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Princess cake

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I was just asked to do a princess cake for 60 people + the 6 inch for the 1 yr old.

I was thinking something royal looking, maybe a pillow with the tiara on top? Has anybody done this?


Rachel
post #2 of 7
Great idea. I've been wanting to try a pillow made out of fondant with a "glass" slipper sitting on top. A crown would be really cute too. I don't know how you'd be able to make one big enough for 60 people though. Wow. That's a lot of fondant.
post #3 of 7
icon_biggrin.gif i did something for a friends daughter recently...sorry no picture
i baked a large cake 1/2 sheet then i got the idea from the wilton yearbook site....anyway i took my ball pan and followed directions and made a suger mold when it dried out i hollowed out the middle. anyway i made it into a carriage with a little kelly doll inside and decorated the "carriage" then put the wilton horses in front of it. it looked like the princes was in a carriage it was so adorable! if intrested, like i said it was on the wilton yearbook site, under uses for pans or something like that, under the sports ball pan. it would feed sixty people
post #4 of 7
I believe melodyscakes is talking about this cake
http://www.wilton.com/recipes/recipesandprojects/add_pans/carriage.cfm
It is called the Magical Carriage Ride, wilton has the directions posted on their website.
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post #5 of 7
I posted a pillow with tiara a couple of months ago. I did another this weekend, but used 11x15 with a 7" oval on top with a tiara, because I didn't want to do any carving.
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post #6 of 7
Okay, I am in love with the crown on the pillow!!! Did you make the crown too? Directions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, SARAH
post #7 of 7
The tiara on the pillow is royal piped on wax paper wrapped around a large can. I let it dry then brushed it with gold lustre dust.
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