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Let's be real there. The two most important parts of a wedding are the dress and the cake, hands down.

The ceremony? Eh. The venue? Nah. The couple? negotiable. But everyone loves a fancy-shmancy dress and a giant, sugary hunk of overpriced wedding cake. These two elements are crowd pleasers, it's just a fact.

Unless there is a dog involved in the ceremony. Then the dog wins.
Unless there is a dog involved in the ceremony. Then the dog wins.
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Clearly, cake designer Emma Jayne of the U.K. has her priorities straight, and that is why she constructed this gorgeous bridal gown-inspired confection out of cake for the Cake International show in London.

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Say hello to your new dream dress:

Jayne based the incredible sugar-work dress off of a bridal gown by Philippines-based designer Mark Tumang.

Here is the non-edible dress:

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And here is Jayne's delicious interpretation:

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Every element of the cake is completely handmade, from the hundreds of tiny flowers to the sparkly back detail.

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Only downside is that there is no way you would ever fit into your actual wedding dress after eating this one.