Colombian chef Juan Manuel Barrientos has cooked up a pair of edible wedding gowns that are sure to make brides fall in love all over again. The gowns are made out of sugar-glazed rose petals and champagne clothe and even come with edible accessories.
It is a well-known fact that women love candy and weddings, so combining the two seems like a no-brainer. These edible wedding gowns were recently showcased in the Colombia city of Medellin with no current plans to bring them stateside...yet. The craving for candy is strong across the border.
Juan Manuel Barrientos Cooks Up a Pair of Edible Wedding Gowns
1. Edible Fashion - Creating edible clothing items and accessories as a unique and playful trend in the fashion industry.
2. Culinary Experiences - Integrating food and culinary concepts into non-traditional domains like weddings to create immersive and memorable experiences for consumers.
3. Sustainable Food Materials - Exploring alternative and sustainable food materials for creating edible garments and accessories to reduce waste and environmental impact.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can explore the use of edible materials to create novelty clothing items and accessories that cater to consumers' desire for unique and immersive experiences.
2. Wedding and Event Planning - Wedding and event planning businesses can incorporate edible fashion concepts into their services, offering clients an unconventional and memorable experience for their special day.
3. Food and Beverage - The food and beverage industry can collaborate with fashion designers to develop edible materials and accessories, opening up new markets and opportunities for innovative food products.