Cake Central › Cake Forums › Cake Talk › Cupcakes! › How do I do a Cupcake Bouquet?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

How do I do a Cupcake Bouquet? - Page 2

post #16 of 94
Very pretty-looks like a bouquet of roses!
post #17 of 94
I've been getting some questions about how to do the cups and ruffle so here are a few pics that might make things clearer.
LL
LL
LL
post #18 of 94
cncgirl00
thank you for posting the pics for putting the cups together.sometimes i just need someone to draw me a pic icon_lol.gif
Brenda
Reply
Brenda
Reply
post #19 of 94
N problem. Glad I could help!!
post #20 of 94
I know this is an old topic but I'm reviving it! icon_smile.gif

Those are great pictures - how the heck do you get the thing apart to serve though? And where can I get those little plastic cups? And then when baking the cupcakes do you not use cupcake liners? Or do you use the liners too and just place the cupcake w/ liner into the little plastic cup? Is that how you get it out easily? I still don't understand how you get it out when there's so much frosting kinda all over like I've seen on some pics......
post #21 of 94
Those look sooo pretty, it might be something I will try for Mother's Dayicon_wink.gif
post #22 of 94
Yes, you use liners. The cupcakes don't fit all the way down into the cup, so you just lift it up by the liner. It's very simple. The hardest part is stapling the cups together.
Sally

CHILDREN...Love them, Nurture them, Teach them well, and Believe in them...for they are our future.
Reply
Sally

CHILDREN...Love them, Nurture them, Teach them well, and Believe in them...for they are our future.
Reply
post #23 of 94
never heard of a cup ckae bouquet before. I like it. thanks to everyone for the great information.
post #24 of 94
I am so glad this popped up again. I was planning on attempting my first bouquet this weekend so this refresher course was perfect timing. Thanks to all.
post #25 of 94
Thank you for starting this topic those are gorgeous CC bouquets, great for any occasion.

cncgirl00 - thanks for taking the time to post those pictures. i'm loooking foward to do one.
Lizzie
post #26 of 94
I found two different size cups that both work really well. You can use the original 5 oz. size or a 3.5 oz. size that I found at the Dollar General Store. Really any size that would hold the cupcake up so that only the cupcake paper is in the cup would work. The 3.5 oz holds the cupcake a little higher out of the cup. When you remove the cupcakes, you start from outside and move inward. You still may get a little icing on your fingers when you remove them.
Hope this helps!!
post #27 of 94
cncgirl00,

Thanks for the tip. I just got back from trying to find those dang 5 oz cups and no one has them.
post #28 of 94
Ok; I'm not getting something. How does the cake ruffel and 10 plate
and the cups all come together?
post #29 of 94
Do you use something as the bouquet's "stem"...if so how do you attach it. My sister is getting married in may and this might be adorable for her "rehersal" bouquet. Thanks for bringing this topic back to life icon_smile.gif
post #30 of 94
Yeah...do you attach the cups to the plate?
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Cupcakes!
Cake Central › Cake Forums › Cake Talk › Cupcakes! › How do I do a Cupcake Bouquet?