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Helloo! I need some help. I got a cake order for a winter themed wedding end november. I'm planning to use the colors white and ice blue. I'm also using led lights for around my cake and I also want to use my cake fountain but the cake fountain gives a very warm light. I want it to give a ice colored light. Do you think I can change the lights and add led-lights in the fountain. Just coloring the water blue still makes it look a bit warm. I really want the ice effect!! please help!
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Use the submersible lights. They are usually used in floral arrangements. Not hard to find on the internet, and I think I saw them at Walmart. And any florist would sell you one
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They sell the submersible lights in 6 or 12 packs at Michael's. I used a 12 pack for my last cake and they worked well. They are supposed to last at least 8 hours. If you use a 40% off coupon it costs 12.99 for a 12 pack. Sorry the pic is so dark they turned the lights off on us when we were taking the pictures.
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