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‘Big Bang Theory’ Star’s Chandelier Themed Wedding Cake Defies Gravity [Video]

Kaley Couco, or Penny as we know her, from the hit TV show “Big Bang Theory” got married recently, but that’s not what people are talking about.

It’s her gravity defying wedding cake! See it, and the baker who designed the cake that looks just like a chandelier, here.

Kaley Couco and her new husband, Ryan Sweeting, were married in front of friends and family in a fire and ice themed wedding on New Year Eve in Los Angeles. The event certainly was glamorous and beautiful, but it’s the wedding cake that has people buzzing. That’s because if you didn’t know better, you would swear it was a chandelier!

Meet the designer and baker of this five foot edible marvel, from The Butter End Cakery in the video below.

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