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Dance Cakes

Dancing party cake for a just dance 11th birthday party

Yes, it's a cake.... But it's Angelina the Ballerina!!!! Wow, you can tell I work with kids that dance lol

No May Day celebration would be complete without a dance around the maypole. This sweet version might just inspire your youngest guests to kick up their heels. A central layer cake anchors the gumdrop-topped pole -- a painted wooden dowel -- which is strung with ribbons and ringed by cupcake "dancers." Multicolor gum-candy flowers complete the festive spring tableau.

Dance with me, under the sea! — Children's Birthday Cakes

Ballet Slippers Iridescent Dance Cake Cupcake Ring Decoration Toppers 12 on eBay!

new york cheesecake by smitten kitchen...yum, yum, yum I'm trying it tonight! And the way the recipe is written makes me feel close to its creator, like I have a personal cooking buddy cheering me on & making me confident even in the face of potential "oven wonkiness."

Photo 15 of 42: 1950s Swing Dance / Jazz Club / Birthday Swing into 60! | Catch My Party

Dance Recital Cake

If I marry a music man, this would be fun for him & we could have dancing couples around the bottom layer for me! ♥ Piano wedding cake!

Cream Cheese / Homemade cream cheese will make your bagels sing and your carrot cake dance on your taste buds.

after the cocktail ...Taco Bar for the late night snack 1h30 after cake. Hungry people off the dance floor!

Cake my husband made for my sister's 21st birthday! New take on the Barbie cake. This is "drunk girl cake" complete with crunk cup, messy hair, messy make-up, missing jewelry, a little "puke" just dancing the night away.

Irish Dance cake!

▶ Animated cookie cake made by Julia M Usher for the 2013 Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show. The theme of the show was ballet; hence, the dancing ballerina motif.

Pole dancing cake

How to Make a Baby "Groot" Sapling Cupcake (from Guardians of the Galaxy) - Cake Decorating Tutorial

Dance party cake

How to bake a cake with a name (or any other word) baked into it. - THIS COULD TOTALLY WORK FOR A WAY TO ANSWER TO A DANCE!