There is nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing,  SEP 05 2003

There is nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing cheesier than a Krispy Kreme wedding cake.

There are 11 reader comments

phil54 05 200312:54PM

if they were fresh--hot--glazed i'd understand. But most wedding cakes sit around for a day or two...that is just wrong.

mathew15 05 2003 1:15PM

i wonder which has more fat. the doughnut or your average piece of layered wedding cake?

mark22 05 2003 1:22PM

if the wedding was at the Mall of America, then I feel this would appropriate.

Jon Gales28 05 2003 1:28PM

This would be a "trucker hats mandatory" wedding correct?

Will39 05 2003 1:39PM

...except maybe a wedding cake that actually is cheese:
http://www.houseofcheese.co.uk/news28.htm

steve46 05 2003 1:46PM

I attended a bar mitzvah earlier this year where a KK cake was served. Appropriate for a 13-year-old boy, yes, but a wedding?

Peter06 05 2003 7:06PM

I would posit that a wddding cake made of Twinkies, Ho Hos, and Ding Dongs would be far far cheesier.

I submit: . http://www.twinkies.com/wow/wackyphotos/weddings/index.html

djspicerack53 07 2003 3:53AM

what disturbs me is that two or three people have suggested this to me while i'm planning my wedding.

Susan48 01 200310:48AM

Well, I for one am planning my second wedding -- I'm widowed. There will only be close friends and family and we are planning a brunch for the reception. I think it would be so cool to have a KK wedding cake!

laura34 19 2004 8:34PM

i think the cakes are a great and might i say a quite inventive idea

laura35 19 2004 8:35PM

i have made several cakes which include birthdays, valentines day and working on a wedding kake

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