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#1
Marietta, Georgia
33 Posts
Joined Jan 2011
I really would like to make the generic carnival cake that we'll be having, a bit more interesting by adding gum paste flowers. I've googled gumpaste flowers and have seen a few places that sell them.

Has anyone used gumpaste flowers to add to their cake and if so, who would you recommend? Thanks!
#2
NYC/NJ
264 Posts
Joined Jul 2012
Originally posted by valerie22w
I really would like to make the generic carnival cake that we'll be having, a bit more interesting by adding gum paste flowers. I've googled gumpaste flowers and have seen a few places that sell them.

Has anyone used gumpaste flowers to add to their cake and if so, who would you recommend? Thanks!
my wedding hasn't happened yet, but I had this same idea. I found a few people on Etsy I'm considering. I want to order it now so bad, but better to order closer to the wedding of course.

I also had the idea to get a corsage box in order to carry it on and keep it safe.
#3
Marietta, Georgia
33 Posts
Joined Jan 2011
Corsage box is a great idea.

I still have ten months till the wedding, I don't think ordering them now would be a wise idea either. Haha.
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#5
41 Posts
Joined May 2012
I found some rice wafer flowers on Etsy. They're light and sooo pretty. Sounds like Etsy is the spot

Originally posted by valerie22w
I really would like to make the generic carnival cake that we'll be having, a bit more interesting by adding gum paste flowers. I've googled gumpaste flowers and have seen a few places that sell them.

Has anyone used gumpaste flowers to add to their cake and if so, who would you recommend? Thanks!
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#6
Marietta, Georgia
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Joined Jan 2011
I may have to agree, Etsy had some very pretty plumerias that I really liked. Now just to find out when to order them by and how long they keep.
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