Serious Humidity Warning - What To Do?

Decorating By ihateveggies Updated 31 May 2011 , 8:00pm by cakegroove

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ihateveggies Posted 31 May 2011 , 12:47pm
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We have a humidex of 41C (105F) today - Its supposed to cool down a smidge for the rest of the week but I'm worried about my first "grooms cake" - its Darth Vader & needs to be delivered to a non-a/c facility for the wedding....

how would you put supports in it?

will there be any issues baking cakes in this humidity? (ie: falling??)

The bride to be wants it to be a surprise for her new dh - she wants it hidden in a box till later in the wedding - would it survive in a cardboard box wrapped in paper???

I don't have a seperate fridge at home - its cookies & buttercream filling - would the cake be ok on the counter after its covered with fondant if my house is a/c'd??

HELP please!!!

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cakegroove Posted 31 May 2011 , 8:00pm
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I personally would not do a cake in that humidity without an a/c facility. It spells disaster

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