A photo of a human-sized wedding cake being transported by several men has been making the rounds online, amid the media frenzy surrounding the “royal wedding” of TV superstars Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes.
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The star-studded ceremony’s official hashtag, #DongYanWedding, topped for hours the local and worldwide trending topics on Twitter Tuesday afternoon.
A picture of a five-tiered wedding cake standing over six-feet tall was the top trend worldwide on Twitter after it baffled half of the world.
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The 12-foot cake from Goldilocks which Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes shared has caught the attention of the international media.
The cake belongs to Philippine celebrities Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes, whose wedding was dubbed the “royal wedding” by many in the Philippines.
Their cake could be the biggest ever to be made for a wedding.
The Guinness Book of World Records currently awards the accolade of “biggest wedding cake ever” to a six ton masterpiece made in New England, USA, in 2004, but the three biggest wedding cakes ever made were made for presentation purposes only, and not for an actual wedding.