Priyanka Chopra has so many reasons to rejoice currently. The actress is on cloud nine to get her wax statue at Madame Tussauds, New York and she's also an inspiration behind conceptualising an entire cake. Yes, you read it right. Priyanka's red bridal outfit designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee gets transformed into a beautiful four-tiered cake by a bakery in London. While girls here are going gaga behind the designer's charming design, this baker in the UK capital was eager to imitate it on a cake and the end result is simply AWESOME. Priyanka Chopra Reveals How Nick Jonas Made her Change Their Wedding Venue From a Private Island Abroad to a Palace in India.
Check out pictures of the cake inspired by Priyanka's lehenga below
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It is one of my proudest moments to finally reveal to you this cake. Inspired by @priyankachopra hot red Indian wedding dress. I fell in love with the breathtaking detailing by none other than @sabyasachiofficial and could only dream of re-creating this stunning design onto a cake. This intricate cake design was a challenge and oh so time consuming but worth it! It is my proudest achievement to date ☺ #priyankachopra #sabyasachibride #nikyankawedding #redcake #basrelief #luxuryweddingcake #sugarart #glitter #bridal @nickjonas
Let's bake memories - the cake shop in London took to its Instagram page to share the pictures of their brand new design that was inspired by the intricate embroidery on PeeCee's red lehenga. The baker fell in love with its detailing and replicating it on a cake was a challenging task. It was time-consuming but worth it since he/she feels this is his proudest achievement to date. And going by its pictures, well, it's indeed a masterpiece and we wonder how delicious it would taste. Priyanka Chopra's Wedding 'Kalire' Were Customised As her Trousseau, Each Hanging Had a Meaningful Connotation - Read Details.
A closer glimpse of the cake
The Kanauj Rose lehenga was loaded with hand-embroidered and hand-cut organza flowers, french knots in silk floss, delicate Siam-red crystals and layer upon layer of threadwork embroidery. According to the designer's Instagram page, 110 embroiderers from Kolkata took 3720 hours to create this modern masterpiece and it was totally worth it. The bride was always adamant on getting a red lehenga choli for her Hindu wedding and Sabyasachi just read her mind right. It's just another feather in Mrs Jonas' hat since a cake getting inspired by her wedding trousseau is not an ordinary thing.