- Photos of an upside-down hanging cake have got many talking online as people praised its beauty and the efforts of the baker
- Many social media users wondered what is holding the cake from falling off, saying they would like to have the same
- One of the shared pictures showed the owners of the cake, a lovely couple, cutting it at their wedding ceremony
Cakes go a long way at weddings. No wonder they are always some of the important things couples settle first during marriage planning.
While creative bakers keep pushing the boundary in coming with designs, only a few could arguably match the one that recently surfaced online on Tuesday, September 29.
A Twitter user with the handle @athabrahamss shared photos of an upside-down hanging cake her mother baked.
She said she is obsessed with the beauty of the cake. In the pictures she shared, the piece could be seen being held by a slightly parabola decorated pole.
It is such a wonder to behold. The first question that comes to one's mind is how come the cake is not falling off and what exactly could be holding its fragile structure in place?
See photos below:
In response to people asking how the wedding cake was cut at the wedding ceremony, @athabrahamas shared another photo showing a couple with a knife slicing through it.
The tweet has generated so many reactions online with many praising the effort that went into the baking. Below are some of them:
Wow this is beautiful... But is the groom supporting it with his hand??!! Or it's just me
So beautiful! But my mother, “upside down cake? So your marriage would be upside down? From large to small?” You won’t hear the end of it
It’s beautiful but this cake is stressing me out. It’s anxiety Kyotonite. I’d be starring at it all night waiting for it to fall
Just scrolled through her Instagram and noticed she is the same lady that did my friends wedding cake earlier this year, her work is stunning. I'm definitely getting her numbers from Nono
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported another cake-related story. A Nigerian man disclosed how he was contacted from Uganda after making an aeroplane cake for Air Peace.
The man identified as Prince Obua took to Facebook to share a screenshot of a conversation he had with a man from Uganda.
He was contacted by a man from Uganda after seeing the cake he made for Air Peace and urged him to do the same for his country's anniversary.
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