jennifer murphy

now that my work and travel schedule are slowing down a tiny bit i finally have time to work on wedding planning a bit more. we’re working with erin and nicole from bird & banner for our invitations (hooray!) and erin sent over a link to these lovely cake toppers from jennifer murphy. they’re probably not new to most etsy shoppers but i loved them too much to not post. those rabbits are so, so cute. click here to check out jennifer’s full collection.

[ps: jennifer did a great how-to on martha stewart with her toppers, posted here on once wed!]


  1. Erin says:

    I actually got my cake topper from etsy, but since my husband to be is in technology we got this one

  2. LKC says:

    I usually love your entries. However, to quote another commenter on another blog – where you go (with these cake toppers) I cannot follow.

  3. kati says:

    these are so awesome! i had never heard about jennifer until this post. totally bookmarked!

  4. Stacey says:

    I love these cake toppers, they would even be cute for an anniversary party, if you’ve already gotten married and missed out on the cuteness.

  5. Nancy says:

    The cake toppers are absolutely adorable, I wish I would have heard of Jennifer before I had my wedding.

  6. m says:

    these are fantastic! here is another etsy seller with some cute (and more affordable) cake toppers:

  7. Kristan says:

    Love the bottom two (chicks and bunnies)!

  8. marquel says:

    very cute! i used more life-like toppers for my wedding from they were a big hit!

  9. Wow, if you are having Bird&Banner for your invites and Jennifer Murphy for your cake topers, i´m sure your wedding is going to be the cutest and most stylish ever! :)


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