“6 years of pranks… It was bound to bite me (No pun intended) in the ass eventually,” she wrote on Instagram, hashtagging the candid moment with her co-stars and crew with “#caked,” “#lastday” and “#finalscene.”
“On my last day… I got caked,” Dobrev captioned her first photo, as she began to tell the story of her final day on the Vampire Diaries set.
“And I liked it,” she continued.
This video documented the exact moment Dobrev was “caked.”
But she wasn’t about to go down without getting everyone else – from her co-stars to the crew – involved! Can’t you just feel the love?!
“I just got ‘Carrie-d’. And I couldn’t have asked for a better way to go…,” Dobrev wrote, as we see showrunner Julie Plec giving her star her due.
“But I didn’t go out without putting up a fight,” Dobrev wrote, caking her ex-boyfriend/co-star Ian Somerhalder too.
The fans won’t be the only ones who’ll be missing Dobrev on the small screen. “Surrounded by my nearest and dearest,” she wrote next to an image of her closest Vampire Diaries pals. “Covered in cake. #blessed #grateful.”
ET recently caught up with the stars of the Vampire Diaries at The CW’s Upfronts presentation as they looked ahead to a seventh season without Elena.
“Our hope for the show is to go back to what originally made people fall in love with the show,” Somerhalder told ET. "The dark, the sexy, volatile, the unpredictable -- these are all things that we look to encompass that was sort of enveloped in this season of the show.”
Press play to find out what Candice Accola and Paul Wesley had to say about the future holds for The Vampire Diaries.