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Kelowna chef creates sky-high wedding cake

The completed Space Needle wedding cake at Thursday's reception in Penticton, B.C. (Contributed by: Tanya Jennens).

The bride wanted cupcakes, the groom - what is from Seattle - had other ideas.

This afternoon, the couple will cut into their five-foot tall wedding cake, a 1/120th scale replica of the Seattle space needle.

This monsterous cake is the creation of Kelowna chef Tanya Jennens. Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with her from her shop Thursday morning, as she was getting ready to transport the cake to Penticton.
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