Just in time for prom season, a Dallas bakery gives the ultimate twist to one of proms oldest traditions: corsage.

Cakes topped with everything from scissors and well-placed blueberries to fondant sperm – have become a social media sensation as bakers across the United States promote images of baked goods decorated to celebrate the procedure.

Newly generated buzz was an Instagram post by Signature Desserts in Nolensville, Tennessee, which exhibited a butter cream frost cake with "100% JUICE NO SEEDS HAPPY VASECTOMY!" written on top. It was lemons with hand-painted on edible paper and cost the client who imagined it for her husband $ 30.

This 6-inch red velvet cake went viral. The company has since received inquiries for hysterectomy cakes as well.

"It's not every day that someone wants a humorous, angular cake," said Nate Clingman, who owns the business with his wife, Jillian, and makes 50 cakes a month. "It was blowing up very quickly and I was surprised."

A photograph of Nashville-based Signature Desserts vasectomy cake went viral. (Photo: Nate Clingman)

For small bakers giving cakes to offbeat apartments, a way to increase profits is as the traditional model of birthday-weddings-community-graduations becomes obsolete. Finding alternative apartments for drum business is very similar to the one that the greeting card industry has tried to do. Ca. 500,000 vasectomies are performed in the United States each year according to Journal of Urology.

"Cake is just a combination of eggs, flour, sugar and butter, but what you can do on (do) options," says Ashleigh Evans, Director of Operational Analysis for global restaurant consulting firm Aaron Allen & Associates. "If there is a Hallmark card for it, there may be a cake for it."

Signature Desserts co-owner and baker Nate Clingman decorates a cake for a customer in his Nolensville, Tennessee, home on Friday. (Photo: Shelley Mays, USA TODAY NETWORK)

Other vasectomy-themed cakes from bakers around the country include a copyright-infringing 3D Mr. Peanut with a bandage on his groin, messages like "Snip Snip Hooray" and "I have just retired the swim team" printed in frosting and anatomically correct male genitals with chocolate sprinklers serving as pubic hair.

Vasectomy cake Lynn Light was graphic; It had small testicles made of fondant, with a black bow in the middle of a meat-colored 8-inch chocolate cake.

"I certainly didn't know what to think in the first place," said Wicked Cakes owner in New Riegel, Ohio, recalling how she responded to her client's request. "I thought it was a great way to show your appreciation for what a partner is going through."

The $ 65 masterpiece was not the first time Light was invited to make an unusually themed dessert. She also made divorce cakes, cross cakes for 18-year-old boys birthdays and a large beer-bottle shaped cake for a bachelor party.

"There is absolutely a market for it," said Light. "People find different ways to find humor and celebrate some of the more awkward things in life."

Therefore, Whitney ordered Reinhart, 34, Fenton, Michigan, the cake for her husband Donnie, 40 years old. They have two sons – two years and five months – and finished with children, so she threw him what she called a "ball voyage" party in February and invited close to 30 people.

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"He was very nervous about it, and I thought," I must capitalize on it, "she said." He was nothing but smile and laughter, but he was so embarrassed. You could tell he was like, "Oh my God." He looked at me and said, "You must be fun," and I said, "No, happy vassectomy day." "


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