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You have to see this gorgeous graduation cake that celebrates Black Girl Magic

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Graduation season showcases the best in academia and this year, it’s inspiring next level creativity on social media.

Bryia Danielle, owner of Danielle’s Delectable Delights in Copperas Cove, Texas, has gone viral for a delicious “Black girl magic” confection that pays homage to the Black women snagging diplomas.

Her cake features a brown woman with natural tresses that sit underneath a graduation cap and gold hoops. Aside from the powerful image of Black girl excellence, what makes this cake truly special is the textured hair sprinkled in gold.

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The Prairie View A&M University graduate also creates other confections that affirm loyalty and excellence from women of color, like this golden crown cake.

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Aside from stunning graduation cakes, Bryia serves up cupcakes and layered cakes for birthdays and special occasions. As of now, she operates her bakery from home, though has plans to possibly open a storefront in the future.

Related article: “Black Girls Graduate” co-founder on why championing and celebrating amazing black women became her mission

Check out more of Danielle’s work on her Instagram, and support her business page on Facebook.

This article originally appeared on Essence.com

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