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Giant cake pop bouquet

post #1 of 3
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Hey all!

 

So I have my biggest cake pop bouquet order ever, which will consist of 200 cake pops. My only question is, what to use as the support. I usually use floral foam, do they make styro balls big enough for this, I am thinking the size of a basketball.

 

whats your take?

post #2 of 3

Yes, they make them that big. They sell them at walmart. Or you could use the foam if you can't find one near you that is big enough. It is really going to be a balancing game. Make sure whatever type of container you are using is heavy enough to hold them up. I decided to get a really inexpensive light weight one for a cupcake bouquet and it kept trying to topple over. Grrr.  

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The container I picked is a glass vase from walmart. And I will be weighing it down with beads. I am also going to put a dowel through the foam so there is something hold it in place. Extra stability.

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