The force is strong with these talented bakers who have created an incredible Star Wars cake – that appears to be LEVITATING.
Christine Jensen, 41, and husband Phil, 44, made the 4ft (1.2m) tall gravity-defying wedding cake which features a top tier which looks like it is floating in mid-air.
The stunning creation also features a life-size Yoda figure made of fruit cake and chocolate, which can feed up to 600 people.
The couple started designing the treat eight months ago and it took about 800 hours to bake and construct the wedding cake, which is elderflower and lemon flavoured.
It contains four kilograms of sugar, 12 kilograms of chocolate and 14 kilograms of sultanas, raisins and currants.
Mum-of-two Christine, from Penzance, Cornwall, has refused to reveal the secret behind the amazing illusion.
She joked: “It’s done by Cornish magic combined with Jedi forces.”
“The reaction’s been amazing because people just want to know how it all works.
“We’ve been working away for months in our studio and we’re glad to find out that everyone thinks it’s as cool as we do.
“Not only does it taste good, but we hope it’s really captivating as well.”
Christine and Phil, a cake engineer, said they wanted to push the boundaries of baking and create cakes that would tell a story.
She added: “We really wanted to have a good story to showcase the levitation.
“We love Star Wars anyway and given that Yoda is great at levitating, we thought he would be perfect.
“There’s been three people in this marriage: us and a little green man.”
Christine’s love for baking began a decade ago when she began making birthday cakes for friends.
Last year, she decided to turn her hobby into a business by setting up cake company Peboryon, which means baker in Cornish.
She has already won a number of awards for her mouth-watering creations and was a finalist in the Great Cornish Food Awards 2015.
The levitating cake is on display at the Cake International exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham from 6 -8 November.
Other stunning cakes on show include a life-size model of Prince George.
14kg of sultanas, raisins and currants
4kg Shipton Mill flour
4kg Trewithen dairy butter
1 litre of brandy
95 free range St Ewe eggs
12kg of chocolate
6kg of marzipan
6 boxes of rice crispies and 12 packets of marshmallows
22 kg of fondant icing