We've seen some extravagant wedding cakes over the years, including this castle and Kaley Cuoco's upside-down chandelier
We've seen some extravagant wedding cakes over the years, including this castle and Kaley Cuoco's upside-down chandelier. But when it comes to the most beautiful one we've ever seen, this dress-inspired design takes the cake (we had to). It was baked by Emma Jayne Cake Design and inspired by a couture gown by designer Mak Tumang.
Here's the real dress in all its gray and pink organza glory. It's stunning, to say the least, as well as super detailed, which is just another reason why Jayne's cake and icing version is so impressive.
Sadly, the wearable version no longer available, but at least there's a cake that looks almost identical to keep us satisfied. Seriously, the dessert version is the spitting image of the gown. But how did Emma Jayne do it? All we know is that she used a prototype of the innovative dragéekíss cake-decorating tool to make the most intricate details. The rest is a mystery.
It's no wonder Jayne's cake is the centerpiece at Cake International's competition in Alexandra Palace in London. Since it's known as the world's largest cake competition, that's quite a feat. This year's theme was "Wedding Gowns Through the Ages," and if we were the judges, we'd give Jayne a 10.
Here is Jayne and Tumang together in front of the cake dress. Clearly, both are satisfied with the final outcome. But we have to wonder who will get the honor of cutting into the skirt.