What if you could wear your wedding dress and eat it too? Think about the pros. First, you’d look like a snack! Second, you can actually save on budget by having a dress cum cake. Third, you don’t have to worry about spilling cake on your dress, when your dress is the cake! If you’re sold on the idea then Switzerland baker, Natasha Coline Kim Fah Lee Fokas is just the person for you to design your wedding dress cake.
Swiss Baker Creates World Record With Her Wedding Dress Made Of Cake
Switzerland baker, Natasha Coline Kim Fah Lee Fokas just entered the Guinness World record for creating the world’s largest wearable cake weighing a whopping 131.15 kg. Unveiled at the Swiss World Wedding fair, this is a white wedding dress which is made of cake. On the official Instagram handle of Guinness World Records, a model is seen wearing a beautiful white dress cake.
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The dress has wheels fitted at the bottom of the wedding dress. This helps the model to efficiently move around wearing the 131 kg edible cake dress. The wheels distribute the weight of the edible apparel equally. The top part of the white dress is curated using sugary fondant. And the lower part of the dress comprises an aluminium frame with metal bolts. The dress has small boards which look like a shelf. This is the portion where portions of the cake are placed.
This Cake Looks Beautiful!
Apart from flaunting the gorgeous wedding dress, the model later stands still so people at the fair can cut slices of the cake dress and devour it. While the cake has a white fondant on the exterior, it’s actually a mix of what looks like vanilla and chocolate flavours. Natasha, the Swiss baker actually runs her own bakery, ‘SweetyCakes’, which is known for custom cakes. This was her attempt to break the Guinness World Record, for which she had to create a wedding dress weighing a minimum of 68 kg.
Well, foodies, would like to wear a wedding dress made of cake on your special day? We don’t mind!
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