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Hey guys! I know this should b simple but for some reason I'm a little nervous about it!! This was a request for a bridal shower- I bought the dragees, I'm just wondering do u guys think the flowers are royal or bc? Also, the rose looks different than any rosé I've done, more like a bud with a straighter edge.. And the flowers, are those "wild roses" Wilton has a tutorial, I've practiced it but somehow I'm not getting it. Anyone care to share any insights on these issues? Thanks!!!
post #2 of 6

Flowers are royal icing, I think. They're called apple blossom flowers.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4A79ZqtrpMM

post #3 of 6

Those are royal icing flowers, and further more they look just like the ones I can buy in bulk from my suppliers. You might find them at your local cake decorating store - you don't have to make them!

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post #5 of 6

And I think the rosette is made of fondant, one strip just wrapped around, very relaxed.

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Great info cc- as usual . Thank u!!!! icon_smile.gif
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