Top 5 Spookiest Halloween Cake Ideas (5)
October is here and it is time to start planning your Fall events! With Halloween “creeping” upon us, take a look at our top 5 spookiest ideas for a cake this Halloween.
“50th” Birthday Haunted House Cake
This haunted house is complete with a witch on her broom, ghosts flying above and a graveyard pumpkin patch watched by a pumpkin head figurine! If you look closely you can see a face staring back at you. This haunted house will scare the wits out of your guests.You can see more examples of our haunted houses here.
23rd Birthday Skull Cake
This cake was inspired by “Dia de Los Muertos” (The Day of The Dead). These skulls come to life with cob webs and black drippings against red tiers.Find more skull cakes here.
Nightmare Before Christmas Wedding Cake
A popular cake that we have seen done for many different occasions but makes a huge presence around Halloween is our Nightmare Before Christmas Cake. Figurines stand on a rolling hill upon a topsy turvy cake. The purple and black play into the Halloween theme along with the 3D pumpkins and skulls that sit at the bottom of the tiers. 2D black bats “fly” out of the cake on wires.See our other Nightmare Before Christmas cakes here.
Trick or Treat Ghost Halloween Cake
This cake adds a “sweet” cuteness to spooky! This little one dresses up as a ghosts as she digs into her stash of candy. This one is perfect for a children’s party!You can find our other candy themed cakes, including non-halloween themed cakes here.
Horned Devil Halloween Wedding Cake
This may be gruesome to some, but this three tiered cake has a larger than life mouth with a sculpted facial expression to show this devil means business. This horned devil is great for a Halloween party to frighten your guests.Find more Halloween cakes in our gallery here.
About the Author
Ashley Mastroianni, currently works in Sales and Marketing at Pink Cake Box. She has also self published, under her maiden name Ashley Ann Serafin, the novel WORTH FIGHTING FOR: INSPIRATION FROM HOME for our soldiers protecting us overseas. Mastroianni has the utmost respect for our service men and women and wanted to thank them in some way, so compiling a novel of inspiration for our troops was her way of saying, "Thank you for giving us freedom".
Mastroianni is also published in many articles for local news and as co-author in Jay Conrad Levinson's GUERILLA NETWORKING (also under maiden name Ashley Ann Serafin).
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