of the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris, and his team created this 19,000 rose entrance for a wedding in Vienna. Known for his floral installations that are often compared to as contemporary art, and has been voted Best Hotel Florist in Europe for three consecutive years. This would be a great idea for an Alice in Wonderland themed wedding.
The St. Pucchi Spring 2012 Bridal collection invites you to be “be jeweled”. Stunning hand embroideries, sparkling Swarovski crystals and colored jewels adorn the finest silks and laces to create a look of luxury and sophistication. Every dress is breathtakingly unique and reminds me of a sci-fi Marie Antoinette or the White Queen from Alice In Wonderland.
Rosebud Cakes located in Beverly Hills, CA specializes in spectacular cake decoration and offers many style options that range from Medieval to Art Nouveau, Classical to Retro & Ultra Modern. Take a look at some of their incredibly detailed designs, and there’s more where those came from just check out their Flickr page.
“At Rosebud, the Customer always comes first. Creativity and quality are the top priority when designing a unique wedding cake for that special day. Find out why Rosebud Cakes truly is ” The Last Word In Original Cake Design “
An Alice In Wonderland Mad Hatter inspired cake by Michigan cake shop Cake Nouveau. Cake Nouveau is a custom cake shop, specializing in artistic, whimsical, and sculpted cakes. Chef and owner Courtney Clark has become known for her impressive cakes through various televised cake competitions including The Food Network’s Last Cake Standing. Learn more at Cake Nouveau
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It was all very well to say `Drink me,’ but the wise little Alice was not going to do that in a hurry. `No, I’ll look first,’ she said, and see… However, this bottle was not marked `poison,’ so Alice ventured to taste it, and finding it very nice, (it had, in fact, a sort of mixed flavour of cherry-tart, custard, pine-apple, roast turkey, toffee, and hot buttered toast,) she very soon finished it off. Alice ventured to taste it, and finding it very nice, (it had, in fact, a sort of mixed flavour of cherry-tart, custard, pine-apple, roast turkey, toffee, and hot buttered toast,) she very soon finished it off. -Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
Disney Couture creates a stunningly beautiful and whimsical piece again with this “drink me” necklace featuring a gorgeous Swarovski crystal-studded platinum-plated bottle with a faceted stopper that you can twist off. The trim of the bottle has a secret message that reads, “Believe the Impossible”. 28″ platinum-plated chain. Bottle measures about 2″ high. “Drink Me” tag about 0.5″ and charming Alice charm at clasp is approx. 1.25″