- Photos of a wedding cake have since gone viral on the internet
- In the photos currently trending online, the cake made in the shape of a car has a 5-tier cake sitting on it
- The baker shared photos from the wedding ceremony and it captured the joy on the couple's face
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When it comes to extravagant weddings, it appears there are no limits to what couples will do to have their perfect wedding and this time is no different.
Currently trending on social media are photos of a rather unique wedding cake that has got many people talking.
The cake which was made by Brazillian celebrity baker, Beca Milano, was built in the shape of a car.
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Milano shared photos of the ginormous immaculate white cake which also had another 5-tier cake on top of it, with white flowers and engravings all around the body of the cake.
The amazing work of the baker seemed to please the couple as one of the photos captured them wearing huge smiles as they posed inside the stunning piece of work.
The cake which has since gone viral online left so many people in awe and amazed.
Although questions about why anyone would want to sit inside a cake has come up, many people commended the beautiful work.
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Weddings are big events all over the world, but in Nigeria it is a more special occasion going by the amount of planning that goes into it.
Nigerian weddings are often interesting occasions and they can also be unforgettable considering the funny things that happen at some wedding parties.
Briefly.co.za came across the story of a young bride who got foam from a baker who was supposed to make her wedding cake.
According to the report, the bride had paid the sum of N50,000 for a wedding cake but the biggest layer of the cake turned out to be Styrofoam.
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