Cake Wire Help

Decorating By mommyjones Updated 3 Sep 2012 , 6:27pm by mommyjones

mommyjones Posted 19 Aug 2012 , 8:50pm
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I am making a wedding cake and I have attached the cake that they like. Where do I get the wispy wire things coming out of it?
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Bluehue Posted 27 Aug 2012 , 3:19pm
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gee, 137 views and nobody answered... icon_confused.gif

mommyjones if you are talking about the black whispy wire things - they look like florists twine to me.
You can splice it as thin as you wish - or as it seems in your attached photo - it has been spliced so as thinner at one end.

Over here we can purchase it from either a florist or floral wholesaler.

If you are talking about hte White wires - then thats exactely what they are - white floral wires - used also for caking.

Hope this helps.

Bluehue

shanter Posted 27 Aug 2012 , 5:13pm
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I'm in the US and I think it's bear grass (the black ones), also available from a florist or on-line:
http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-702326.html

mommyjones Posted 3 Sep 2012 , 6:27pm
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Thank you so much ladies for all the great help! It helped me out immensely!



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Originally Posted by Bluehue

gee, 137 views and nobody answered... icon_confused.gif

mommyjones if you are talking about the black whispy wire things - they look like florists twine to me.
You can splice it as thin as you wish - or as it seems in your attached photo - it has been spliced so as thinner at one end.

Over here we can purchase it from either a florist or floral wholesaler.

If you are talking about hte White wires - then thats exactely what they are - white floral wires - used also for caking.

Hope this helps.

Bluehue


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