I have gotten a request for a rinestone, bling bling, bright colored wedding cake to do in a couple weeks. I was wondering is it safe to use rinestones or jewels on a wedding cake. I just have a fear of someone eating one and chokeing on it. Please if anyone has any advice or tips or any ideas they want to share with me I am all ears (eyes, since I am reading). Do you use rinestones or Gems on cakes???
Here is a website that has edible cake jewels. They have a lot of different colors too. HTH
ive seen it done, you just need to make sure that who ever serves the cake knows they cant be eaten. might be a PITA taking them off though!
I think the jewles at Fancy Flours are pretty large..... I may be mistaken, so take a look, but Global Sugar art has some molds that are varied in size, and you could make edible ones.... I think I would take them off anyway, just because they would be HARD (like a sucker or hard candy).......to bite down on, but they would be safe as far as being edible.......
They sell sugar gems and sugar diamonds. Google them and you will find quite a few places that sell them. I just bought some for a Baby Phat cake I have to do.
What if you put the rinestones on to gumpaste accents that can be removed before cutting?