I have a request for a cupcake cake ( which I've never done ) in the shape of a wedding dress... they said it would be really elegant and classy.. OK so I tried looking in the gallery and couldn't find anything.. How would you go about this? anyone have any ideas??
Draw an outline of the shape of the dress on a piece of posterboard.
Cut it out and fill the shape with cupcakes.
you can make the shape a little bigger than you need and cut it out of foam core board. this way you will have something to carry the cake on when you are finished.
from what i read about making cupcake cakes, you should put a little frosting under each cupcake so that they will stick to the board. place the cupcakes as close together as possible. Then you frost it like a regular cake.
I think you need a specific pan called a mini wonder mold. it's shaped like half an egg and that's the bottom of the dress and you use fondant or gum paste as the top part or the dress.
thats how I would do them. hope this help a lil bit at least
Wilton makes wonder mold pans and you can buy them for like $13
Here is my favorite wedding dress! It belongs to "cricket8923". I can see it done on a cupcake cake very easily.
im making cupcakes for my little girls birthday party and her theme is princess and what just wondering anyone might know how the top would stand up? should I use a tooth pick in the top or would water hold it up? her party is this sat
Hi I have a question to have? How many are there in this sketch, I counted before I got dizzy??? 65 . are they more or less... I need the help since Ill be doing these on February,,
AThere's 85. But you would of course use the amount needed to fit your/the customers budget.
AHere's a nice tutorial:
Thank you . I was short for about 20..
thank you for your help.