World’s MOST EXPENSIVE WEDDING CAKE Made In Dubai Will Surely Amaze You

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People who were fortunate enough to attend the wedding exhibition in Dubai had a chance to taste the “bride” that costs $1 million. Debbie Wingham is the creator of this cake has been known as the world’s most expensive designer because she was able to make $50 million masterpieces.

 

To learn more about Wingham’s work, scroll down below.

 

This is what the $1 million “bride” looks like. Her height is 182 cm (72 in) and she weighs 120 kg (164 lbs). She’s heftier than the prototype, but everybody will have a chance to try it.

 

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Wingham used 1,000 eggs and 20 kg (44 lbs) of chocolate in this cake.

 

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The whole cake is edible, and its covered with 50 kg (110 lbs) of lacy confectionery.

 

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Moreover, each of the cake’s features includes tiny flowers and pearls, which are all handmade.

 

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In total, 5,000 flowers were used and it took 10 days to beautify.

 

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There are also actual decorations among the edible ones. These are the pearls and three-carat diamonds that cost $200 million each. And are used to decorate ‘bride’s’ head.

 

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Meanwhile, here’s Wingham with her “simple” cake.

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But she doesn’t just create cakes because she also makes unique shoes that look delicious as well. This pair of shoes costs $15 million.

 

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Wingham also set the record when she made the world’s most luxurious black diamond dress that costs $50 million

 

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She also made a red diamond abaya which the oriental fashion lovers will definitely love.

 

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Lastly, this soft blue dress well-intentioned for a queen.

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Did you like Wingham’s works? Please share your thoughts impression in the comments section!

 

Based on materials from Brightside

 

 

 

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