I've just been asked to make a cake for a 12 yr. old boy who is doing his Catholic Confirmation and will have around 40-50 guests.
I have no idea what is usually done for this occassions, neither does my client.
PLEASE HELP>...............ANY DECORATION IDEAS WILL BE APPRECIATED!
Here's one I did last weekend.
Also doves (holy spirit) is another common theme for Confirmation cakes.
i always think a bible is a nice way to go, and especially for a boy- it would be easier if it were a girl- i'd recommend roses and such. or you could do a cross. go do a search on here under either baptism or confirmation ( i think it's under celebration cakes) that might help you start to get some ideas. maybe a fbct of praying hands.
this is one of my bussiest "holidays" being from a catholic town my most ordered cake for confirmation is the large square cake (forgot the actual size) with the wilton cross cake on top at an angle. i usually cover the cross in fondant and either BC or cream cheese icing for the square cake then add flowers on the cross "falling" onto the square cake.
i added a pic, i actually made this for my niece's baptism but it gives the idea of what i tried to expain above lol
I am doing a confirmation (16 year old girl) and first communion cake (her 7 year old brother) soon and just ordered a candy melt mold set from sugarcraft that will assemble into a 3D church on the top. I think it was $4.50
thank you all for all your ideas...it's great to count with such a wonderful team!
I'll let you all know what I come up with thanks to your ideas.
Cant wait to see what you decide to do.
If you search the gallery, there are alot of pretty confirmation cakes.
my 3D molds arrived from sugar craft today! I can't wait to do the cake... not till march, bummer. I might have to play with them before then LOL, if you want to see them go to www.sugarcraft.com then under candy choose candy molds then select religious, you will see a pic of it at the top