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I know there is a website somewhere that will tell you what flowers you can and cannot use on a cake but for the life of me I can't find it. I just got an order for a wedding cake and they want to use fresh daisies for the topper but I said we will have to check and see. If we can't use fresh ones then I'm going to make them from fondant.
Thanks for any advice.

Missy
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Erin 12/28/99
Brett 5/13/01
Brady 2/13/04
Avery 2/28/07
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Originally Posted by cakemomof3

I know there is a website somewhere that will tell you what flowers you can and cannot use on a cake but for the life of me I can't find it. I just got an order for a wedding cake and they want to use fresh daisies for the topper but I said we will have to check and see. If we can't use fresh ones then I'm going to make them from fondant.
Thanks for any advice.

Missy



I think this is what your looking for..

http://cakecentral.com/article18-List-of-Non-Toxic-Flowers-for-Garnishing-your-Cake.html
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I post that in my favorites Ladycake ... I was looking for that the other day also .. my sister is using Rubrum lilies on a cake .. I told her I knew I'd read somewhere they were not to be stuck straight into the cake as they could be poisionous ... she's going to work them up differently and in containers (I believe that's her plan) for her cake ... thanks again for pasting that link icon_smile.gif
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Originally Posted by ntertayneme

I post that in my favorites Ladycake ... I was looking for that the other day also .. my sister is using Rubrum lilies on a cake .. I told her I knew I'd read somewhere they were not to be stuck straight into the cake as they could be poisionous ... she's going to work them up differently and in containers (I believe that's her plan) for her cake ... thanks again for pasting that link icon_smile.gif




Glad it helped someone...
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post #5 of 6
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Thanks so much, that was just what I was looking for!
Missy
The "fabfour" includes:

Erin 12/28/99
Brett 5/13/01
Brady 2/13/04
Avery 2/28/07
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The "fabfour" includes:

Erin 12/28/99
Brett 5/13/01
Brady 2/13/04
Avery 2/28/07
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Originally Posted by cakemomof3

Thanks so much, that was just what I was looking for!
Missy



Kinda thought it was glad to help you ...
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