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Succulent Cakes Are the Next Big Wedding Trend We Never Knew We Wanted

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What kind of cake did you have at your wedding? Was it a three-tier buttercream cake? Or maybe you offered several dessert stands filled with chocolate and vanilla cupcakes? Whatever the case may be, chances are you didn’t offer a succulent cake, but after you see these beauties you’re going to wish you did.

While you could easily mistake one of these masterpieces for an actual succulent (they’re that detailed!), these cacti don’t have any pointy spines, so they’re perfectly safe to eat. Watch the video below to check out these almost-too-cute-to-eat cakes.

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Bakers have capitalized on the trendiness of succulents, and with wedding season reaching its peak, chances are you might have seen one of these babies at a ceremony recently. You can get them in all shapes, sizes, and colors, and no matter what you go with, they’re sure to impress.

When the wedding guests have finally stopped snapping photos of these delectable treats, you can enjoy all the delicious extra frosting from these fake succulents. Yum!

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