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Wedding cake created for billionaire Sarkis Karapetyan is basically a two-storey's high

    The author of the masterpiece was the former chef of Prince of Kuwait.

    One of the biggest hits of the celebration of the wedding of Sargis Karapetyan and Salome Kintsurashvili has become a giant six-meter cake. Many guests of the wedding (which looked like the recent wedding of Said Gutseriev), posted photos of this culinary art on social networks.

    "This cake ... for a delicious wedding ..." - said Russian singer Vera Brezhneva, who appeared at the wedding among many celebrities. Partner of the actress Andrey Malakhov called cake "a real work of confectionary art."

    It turns out, that an incredible cake - the handiwork of Abulsharaf Eyadand and his team. Abulsharaf Eyad - Chef with a worldwide reputation, who worked at the court of Prince of Kuwait. The last twenty years he has been working in Russia; supervised cuisine in the capital, "Prague"restaurant, launched joint projects with the stars of show business - from Andrei Makarevich and Valeria Syutkina to Valery Meladze.

    "We have created the best cake for the wedding of Sargis Karapetyan and Salome Kintsurashvili. Its height was 6 meters. Safisa, June 2016 ", - was written on the official page of Abulsharaf Eyad’s company on Instagram.

     

    Internet users expressed admiration for the cake, compared it with the Christmas tree and wondered: "How to cut it?"

    Wedding of Sargis Karapetyan and Salome Kintsurashvili became the most secular event in the beginning of summer. 23-year-old son of the owner of the group "Tashir" companies from the list of Forbes billionaire Samvel Karapetyan (the state - $ 3.1 billion), who served as vice-president of his father's company, married businesswoman Salome Kintsurashvili, co-owner of the shop Buy By Me . The guests were entertained by Alla Pugacheva, Grigory Leps, Dima Bilan, Philip Kirkorov, Nikolay Baskov, Timati, Valery Meladze, Sofia Rotaru and group Maroon 5. The wedding cost is estimated, at $ 2 million.

     

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