An Irish baker who was tasked with telling the story of one couple's relationship through her work has come up with the most beautiful way of doing so.
Jen Rojas, of Dublin-based cake atelier Cupcakes and Counting, shared the incredible creation on her Instagram page, where she detailed the process for coming up with the unique design.
Max, the groom, is from London, so Jen chose to feature one of the city's most recognisable buildings - The 'Gherkin' - as part of the painted details on the cake, while for bride Caroline, she opted for the 'doors of Dublin' to highlight the bride's home town.
As the couple are now based in Amsterdam, Jen painted the outline of Dutch canal houses on the base of the cake, thus completing a little geographical story of the couple's lives coming together as one.
"The pink, purple and navy watercolours are the main colours used in their wedding invitations," revealed Jen, explaining how the creation came together.
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Jen has been inundated with comments about her great talent since posting some photos of her edible art.
"Stop the lights - amazing," said one commenter, while others called the creation 'outstanding' and 'unique'.
Fellow cake maker Cat of The Cake Cuppery jokingly asked "is there anything you can't do?!", while fine art photographer Christina Brosnan called Jen's work 'amazing'. Wedding coordinator and stylist Sharon of Frog Prince Weddings called the cake maker 'a great talent'.
"The cake was indeed amazing," bride Caroline confirmed for THEVOW.ie, "and not just the design - it was delicious too!"