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post #16 of 18
I had a client ship an anniversary tier once and it went okay. She froze it, then shipped it overnight Fedex on dry ice, and it was fine when it got there. I personally wouldn't try it, but I guess it can work.
post #17 of 18
So, how do the cupcake store ship cupcakes? Georgetown Cupcakes ships, how do they do it? icon_confused.gif
post #18 of 18
I think most places use FedEx, overnight and packed on dry ice. ive ordered cupcakes from cupcake stop to see how they did it. and it was like triple boxed and each cupcake had a sucker stick in the middle to keep it from getting smashed.
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