Polyhedral dice cake

Jason sez, "I took this photo of the groom's cake from my sister's wedding this past weekend. As you can see, the cake is adorned with giant, edible polyhedral dice. (I'm not sure what they are made out of, but the cake itself was chocolate and delicious.)"

d20 groom's cake (Thanks, Jason!)



  1. Maybe the 11 was the groom’s saving throw!
    DM: Roll 1D20.
    Groom: 11.
    DM: You say “I do.”
    Groom: “I do.”
    Bride, et Al: “wo0T”!

  2. My RPG of choice, Burning Wheel, is a dice-pool system that uses six-siders. That would make a for a boring cake, but having a whole bunch of them could be justified.

  3. The d20 is showing 11, but the d8 is showing 8 and the d4 rolled 1. Add ’em all up and you’ve got 20, though I don’t know what weird game mechanics you’d be using.

    Maybe the numbers mean something personal to the bride and groom? Like, maybe he proposed on November 1st, 2008 (11-1-08)?

  4. Failed a saving throw against commitment!

    Seriously, what an awesome gal to do such a thing. woot, indeed.

  5. For my wedding in February, we had three dice cakes, and the dice themselves were cake. The d4 was key lime, the d6 chocolate and the d20 an almond. I think. The cake makers can do some awesome things, but the d20 shape was pretty hard on them, and they forgot to have it showing a 20.

    There’s a photo at my friend Eric’s Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gamethyme/3312573267/

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