when i test baked (new oven) this morning..the dark chocolate batter made the pink liner basically disappear...you can no longer tell it's a pink/polka dot liner..it looks brown.
i have to bring the final look/taste to the bride tomorrow..
the wedding is on the 21st...
I've seen on CC and on other sites where the baked cupcake is set inside a second liner for presentation. Maybe you could do that.
well, i tried that but it doesn't form to the first one...so it kinda sits loose looking..
Unfortunately this is exactly why I don't feed into or buy those colored cupcake liners..You never see the color after the cupcakes are baked..especially if it is chocolate.Another way for companies to get your money..So sorry this happened!!
any advice on what to do? what color liner or how to make it more presentable...
You could purchase cupcake wrappers for around the liners but that is an extra expense...one of which you would have to get the bride to pay for unless you have a cricut machine and the wrapper cartridge but I would definelty be charging extra for it!!The wrappers are really nice but can be expensive.
I read somewhere that reynolds cupcake liners don't change color when you bake them. I bought some at Target and will be trying it tomorrow, so I can't say for sure it will work.
You can use the cupcake wrappers. They are super cute and I know I've seen pink with polka dots. Just google "cupcake wraps" or "cupcake wrappers" and there are a bunch of sites.
need them by next friday though....not sure i can get them in time but thank you all for the tips..
They sell solid pink foil cupcake liners online, if you don't need the polka dots.
Here's a link to the thread about the Reynold's liners. http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-675575-.html