Square Mini Cakes.

Decorating By morganchampagne Updated 27 Jun 2014 , 12:29am by morganchampagne

morganchampagne Posted 26 Jun 2014 , 7:48pm
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AI've seen some other threads but I just really have to ask. Are these REALLY that difficult to do? I have a bride who wants 120 of them, I've quoted a pretty high price for them. But I'm just wondering if they are really that difficult? I haven't had much success with the rounds ones admittedly. But they look so easy to do :/

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matthewkyrankelly Posted 26 Jun 2014 , 8:31pm
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Yes, they are that hard to do.

winniemog Posted 26 Jun 2014 , 8:57pm
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ATake your lack of success with the round mini cakes and double it, triple it, multiply it by a thousand - because that's a world of pain right there, 120 square minis. You could not pay me enough, no way!

RedneckRuffle Posted 26 Jun 2014 , 9:37pm
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AAre "mini cakes" different from petit fours? Freeze it, cut it, pour some wafer candy on it. Pipe 'em. Done! No?

morganchampagne Posted 26 Jun 2014 , 11:58pm
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AThese particular ones are different from petit fours. I thought about that. These are made up like little Tiffany boxes. Not interested lol. Way too many. Hopefully I can judge her in the direction of regular cupcakes!

RedneckRuffle Posted 27 Jun 2014 , 12:10am
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AYeah, I just Googled some of them. Oh GOD no! Looks like some of them are individually covered in rolled fondant. Looks frustrating.

morganchampagne Posted 27 Jun 2014 , 12:29am
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They areeeeeee. Im trying to nudge her in the direction of just regular cupcakes or even better just one whole cake. That cupcake thing works really well for smaller weddings but past 100 people, The cakes she likes are super simple and would save her money in the long run. But she may be committed to the mini cakes, have to see I guess .

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