If you are "flooding" a sugar cookie, I would suggest a Wilton #4 Round. If you are doing detail work, then use a Wilton #2 Round. Hope that helps. I have done some sugar cookies, including several hundred for wedding favors, but...
Hi Ursula:Sorry you are having problems with your magazine subscription. You can still look at the cover on this site. I know you want to see more than the cover...but right now, the cover picture is what I am interested in.
Something "different" could be a cake with a giant pumpkin on top (use the Wilton Sports Ball pan) - not a Jack-O-Lantern, but a pumpkin (like in Cinderella). If they have flowers that are fall colors, you could easily work it in.
It might be an idea to ask them how they define a "typical wedding cake". Perhaps they just mean nothing that looks 1980's! Once you nail down what they don't want, then it will be easier to explore the options.
I hear you. Cake decorating and sleep deprivation seem to go hand in hand! Hopefully the conference went just as good (or even better) than the cakes. Did you manage to stay awake during the sessions?!
Hi VickeyC. I just noticed your post, and as I read through the responses, I realized I am too late. I would have suggested a tree with lots of blossoms on it...but using the logo was a great idea too. Good job.