Next up in Disney Fairy Tale Weddings: animated wedding cakes

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Image via Disney Weddings
  • Image via Disney Weddings

Image via Disney Weddings

Leave it to Disney Fairytale Weddings to animate a wedding cake. Now, when you plan your little-girl's-dream of a wedding at Disney, you can have them animate whatever you want on your cake. Got a slideshow of your relationship? It's on your cake. A favorite scene from a Disney movie? On your cake. Tinker Bell's fairy dust? On your cake. Pretty much anything your imagination could come up with? On your cake.

Not gonna lie, the fairy dust is pretty sweet.
  • Not gonna lie, the fairy dust is pretty sweet.

Not gonna lie, the fairy dust is pretty sweet.
Image via Disney Weddings

Right now, the cakes are only available in the Wishes collection of weddings, Disney's most expensive option, starting at $12,000. If that's not at all in your budget and you're still itching for a Disney-fied wedding, check out our guide to having a Disney-inspired wedding without draining your wallet. You can thank us later.

In other wedding cake news, we can't hide our disgust at the bigoted wedding cake bakers who closed their business rather than bake wedding cakes for same-sex couples. Melissa Klein, the co-owner of the bakery, had trouble getting through a panel on at the anti-gay Values Voter Summit last week, where she discussed her love for her business and her process for creating a cake for a couple. (You can watch the video below.) That's sweet and all, but, it's her own fault that she's not in business anymore. Last year, she refused to serve a lesbian couple, who later brought a civil rights complaint against the baker. Oregon officials found that the couple's rights had been violated by Klein, who then decided to close her business, rather than to continue to serve gay couples. So, yeah, we don't feel so bad for her little cry-fest.


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