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Bride and Groom Cake Pops - what are those little things?

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A potential bride sent me the attached photo.  I'm wondering... what are the little bead-like things on the "bride" cake pop?  They look smaller than any type of sprinkle or pearl that I have seen.  Just wondering what they are so I know what I'm looking for :-)  Thanks in advance!

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Hi, i do think they are the smallest of the little pearls that you can buy. You can also use tapioca (smallest beads of this too.Then drop them in a bag of pearl dust and you have tiny ones. But , again , i think they are the smallest of the pearls.They are beutiful , aren,t they?

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I just saved to my pictures. Then clicked on that and then zoomed in on the pic and they still look like tiny pearls or dragees, etc. hth

post #4 of 9

The look like regular white sprinkles to me.

post #5 of 9

They are most likely white nonperials (not sure about the spelling lol)!!! icon_biggrin.gif

post #6 of 9

Wilton makes them. They are like $4.00 A bottle. Micahels walmart has them. They are little ball mini sprinkles they come in multi colors also.
 

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I think Cait is right.  I would go with Nonpareils.

Good luck!

Clair
 

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Thanks everyone...I"ll have to go on a hunting mission this weekend! icon_biggrin.gif

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Thy are the very smallest round sprinkles for cookies.  They come in a variety of colors.  I used the red ones to decorate the ruffles on this princess cake's skirt.

 

 

As a size comparison the flower centers are the regular size red sugar pearls.

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