Help - Cinderellas Castle

Decorating By whynot54 Updated 23 Apr 2008 , 6:47am by JanH

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whynot54 Posted 23 Apr 2008 , 4:43am
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So heres the deal. First of all, I cant seem to use just wont work, so dont think I cant spell properly. Second, and WAY MORE IMPORTANT, two close friends of mine is getting married this summer (the ones that I made the Chinese Take-Out cake for), and since my sister is making the bridal shower I got roped into making the cake. Well she LOVES Cinderella so I, like an idiot, volunteered to make some form of her castle. Hence the request for Help! I am in over my head. I was thinking about making 2 or 3 tiers and wrapping it in fondant for the walls (pressed in a brick pattern) but that will never stay up straight long enough to dry! Ahh! The shower is June 1, so any help is greatly appreciated!


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JanH Posted 23 Apr 2008 , 6:47am
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Have you seen Wilton's romantic castle cake kit:

The Wilton 2008 yearbook also features cakes made using the above:

Purchased castles you can place on top of a tiered cake:
(Other tiers would be constitute a long winding road to top tier.)

Elaborate fairytale castle cake by Kathy Moore with complete directions:

Castle cakes from the CC gallery:

Look forward to seeing pics of your creation!


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