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Superman Wedding Cake Topper with Mermaid

Our client was interested in creating a custom wedding cake topper for her son and future daughter-in-law.  She knew that he always fancied himself as a bit of a Superman and was quite sure that she wanted to have him displayed in Superman’s costume on the cake topper.  The tricky part was incorporating her daughter-in-laws love of swimming in the piece.  This is where custom wedding cake toppers can really save the day!

Using images we found from the most recent installment of the Superman movie franchise and images of mermaids , we created this spot on, personalized wedding cake topper.  We even incorporated the bride’s alma matter colors into her dark blue tail and white bikini top.  Check out our standard superhero wedding cake toppers here.


Star Wars Rey and Deadpool wedding cake topper

Our client was interested in combining her love of Star Wars episode VII and his love of Deadpool.  So, we created this adorable customized wedding cake topper that shows them both.  The customer provides a few sketches of the poses she liked as well as images that showed Daisy Ridley as Rey and Ryan Reynolds in his Deadpool costume.  We also used images from the comic book and movie stills we found online from Star Wars.

We can create any custom wedding cake topper you can imagine.  We have several standard star wars wedding cake toppers that can be customized to look like you.  We also feature several superhero wedding cake topper styles that can be personalized to show your true identity.


  • 2 cups frozen spinach
  • 1 cup frozen kale
  • 1 cup sweet potato
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons cacao powder
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 4 teaspoons cod liver oil
  • 1 large banana
  • 2 cups almond milk
  • water to cover majority of ingredients
  • 2 cups frozen spinach
  • 1 cup frozen kale
  • 1/2 cup frozen sweet potato
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 cup frozen coconut
  • 1 teaspoon coconut extract
  • 2 heaping tablespoons almond butter
  • honey to taste (I squeeze for 30 seconds)
  • 2 tablespoons cacao powder
  • 2 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 4 teaspoons cod liver oil (1 for each of us)
  • 4 teaspoons collagen peptides
  • 2 cups almond milk
  • Fill the rest of the container with water until the ingredients are mostly covered



About 8 months ago I decided to buy a Vitamix on a whim and try my hand at smoothie making.  Making smoothies has been amazing for my family and I for lots of reasons.

  1. No more breakfast – we each get a smoothie every morning
  2. No more worrying about whether the kids are getting their fruits and veggies daily
  3. Boosted immunity – we went a whole winter season with a preschooler and a 1st grader with no major colds and no flu
  4. Better Vitamin D levels
  5. Less joint pain

One thing that has made smoothies fun and easy for our family is buying everything frozen.  The only fruit/veggie ingredient that I don’t keep frozen is the bananas which we always make sure to have on the counter.  You really can’t make a decent smoothie without a banana so don’t even bother.  Sweet potato makes a decent substitute but really, its that banana that will give your smoothie a creamy texture.


I keep spinach, kale and frozen sweet potato on the left.  I haven’t found a great source of frozen sweet potatoes so I boil mine, chop them and then freeze them on a cookie sheet overnight before storing in a Ziploc.  The fruits I typically have on hand are blueberries, pineapple, strawberries, coconut and sometimes mango.

In the pantry, I keep chia seeds, cacao powder, organic raw honey, some sort of a whey protein and collagen peptides.  I like to keep my honey in a squeeze bottle which is a lot neater than dealing with a sticky spoon.



Additionally, I like to have some sort of almond milk, organic unsalted almond butter, peanut butter and I refrigerate my cod liver oil.  I buy the oil, cacao, protein and collagen at Amazon.


For all my Star Wars fans out there, I bring you this customized Princess Leia and Darth Vader wedding cake topper.  We also feature a Han Solo groom figurine that you can use if your groom is more of a light side type of guy.

We started making customized NFL foot wedding cake toppers in 2003.  Since then, we have created thousands of personalized version of the theme for tons of football fans all over the US.  We specialize in customizing the jersey to be home or away with your name and number on the back to represent your wedding date.  They make a great personalized wedding accessory for football fans that love their teams – even if they don’t root for the same one!


Custom Batman Wedding Cake Toppers


Personalized Batman Wedding Cake Toppers

Looking for custom Batman wedding cake toppers?  Great!  You’ve found us.  BobbleGram will sculpt your wedding cake topper custom to look like the bride and groom.  Customize the clothing colors as well.


Same Sex Wedding Cake Toppers

Check out this custom wedding cake topper sculpted for a same sex couple.  Our same sex wedding cake toppers are personalized to look like you.


Captain America Wedding Cake Toppers


Custom sculpted Captain America Wedding Cake Toppers

Just wanted to share with you some new Captain America Wedding Cake Topper designs we just made.  Enjoy!