WIN Your Dream Wedding Cake from Choccywoccydoodah!!!

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Are you sitting down? You might want to before you read this one, because you are not going to beeeelive how amazing today’s competition is! How would you like to win your dream wedding cake? But not any dream – the weirdest, most fantastical, extreme dream you could ever possibly have?! Your wildest wedding day fantasies are about to come true and (in case you can’t tell) I am SO BLOODY EXCITED about it.

I first heard of Choccywoccydoodah when I was in university. A friend I’d made there was from Brighton, and one day we started talking about what we might do for our weddings. She told me that she had no real clue, except for the fact that she knew she had to have a Choccywoccydoodah cake. They were a small chocolate shop in the seaside town who were fast becoming known as the place that would do things that no other chocolatiers could even dream of. Quickly gaining a cult following for their unbelievable confectionery creations, there were nothing like the wedding cake powerhouse that they are today, but I was hooked instantly.

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From that moment on, I knew that if Gareth and I ever got married, I too wanted a Choccywoccydoodah cake. Unfortunately when we actually came around to getting hitched, we just couldn’t afford one. They are incredible, in fact THE most incredible wedding cakes in the world, but that kind of skill and creativity doesn’t come cheap. I thought my Choccywoccydoodah dreams were forever dashed. That’s until I became a wedding blogger and made it my mission to become friends with them! 

OK, enough fan-girling and gushing, let’s get on with what you could be winning. One very lucky couple will have a wedding cake from their own imagination created for them by Choccywoccydoodah. So to enter, we want you to come up with an idea for a mind-blowing wedding cake.

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This is not the time for subtly. In short, the most fantastical and ridiculous cake idea will probably win. The Choccywoccydoodah team are not the shy and retiring types (as you can probably imagine) and they are up for ANYTHING. In fact when discussing this competition they said,

“I think we should pick the most charming people who have the most interesting ideas and who aren’t afraid of showing it. We would design and make the cake to be a unique showstopper on a day full of show stopping ideas. It’s not about the price. Someone having a small wedding might have the best ideas, but if its a totally mahoosive affair with a GIANT cake we will go along with that too. We will utterly tailor make the cake to their day. It could be any size cake with any amount of work…we are up for ANYTHING. It could be simple or stupidly extravagant. We are I just looking for the best idea. Thats why it’s going to be freaking awesome!”

So as you can see, they are up for a challenge. Go WILD with your ideas and don’t you dare hold back! These are the people who’ve created cakes inspired by movies, food, unicorns, rainbows, robots and penises (yep). They handcraft solid chocolate in all colours of the rainbow and form it into skulls, animals, creepy dolls and religious icons. They’ve even made life sized human beings out of solid chocolate. Believe me when I say nothing is off limits!

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To enter, you need to follow both Choccywoccydoodah and Rock n Roll Bride on facebook. Then, simply come back here and in the comments below tell us what your idea is. You also need to include your wedding date and location in your comment. The idea that Choccywoccydoodah love the most will win the grand prize.

To qualify for this incredible contest you must be getting married in the UK during 2015 and must not have a cake already organised. You will be invited to their shop in Brighton for a consultation (and all-you-can-eat chocolate eating sesh!) so you must be able to get yourselves there. Travel costs are not included.

So what are you waiting for? Get your thinking caps on. I can’t wait to read about what you’ve come up with!

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THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED

Ts & Cs

♥ One winner will win the wedding cake from their imagination, created by Choccywoccydoodah.
♥ Closing date for entries is 14th December 2014. Winner will be chosen and emailed after that date.
♥ Contest open to all Rock n Roll Bride readers over the age of 18, based in the UK, who are getting married in 2015.
♥ Winners will be required to visit the Choccywoccydoodah shop in Brighton to have an in-person cake consultation. Travel costs are not included in the prize.
♥ Only 1 entry per IP address.
♥ If for any reason the advertised prizes are unavailable, Choccywoccydoodah reserves the right to substitute a similar prize of equivalent or greater value. None of the prizes may be exchanged or transferred and no cash alternative will be offered.
♥ By entering the draw, you hereby warrant that all information submitted by you is true, current and complete.
♥ Liability cannot be accepted for entries which are lost in transit or not received due to technical difficulties.
♥  Choccywoccydoodah’s decision and any decision taken by the promoter is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
♥ The winners will be contacted via their email address. Rock n Roll Bride/ Choccywoccydoodah will not amend contact information provided.
♥ No purchase necessary.

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235 comments

  1. Charlie Atkinson

    We are two Undertakers who are getting married at Stourhead Gardens in Wiltshire on Halloween, 31st October 2015. (Our choice of date was not deliberately spooky (!) but the only one where we could have the stunning Temple of Apollo and the Reception hall together!) To get to our wedding the guests walk through a grotto tunnel, full of candles, then up a hill to the temple with a view of the lake. There is no electricity in our venue so we are arming our guests with candles. We are going with a dark fairytale / enchanted forest theme and embracing Halloween – full of quirky DIY items (we’re on a budget!); silhouettes, painted pumpkins, a hot chocolate bar, sparklers, fires, marshmallows, outdoor pizza ovens, moss, candles floating in red apples, magic keys, gingerbread, cascading orange flowers… We would love our cake to look enchanted; like a haunted tree where the guests can eat the leaves and chocolate bark and branches, where bats and ravens perch, or with holes in which enchanted creatures or spirits hide! We’re having a tiny family wedding with our nearest and dearest, and we would love to create a little magical world on our big day for them and us. My fiancé is a beautiful quiet soul who I love so much. We would be over the moon to have such a special cake on our big day! Thank you. x

  2. Jen Parker

    Wow what an awesome opportunity!

    We are getting married Sat 5th September 2015 at the Hotel Bannatyne in Darlington.

    We are having a gothic style wedding, theme is skulls and roses. My wedding dress is black and i shall be holding long stem red roses.

    Cake! Colours of red, black and white. Gothic element with skulls and roses. Go mad and create a skeleton bride and groom holding hands! With full anatomical features!! Bride could wear a veil and hold roses and the groom can have a cane and a top hat!!! Will look the best cake ever!!!
    Jen xxx

  3. colette walsh

    What a great competition!!

    We’re getting married in Brighton on the 29th of May 2015. I’m colette and he’s Mark. We’re both teachers having a mexicana/ wes anderson styled wedding at the duke of yorks and bhasvic (sixth form centre). My cake dream would be a spiced sponge cake with mexican/ cinco de mayo theme with papel picado, edible paper flowers, jewelled mexican embroidery like otomi fabric.

    It would be amazing to have one of your fabulous cakes!

  4. Kerry

    We’re getting married in Wichelsea near Rye on June 20th next year and I have wanted a Choccywoccydoodah cake for so long. We wanted something that fits in with a nerdy love of both of ours; Batman. We wanted it to be quite subtle, so for example poison Ivy’s ivy going around the cake, to outline of bats at the top, joker playing cards and a little robin.

  5. Lisa McNiven

    Our Same-sex Wedding will be taking place at Millbrook Estate in North Devon on Bonfire Night 2015. We are having a few days away with Rachael’s son and our Parents – an intimate Wedding ceremony and a Wedding reception in Liverpool for family&friends when we get back home.

    Our Wedding cake idea is not based on things we love, but based on a memory…
    We met just over two years ago and on one of first dates there was heavy snowfall. We went to a fabulously camp bar that we both love for a few drinks (think disco balls and the all of the walls are even sprayed with mint green glitter paint!). Well, there wasn’t any sign of snow when we went into the bar, but when we came out (not pun intended!) we were met with a stunning vision of the city centre transformed with snow. it was still falling heavily. We walked a little to a main road and within minutes the people who had been around disappeared – everyone scrambling for taxi’s and heading to the nearest train stations worried about being stranded. We didn’t have a care in the world and we just stopped. Rach popped up an umbrella for us and we ended up standing under the umbrella smiling at each other and kissing. 45 whole minutes passed by under that umbrella that night on one of Liverpool city centre’s main roads…not another soul only the padding sound of snow landing on our umbrella. 45 minutes felt like two and it was bliss! The most romantic experience of my life – serene, carefree, blissfully happy and knowing we were falling in love with each other! Head swimmingly/fuzzy tummy gorgeous! Can you even get this in cake form?!

    Our idea is a snowglobe with us in our wedding dresses under that umbrella in the snow fall. Mint Green Glitter and Fireworks. I’m sure there are many other elements we would like to incorporate, but this is the basis 🙂

  6. shelley wood

    Oh wow what an amazing prize!! Very much looking forward to our wedding day 01/08/2015 Matlock, Derbyshire … I had assigned myself the task of making our wedding cake but ooh what a treat to have a choccywoccydoodah masterpiece!!!
    I have no idea yet what I’m going to make but it would have to en corporate our love of skulls, our deep purple and pewter grey colour scheme, hydrangeas, guitars, nightmare before christmas and love!! The mind boggles!!! But bold .. burlesque and gothic sound appealing!! Really like filigree pierced work at the moment too!!
    I was hoping to include a line which I’ve always said to my fiancé Phil of 8 years “can I keep you” <3

  7. Anita Heritage

    I’m getting married to the man of my dreams. He’s literally the guy I fell for from a picture and a few notes about himself. I really couldn’t believe such a petect guy for me could really exist. When I read about him he seemed like my perfect match and I’m just so amazingly lucky he felt the same about me when we met. At 33 I was well past believing in a fairy tale ending for me. It seems like I’ve been proved wrong. It was certainly worth going through the hard stuff in my life and kissing a few frogs to make me who I now. It’s these difficult experiences that connect us and make us so caring of each other. Dr, DJ, amazing dance partner, best friend and prince – what more could a girl ever desire. I know I am truly lucky.
    We get married in June, at St Paul Crypt, London.
    My partner puts on Choccywoccydoodah as a surprise for me keeping me happy whilst he goes off puts his headset on and creates his music.
    We both love the shop. I remember when it first opened, I would visit the webpage and look at the cakes and chocolates ever so often and day dream at work :). It’s crazy how big it’s grown. It’s a true inspiration.
    Ok, so what would we love: if dreams really do could come true….
    A huge old rustic book, magical looking…open paged…
    Bursting out of the book could come our story: perhaps a magical chinese dragon, (symbolising my partners Chinese family heritage and culture, he also proposed to me when we visited his family for the first time in Hong Kong this year), other symbols of our story together: orchids, perhaps the dragon could guards an impossible 3D knot puzzle, double happy chinese wedding symbol, music lyrics, a big fire ball / sun (Matt produced a track especially for me called Private Sunshine last year, this is is when I realised how much I meant to him). A waterfall and small pools of water like the village stream where he proposed to me. A special place which holds strong memories for all his family, where his nan cleaned and washed the children, where his dad played with his brothers. Matt played and spent time talking to his late brother there. It’s also where on our first day his uncle took us and we found a massive fish (which he failed to catch by hand to much amusement). I love terrapins and bizarly we found a big terrapin which they have never seen native before there. I held it and talked to him before he screeched and scooted off down a rock. Little monkeys which live wild on the village hill side. A tiger to symbolise an old family story of one that visited the village years ago. A samari – Matts ancestor was a famous samari, Japanese samari famously came to fight him and all lost. The Chinese symbols for all of his three brothers names (strong mountain, lucky mountain and brave mountain). One morning Matt asked to go for a walk to the stream, we stood on the bridge and as if from nowhere magically a stalk appeared, Matt got down, proposed and strangly disappeared just within seconds of me saying yes. Amazingly these beautiful butterflies flew around us as we both we hugged.
    The cake itself and chocolate would symbolise how I always baked cakes for Matt when we met and made him chocolates desperately hoping to win his love. My first gift from him after a month was an amazing unique cake recipe book – he really had got to know the true me. I was so pleased that he embraced (and now I realise matches) my crazy side!
    I know it’s a big ask but I would love your special help to incorporate a symbol for my dad who I lost quite young. I know your creative expertise would make something fitting and put into a design, something which would be hard for me to say on the day. It would mean a lot to us both to incorporate both of them in such an amazing way into our day, celebrating the next happy chapter of our love story together x

  8. Laura Ellen

    What a fantastic competition from two of my websites to fawn over! Thanks guys 🙂

    My fiancé and I are getting married in Gravesend, Kent on 26th June 2015 which is the 7th anniversary of when we met, as well as the 87th wedding anniversary of my great-grandparents whom I sadly never met. When he proposed to me I’d just finished work and he’d texted me saying I didn’t have enough time to get a McFlurry as was my usual Saturday after work pick-me-up – so I was a bit disappointed! Five minutes later, we were in a park by the tree we’d always met at and sat by near the river as friends and then as a couple. I was in my work uniform, the sky was threatening to rain and it was windy and freezing…but I was so happy and of course said yes!

    Our wedding day is going to have a lot of tradition, but we are keen to give it our own twist! Our theme is modern vintage – (think red lipstick, 1950s/1960s cars and beautiful dresses) – with owls! I have been obsessed with owls since reading Harry Potter when I was 9 and our house is full of owl things. Therefore, it’s natural for us to include owls in our big day too!

    After seeing this competition, my fiancé said “What about the owl and the pussycat?” The owl and the pussycat is one of my favourite poems and we both think it would be an amazing theme for a cake.

    The main part of the cake itself would be white and the owl would be blue with a little bow tie to go with our theme. The cat would be in the colours of our beautiful cat Cassie so that it feels like she is almost there on our big day. Instead of a pea-green boat they would be in a pea-green amphibious Land Rover (I love Land Rovers – my Dad and I are both Land Rover enthusiasts and we enjoy attending the Land Rover London to Brighton run!) The “Bong-tree” would be a crazy looking tree in the shape of the tree my fiancé proposed to me next to – only it would be full of mini versions of some of the things we love. We’re thinking unicorns, Spongebob, Hello Kitty, gothic fairies, a tardis, converses, minions, Sailor Moon, cheese, metal albums etc. We are both self confessed computer geeks (he is a software programmer and I’m a software QA specialist), so the tree would have the binary code for “love” hanging in it (01101100 01101111 01110110 01100101 by the way!) A zebra print pig with wings would be flying over the top of the bong tree with a ring in its nose. Next to the bong tree would be a hill with beautiful yellow and blue roses and long grass with an anime turkey at the top of it doing the peace sign. There would be steps from the top of the hill to the bottom of the cake where there would be a moonlit beach for the owl would be dancing with the pussycat, who would be twirling in a 1950s style dress.

    We would love to have a Choccywoccydoodah cake and have only been able to dream of having one before, so we are keeping everything crossed! 🙂 x

  9. Louise Butland

    Wow, amazing competition!! Choccywoccydoodah cakes are incredible and it would be amazing to have a bespoke cake made for us!!
    We are getting married on 26th September 2015 in Reading, in a quirky hotel venue that has a vintage style but also has big wooden elephants …! It is perfect for us as we went to Thailand together and rode Elephants and also have a huge love for all things vintage!
    Paul proposed at the top of the Eiffel Tower, sooooo, our dream cake would incorporate all of these things! It would be a quirky and amazingly colourful cake, with a lot of meaning!! An Eiffel Tower cake…with Elephants, and lots of roses (my ring is a Rose!) and vintage pastel colours mixed with red!! (Maybe some teacups too… Love teacups!!) It would be AMAZING!

    We would love a fabulous statement cake to make our day complete! Good luck everyone!

  10. Aimeelou69@hotmail.com

    What a fabulous competition! My boyfriend and I are getting married on September 5th 2015 in Portsmouth. Our wedding is taking place at a free church and birthplace of a shoemaker called John Pounds. Our reception is being held at the Groundlings theatre which is the most haunted and one of the oldest buildings in Portsmouth. It has umbrellas hanging from the ceiling as it is birthplace to the inventor of the umbrellas and in the main room, clouds and mini lights as well as a stage. Downstairs there are thrones, as well as dressed mannequins. Our wedding theme is ‘Get Your Rocks Off’ which is like a meeting of fashion meets music, and basically it sums us up. I’m a former recovering lingerie designer turned papercut artist and dan is a former recovering rock and roll hipster- always been-a-
    postman who looks like a cross from serge in Kasabian and Neil Morrisey. Our invitations are going to be hearts made from velvet paper and we have a dress code for the reception at the theatre which is basically like a British Great Gatsby so lots of dapper, bow ties, florals,sequins, beading, metallics, velvets, with every era of style chucked in. We are having a burlesque dancer and a firebreather and we are considering learning the Charleston for our dance. We love that our venues represent our Portsmouth heritage, and maintain the things we love-shoes, drama, clothes haha but each other and our two litre boys mainly 😀 Before we had each other we were both party animals so we have to give a good party too and a Choccywoccydoodah cake would like be the cherry on top! X

  11. Kirsty Rawlinson

    We are getting married at the Downe arms in Wykeham on August 30th and we would LOVE you to make our cake! We’re both huge cat lovers so I think it would be great to have something crazily over the top cat wise like cats riding cats or a cake just entirely covered in cat faces? I’m sure you guys could run wild with the idea and make something better than we could possibly imagine though!

  12. I am entering on behalf of a special couple (they don’t know I am a busy bee…) I know they will wed once 2014 xmas and New Year starts (within 2015).
    It will be a wonderful and very memorable day as this wedding will be held in unique grounds ( not at liberty to say ).
    They appreciate unique and thoughtful style. The ‘Mrs’ admires Channel, Paris, vintage, lace, and little luxury whilst the ‘Mr’ loves cycling , fitness, outdoors.
    I see a silver mountain (swirling up)adorned in white chocolate pearls and white chocolate lace trailing all the way up. The groom is climbing the cake whilst the ‘Mrs is waiting at the top in her dress…ready to say I do. White horses walk all the up and around the silver mountain.

  13. Gemma Boyce

    My boyfriend and I are getting married on 11th May in Shapwick Somerset, we are having an Apperley ever after theme, we would love a cake in the shape of an apple tree with real caramel apples mmm. We will only have 13 guests. Thank you, fingers crossed x

  14. Clare Rawlings

    My fiancé Paul and I are getting married on 19th September 2015. Paul proposed in Tokyo while we were visiting for the third time in 2012 as Japan is dear to both our hearts.
    We would love a Japanese themed cake, with us both depicted as Manga characters and lots of modern and traditional Japanese culture icons on it too.
    We also both have a particular love of all things chocolatey 🙂

  15. Claire

    Me and my fiancé are getting married on 1st august 2015 at Headlam Hall in County Durham. We havent got an exact design we would like and would let them design something amazing for us. We are having a 50’s vintage wedding, rockabilly band similar to the baseballs and would love a cake designed around old school tattoos like swallows with hearts and maybe even some vintage pin up girls etc.

  16. Chris and I are getting married on 31/10/15 and holding the reception at the silk mill in Frome. We are fans of your work and how you are able to create mind blowing cakes that are master pieces as well as delicious,in particular the Darren brown devil silhouette cake.

    Chris is designing our own Loteria cards as our save the dates.We plan on decorating the reception room with deer and cow skulls, with autumnal colored flowers such as roses, peonies and poppies in fig, blush and berry tones. There will also be the Mexican feel with papel picado in white with typical poncho blankets to wrap up in as well. There will be carved pumpkins painted white with gold detailing also white feathers dipped in gold to embellish the room.

    We would love a cow skull wedding cake, with carvings of our names on the front of the skull with lace detailing and pearls surrounded by wild flowers dusted in gold engulfing the cake with feathers and mini gold pumpkins.

    Thank you for giving us this exciting opportunity to be a part of our day.

  17. Luccinda edmonds

    me and my fiancé plan on getting married on 1st July 2016 at Kingston country courtyard. Me and Ryan got engaged at sea world in Florida so wanted to incorporate shamu the wale into our cake by making it a magical underwater feature with turtles, Dolphins and penguins but we have our hearts set on the main part being a killer whale. Thankyou. I’m keeping my fingers crossed 🙂

  18. I’m so excited about this competition the fact that a concept I have could come to life and on the most special day!!! We’re having a hand fasting ceremony (think Braveheart) on 2/8/15 at The Hermitage, Dunkeld, Perthshire with approx 45 guests. Now think an enchanted, magical forest where anything is possible including a dry day in Scotland hopefully as we are marrying outside under a canopy of trees!! So the cake…my idea is that we reproduce the Hermitage site incorporating the 4 elements of air, earth, water and fire each represented as a staggered tier.
    Bottom tier – Air (think wind blowing in the trees with leaves on the ground)
    2nd tier – Earth (stone arched bridge covered in moss, ivy, wild flowers)
    3rd tier – Water (the waterfall but with the water running upwards as Ossian’s hall of mirrors used to provide this optical illusion)
    4th tier – Fire (Ossian’s hall of mirrors, think Hagrid’s hut but with the deep red walls on the inside looking like flames).
    A work in progress but could look amazing!!! If you have a look at the venue online you’ll see 🙂

  19. Hannah Richardson

    We are getting married on the 30th May 2015 at the Eastwell Boat House, Ashford, Kent with our reception at the Shepheard Neame Brewery in Faversham.

    We both have very varied hobbies… He’s sporty (triathlons, marathons, ultra running), I’m very geeky (sci-fi, physics, astronomy) !

    The boathouse is a small country hunting lodge so it’s going to be themed as a ‘Very British Wedding’ with a vintage feel… but with a twist. I’m going to add my touch of unusual quirkiness to it. We’re hiding hints of our interests, hobbies and loves EVERYWHERE, some really obviously and some subtlety. We want to make our friends and family laugh as we will hide in jokes for them too 🙂 We’re keeping a lot if it secret so our guests won’t know until the day… But we’d love a cake to fit the theme of ‘You don’t notice until you look closer’!

    A beautiful, large cake decorated with almost chintzy style vintage flowers (think china tea cup), but with crazy things we love hidden everywhere around in them… The closer you look… The more you spot!

    We want our guests to say ‘oh that’s a very pretty cake… Oh hang on… Is that a dinosaur?’

    A quick list of our random loves that can be hidden in the cake (there can be soooo much more!):

    Astronomy & space, space shuttle, sci-fi (alien, predator, Star Trek ect) DINOSAURS! Physics (LHC, and if you could hide Prof.Brian Cox in there somewhere, that would be AMAZING! :D) Books (hitch hikers guide, Jurassic park) Classic Mini’s, MOORHENS! Triathlon, triathlon-bike, Iron Man medal, trail running, running shoes, Ale, Wine, CURRY! chillies (perhaps some chilli chocolate?), port, cheese, Shepherd Neame brewery.

    Thank you!

  20. Katie & Dave

    Our first ever visit to Choccywoccydoodah was last week in London. There was a glowing ora of amazingness that drew us in. We walked around with our mouths open (slightly drooling). As lovers of art and design it was so lovely to see such creativity and uniqueness in the cakes and chocolate. Having seen the “till death do us part” cake on Pinterest, it was pinned but we never imagined something like this to even be posable for ourselves.

    After seeing the competition we jumped around a little to house of pain with a rum in one hand and a sketch pad in the other. We considered all the things in life that we are passionate about, these include: Adventures/Travelling, Extreme sports (Snowboarding/ Mountain Biking), Mountains, Snow, Most things Pirate related, Rum and Creativity/Art this was the outcome:

    Imagine a snowy winter storm with turquoise sea’s upon the waves of these seas lies “THE ADVENTURER” this is our pirate ship on which we sails the seven seas (Skull and Crossbones detailing upon the ship, “arrrr! so it is”). Sailing towards the Snowy alpine Peaks (Mountains), On the shore at the foot of the mountains lies our pirate booty… a treasure chest full of diamonds and pearls (and maybe our secret stash of rum!)

    Our wedding is going to be a laid back affair with plenty of bright colours. We don’t have a colour scheme as such but there’ll be a lot of mint greens and vibrant turquoise, yellows and oranges, so the cake can be as bright as you like! Something like this would be an AMAZING centrepiece to set off the celebrations for our special day! The date is the 20th June 2015 at the Snake Pass Inn (Derbyshire, Peak District).

    If we are so lucky to be successful we would look forward to the road-trip down to Brighton to see your shop and the creative process that goes into your chocolatey works of art… bring on the next adventure!

    Thank you for taking the time to read about our ideas and wedding we look forward to seeing what you create in the near future.

    Kindest,
    Katie and Dave

  21. Kat

    Wow… Ok so, my idea for a cake would be… A huge Bowsers castle from super Mario, complete with a princess peach (me) locked up behind bars in it! With a real moat of chocolate flowing round it, all the characters from super Mario dotted around including donkey kong, toad, yoshi, luigi and Mario (my boy) trying to rescue princess peach. We could incorporate the clouds the bricks, little bombs and some extra mushrooms and stars to make it awesome, and it could have mini oil burners with real fire around them to toast marshmallows on, It would be epic! Wedding is on 7th August 2015 in Reading, Berkshire

  22. Katie and Dave

    Our first ever visit to Choccywoccydoodah was last week in London. There was a glowing ora of amazingness that drew us in. We walked around with our mouths open (slightly drooling). As lovers of art and design it was so lovely to see such creativity and uniqueness in the cakes and chocolate. Having seen the “till death do us part” cake on Pinterest, it was pinned but we never imagined something like this to even be posable for ourselves.

    After seeing the competition we jumped around a little to house of pain with a rum in one hand and a sketch pad in the other. We considered all the things in life that we are passionate about, these include: Adventures/Travelling, Extreme sports (Snowboarding/ Mountain Biking), Mountains, Snow, Most things Pirate related, Rum and Creativity/Art this was the outcome:

    Imagine a snowy winter storm with turquoise sea’s upon the waves of these seas lies “THE ADVENTURER” this is our pirate ship on which we sails the seven seas (Skull and Crossbones detailing upon the ship, “arrrr! so it is”). Sailing towards the Snowy alpine Peaks (Mountains), On the shore at the foot of the mountains lies our pirate booty… a treasure chest full of diamonds and pearls (and maybe our secret stash of rum!)

    Our wedding is going to be a laid back affair with plenty of bright colours. We don’t have a colour scheme as such but there’ll be a lot of mint greens and vibrant turquoise, yellows and oranges, so the cake can be as bright as you like! Something like this would be an AMAZING centrepiece to set off the celebrations for our special day! The date is the 20th June 2015 at the Snake Pass Inn (Derbyshire, Peak District).

    If we are so lucky to be successful we would look forward to the road-trip down to Brighton to see your shop and the creative process that goes into your chocolatey works of art… bring on the next adventure!

    Thank you for taking the time to read about our ideas and wedding we look forward to seeing what you create in the near future.

    Kindest,
    Katie & Dave

  23. Tracey Cheek

    Our daughter Beth and fiancé Kev are getting married Dec 6th 2015 their dream is a cake made by you ! they are a young couple who are paying for their wedding themselves so are saving really hard. Due to poor health Beth has had to stop work and we have offered to get their cake. Choccywoccydoodah are the best cakes ever and to be able to get them a cake made by you would be a dream come true for us all. Beth loves everything retro, mystical and is a massive Alice in wonderland fan also really likes reading and vampires and history. Kev just really,really likes chocolate and plays guitar ( really well ). He also likes history. Beauty and the Beast is another big favourite .I hope its ok for me to do this for them as we so want their day to be perfect in everyway. Thank you xx

  24. Louise

    *Sorry if this is a duplicate post, my original one isn’t showing 🙁 *

    We are getting married on September 12th 2015 at the House Meadow in Kent. We’re planning a game of thrones themed wedding with tipis, bumper cars and our beloved pugs, Arya and Ari will of course be there!

    We’d like our cake to be game of thronesy and a “centrepiece” for our dessert table. None of the gore or nasty stuff excluded. We were thinking along the lines of a winterfell castle as the main body of the cake, with cake pop heads on spikes along the walls maybe and various other GoT elements to decorate the rest of it. Better still, a Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister cake would be perfect- he’s incredible.

  25. sarah robinson

    my fiance, Mark and i were childhood sweethearts. we met in sept 1988. we were together for two years, when Mark , following family tradition, joi ed the army. being 16, we agreed to move on and live our lives . ten years later he finished his army career and came looking for me…….i was married with a six month old son. My marriage ended last year, Mark and i found each other again. We are getting married in sept 2015. 27 years to the day we met. We have a rock band booked. With a skull and roses theme. We would love to win a skull and roses cake. For our rock style wedding.

  26. Alberta

    We’re getting married in Pembrokeshire in March 2015 – no theme as we’re just going with things we like; so far turning out a bit multicoloured / spanish / vintage / disco – dream cake would be 2 cakes! a pinata mermaid & and something with 2 Androids (mobile) on it.

    Failing this we may buy 100’s of battenburgs and create something akin to Jenga. in cake 🙂

  27. Victoria Adams-Salmon

    So…as a couple we are into: motorcycles, the rocky horror picture show ( that’s how we met), 80s action/scifi/fantasy films. Rock-a-billy music mixed with punk, hair metal, Musicals and comedy tunes with wide music and movie collections to reflect our tastes. Clive is a theatrical prop maker and I’m a building surveyor. We have massive toy collections, transformers and sylvanian families mostly as we are two big kids! We live at the seaside and Clive proposed to me in front of mickey mouse in Euro Disney. We love dressing up, performing in panto and i do the odd spot of burlesque dancing. Oh and we have a real coffin in our hallway. We are designing a wedding that takes all of this into account as our theme and would love a cake that does the same! Our wedding is going to be on 11th September Next Year. Xx

  28. Dilys Hartley

    My Mum and Dad will be renewing their wedding vows on their 28th year of being married this Summer, to coincide with the Summer Solstice over 20th-21st June 2015. The day will be set in a local field in Hertfordshire, where music, dancing, fire shows, camping and festivities will fill the summers day!
    I would love to win this cake for them as I spend a silly amount of my time google-ing and ogling over Choccywoccydoodah cakes and can’t make a trip to Brighton without a visit!
    SO for the cake, my idea is to fit in with the rural surroundings and represent the Summer Solstice. I would love a cake of a woodland forest theme, which towers high with a bark like texture to the surface of the cake, covered with shaded green oak leaves (as the symbol of summer solstice), the cake would be entwined with different sizes and shapes of toad stalls, and have ladybirds and bright yellow butterflies crawling and resting all over. The cake would be topped with a two fairies to represent my mum and dad and would have a large sun out of one side at the top, shining down upon the rest of the cake.
    The thought of this cake is already making me drool and I think it would be absolutely fabulous!
    PLEASE LOVE IT
    Dil x

  29. Hari Miller

    Wedding:
    my sister, Abigail is marrying her fiancé Matt.
    When:
    5 September
    Where:
    reception is at Horsebridge Station, Hampshire
    Abigail is a nurse and therefore she’s going to have to make pretty much everything for her wedding to save cost, including her own cake. So I would love for her to have this as a special gift – she would be overjoyed.
    Theme:
    I would love the cake to be a glorious mix of the things they both love. The wedding party will be dressed in 50s style netted skirts for girls, and tweed and bow ties for boys. Abigail loves gin (the tables will be set with flowers in old gin bottles), Matt loves an artisan pie and cheese. Abigail also loves rainbows of colours.
    The idea:
    So I love the idea of a cake that looks like a massive round of cheese as one tier, a kind of large pork pie cake as the next tier stood directly on the cheese, with a bottle of gin cake on top of that. If there could be some way to incorporate bright flowers (she loves sunflowers) or a rainbow cascade. If the cheese could have a rind stamp with their names and wedding date too.
    *fingers crossed*

  30. Alaina

    My fiancé,George, and I have been together almost 11 years. George finally popped the question on our 10years of being together and we have booked our big day for 23/05/2015. We live in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, and have chosen venues local to us as the forest is a big part of lives having both grown up and lived here.
    We have everything sorted except for the cake. We have not really thought about what we would like but kind of thought it would be simple and elegant- being on a budget. However if we were to win we would love the cake to represent us and our 11 year journey together so far, encorporating special memories we have shared.

  31. Rachael Miles

    We are having a vintage, birdcage themed wedding on Saturday 27th June 2015 at Reach Court Farm in the gorgeous village of St.Margaret’s on the Kent coast. Our dream cake would incorporate our birdcage/pearls/teacups wedding theme twinned with our post-wedding zombie photoshoot. We would also like to include lyrics from our first dance song (Ed Sheeran Evergreen) “Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars” (or very similar if there is a copyright issue). We would be very excited to see the combination of these polar opposite themes brought together. Thank you.

  32. Okay, I shouldn’t even really bother entering – I’m massively uncreative hence choccywoccydodah would be so so awesome! We’d want something that reflects us, and what we do! Photographer, and Physiotherapist – With the biggest love in the world for our doggy, Penny! Oh my god we could have a huge golden retriever cake! That’d be incredible <3

    We're getting married at South Farm, Royston/Hertfordshire

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