Shipping Tasting Samples To An Out Of Town Bride?

Decorating By tarheelgirl Updated 4 Mar 2010 , 3:33pm by erinalicia

tarheelgirl Posted 3 Mar 2010 , 10:00pm
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What if the samples were shipped in small souffle cups with lids. Nothing perishable just a couple of small chunks of cake with buttercream. Has anyone ever done this before? How did it turn out?

I have an out of town bride who cannot make it to my area any time soon. Thought this would help her with her cake choices..

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kellertur Posted 4 Mar 2010 , 4:56am
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Hello. I've done this a few times and it's worked very well. I've never tried during hot summer months, eventhough my cakes/icings are non-perishable.

I shipped them exactly the way your described and they reached the destination just fine. icon_smile.gif

tarheelgirl Posted 4 Mar 2010 , 2:56pm
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Thanks for responding.. I was beginning to think I was just a little silly for suggesting it! icon_razz.gif Glad to hear it can be successful! icon_biggrin.gif

erinalicia Posted 4 Mar 2010 , 3:33pm
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I don't see any problem with it. There are people who sell cupcakes in mason jars and ship them, so it's definitely doable.

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