Help, Chilling Painted Fondant Cake??

Decorating By asascakes Updated 18 May 2016 , 11:20pm by costumeczar

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asascakes Posted 18 May 2016 , 9:19pm
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Hey everyone, looking for some advice. I have a wedding this weekend where the cake will have a wide fondant band around each tier (the cakes will be covered in buttercream) which will have a painted pattern on the fondant in silver dust /vodka. I am concerned about keeping it chilled (before and after) and having enough working time for this, but am afraid of condensation or tackiness ruining the painted detail. I'm in SoCal so I usually don't have to deal with too much condensation like I did in FL, but enough tackiness that I'm not sure what it will do in this case. It is a close friend's wedding too, so even more desire for it to be perfect! Thanks in advance guys, any suggestions or advise is very much appreciated.

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costumeczar Posted 18 May 2016 , 11:20pm
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As long as you don't touch it as it warms up it should be fine.

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