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I had this exact situation about a year ago. The girl booking the shower cake was black so I made a beautiful milk chocolate baby mold character. It hit me like a ton of bricks a few days before that I might be assuming too much with this so I frantically called the hostess of the shower and sure enough the father was black and the mother was white. I remelted the figure and added half white chocolate and it was perfect! Always ask!
I would definitely use RKT! There are bound to be some kids at the wedding that would find that a thrill to eat.
My most popular and asked for cake is the WASC. I make it with the smaller box mixes and have no problem. I have tried adding the 1/3 extra cup of cake mix and see no difference so gave up going to the extra trouble.
My best guess would be a five petal cutter, slightly ruffled on the edges, bunched together in the center and attached. I just did a similar cake by cutting 1 1/2 inch circles and folding them for a ruffled effect but has a little different look than this.
What Leah_s said! Order SPS immediately! Viva paper towels work great on a crusting buttercream. I use indydeb's recipe found on here from time to time. Will smooth perfectly. Round is much easier to decorate than square. Good luck!
Don't miss it for anything! Cake decorator's Heaven.
The iPhone version works fine on iPad.
I did this technique using buttercream. Very simple and very fast. Learned it on Going to try and post the pic or the link. If I fail it is in my gallery.
I would make it out of Rice Krispie treats and cover it with fondant or modeling chocolate .
The White Almond Sour Cream cake recipe in the recipes on this site can't be beat! I never use the almond flavoring as I am not a an of almond. I just replace it with more vanilla.
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