Delivering Cupcake Bouquets

Baking By SnLSweetEscapes Updated 16 Feb 2012 , 1:52pm by karenscupcakes

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SnLSweetEscapes Posted 12 Feb 2012 , 2:34am
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Question for those of you that do cupcake bouquets. Do you cover them? I have 2 large baskets that are going to hold almost 2 dozen cupcakes each. The cello bags that I wrap my terra cotta pot bouquets in wil obviously not cover the baskets. Do you all just deliver them uncovered? I always have a problem with the bags sticking to the frosting on the cupcakes and then it gets on the bag. I hate the way that looks but I can't seem to avoid it.

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chocolate_luvr Posted 15 Feb 2012 , 12:31am
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Originally Posted by SnLSweetEscapes

Question for those of you that do cupcake bouquets. Do you cover them? I have 2 large baskets that are going to hold almost 2 dozen cupcakes each. The cello bags that I wrap my terra cotta pot bouquets in wil obviously not cover the baskets. Do you all just deliver them uncovered? I always have a problem with the bags sticking to the frosting on the cupcakes and then it gets on the bag. I hate the way that looks but I can't seem to avoid it.




Hi. I don't cover them because i have had the same problems with bags sticking to the tops. Id only cover them if they not delivered right away.

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karenscupcakes Posted 16 Feb 2012 , 1:52pm
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I use cello bags for mine but I also use tissue paper around them so that they protect the "blossoms" from getting bumped in the bag.

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