Steampunk Cake- Clocks, Corset’s, and Keypads…oh my!

One part history, One part science fiction.. And of course always mixed with sugar!

This Steampunk themed wedding was one of the most incredible designs I’ve ever had to work with! The variety and beauty of all the elements the bride and groom provided me with laid an amazing foundation for me to create this extreme Sci-fi/Victorian design. I fell in love with steampunk the minute I laid eyes on their theme and I was so excited when the day finally arrived that I got to start production on this cake! Seeing my vision come to life before my eyes as I completed the cake turned out to be one of my proudest moments of my cake career to date.


Enjoy these detailed photos from the reception courtesy of the AMAZING Joel Maus of Studio EMP photography!


10 Responses to “Steampunk Cake- Clocks, Corset’s, and Keypads…oh my!”
  1. Juli Reitler says:

    OMG!!! Are you kidding me?!!!!! This is breathtaking! Lindsey, you are truly an artistic genius!

  2. Dawn says:

    This is the MOST FANTASTIC cake I’ve ever seen!!! Congratulations on your creation! I sometimes make novelty cakes for friends…………………but this!!

  3. Aisling says:

    What a work of art! Love it!

  4. Nancy says:

    This is incredible!!! So much talent!

  5. Gen says:

    You truly are a genius, this cake tops it all ! Thanks for inspiring me to rekindle my passion for baking :)

  6. Rachelle says:

    Steampunk is such an interesting sub-genre of science fiction, and you really captured its essence in this incredible cake! It is my favorite cake of all time… And I love cake! And steampunk!

  7. WENDY says:

    I am blown away by this cake. Most impressive cake i have seen to date. Was looking for inspiration to make a birthday cake for my husband and i came across this unforgettable masterpiece. I’m truly in awe. Such talent….

  8. ann-marie says:

    Hi, wow this is the most beautiful cake ive ever seen, i love it so much!! Can I ask how did you support each tier, i love how they are not your typical straight tiered type cake but how did they not fall?

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