Corgi-Shaped Wedding Cake Sets World Record

Award-winning cake designer Michelle Wibowo has created a giant Corgi-shaped cake in celebration of the upcoming royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton.

120 eggs, 20 kg of dry dog food (liver, chicken and beef), 30 kg of wholemeal flour, 25 cloves of garlic and fish oil were used to create a 68-kg-heavy cake shaped like a Corgi, which was recently acknowledged by Guinness Book of Records as the world’s largest dog-friendly cake. Michelle Wibowo spent 111 hours, over a period of three weeks, working on the canine-shaped creation, and said the intricate details of the Corgi’s fur took the longest to do, 16 consecutive hours to be exact.

The nearly six-foot-long, 4-foot-high and three-foot-wide was unveiled on April 15, in London, close to Tower Bridge, where commuters stopped and stared at the largest Corgi they had ever seen. Three real representatives of the breed got to sample the delicious artwork before pieces were handed out to other canines on the premises, who were more than happy to act cannibalistic for once.

Photo via Michelle Sugar Art

Photo via Michelle Sugar Art


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  • CardiFan Posted on April 20, 2011

    Those are some obese Corgis. Please, don’t get a high energy herding breed unless you intend to give it the exercise and intellectual stimulation they require.

  • Donald Norris Posted on April 20, 2011


    Wow. Great job!

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Beth Posted on April 29, 2011

    Great idea! I’m a Corgi lover! My Corgi’s name is Dewey. Love the idea of the Corgi cake for the royal wedding.