How to Train Your Dragon Cake

If you’ve never seen How to Train Your Dragon, rent it today. It’s a fantastic movie that we fell in love with, when making this fun, How to Train Your Dragon Birthday Cake.

toothless birthday cake

Toothless and Viking Birthday Girl

We don’t want to give any of this movie away… suffice it to day, there’s an amazing dragon, Toothless, and a young Viking. It’s a coming of age story. It’s a story of finding yourself, of true conviction, overcoming fears. It’s also… an awesome theme for a birthday cake.

There’s a scene in the movie where our young viking and Toothless, a Night Fury dragon, start to communicate. This scene serves as the inspiration for the cake.

In the beautiful shallow glade, our young Viking birthday girl sits with Toothless (and her cat of course). Our birthday girl draws as Toothless watches. Toothless, using a broken fondant tree, has already drawn Happy Birthday.

The cake features the beautiful rock and landscaping of the glade. Yeni hand created the figurines, adding specific details relevant to both the movie and our Birthday Girl.

Yeni working on the figurines

Yeni working on the figurines

Getting closer...

Getting closer…

Toothless, Viking, and a Cat

Toothless, Viking, and a Cat

On the rear of the cake, Toothless has written Happy Birthday. A rock formation forms the number 10.

Full How To Train Your Dragon Cake

Rear/Side View of Cake

Number 10

Number 10

Toothless has an injured tail

Toothless has an injured tail

Front View of Train Your Dragon Cake

Front View of Birthday Cake

Side view of Toothless Cake

Side view of Cake

Detail of Birthday Girl and Toothless

Detail of Birthday Girl and Toothless

At Dream Day Cakes, we love celebrating birthdays. This How to Train Your Dragon birthday cake featured edible fondant figurines (like Toothless), fondant landscaping, and more. We work with our customers to bring out important details (such as a favorite scene) to help make celebrations special. After all, every celebration deserves Dream Day Cakes.

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