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Sunday, March 25, 2012

How To Display Cakepops

Cake pops are always tricky to display. Some brides have found ingenious ways to display them for their guests so they are decorative as well as easy to access. These are displayed in an ice bucket filled with beans.  The beans can cover up a Styrofoam bottom while still providing a neutral color backdrop to show off the pretty pastel color of these pink cake pops.

Don't want to go with an ice bucket? Try any glass vase with a wide opening. Glass will need you to cover up the Styrofoam with flat leaves or another material of your choices. I've seen metallic lame used very effectively, but only at a wedding with a metallic look. You don't want to combine lame with a pale pastel wedding. 

You can also use clay flower pots painted white or in any coordinating color.

Make an easy sign to show off the flavor of the cake pop or the flavor of the icing using chalk board paint that you can pick up at your craft store or hardware store.

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