The Partiologist: Mini Tiered Wedding Cake Tutorial~

Mini Tiered Wedding Cake Tutorial~

I don't know if you remember when I participated in a Twelve Days of Christmas project with Brie of Darling Doodles and made this Mini Santa Cake?  Brie is a super sweet blogger and a very talented and busy lady.  With a busy summer schedule she asked me to help her out and I was more than happy to do so!!  This time I'm sharing another mini ~

Mini Wedding Cake!
 
These mini tiered cakes went together quite easily.

Here's the three tiered cake pan I used~
 
I tried several ways to decorate these cakes. 
(I made extra for that reason, okay and maybe so I could eat one!)
Make several flowers ahead of time and let them dry before placing on top of the cake.  This is the flower design I made using a mold and filled the center with a grey sugar pearl~
 

I baked mini vanilla cakes and let them cool on a wire rack.
 

 Start by piping butter cream frosting around the top of each layer using a basket weave tip.


Next, using a star tip, pipe a swirl covering the top.


Sprinkle the top with yellow candy pearls.


Next, hold the cake over a paper plate and sprinkle with sugar crystals.


At a glance...
 
 
Using the same star tip pipe rows of frosting vertically around the side of each layer~
 
 
Add the flower to the top and a few more sugar pearls on the tiers.
I served these mini cakes at each place setting of a bridal shower I hosted.
 
 
Each on their own pedestal...here's a sneak peak...
 
 
Thank you Brie for letting me share another MINI cake with you! 
I wish you the best Summer EVER!
I would love for all of you to browse through my ideas and parties...from this elegant Bridal Shower to the Circus, Fiesta, Nautical and even a Birthday Party for my Statues, Mable & Molly!
 
That would be the Icing on the Cake! 
 

20 comments :

  1. What a beautiful dessert to have at each place setting. The individual cake servers really makes these extra special.

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    1. Thanks Beth - I think they were so pretty on the table!

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  2. I think your individual cakes are very elegant. Love the glass covered pedestal.

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    1. Thank you Lisa - I sure have enjoyed my glass pedestals!

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  3. How cute are these! I love that mini tiered cake pan and the sweet cakes you made.

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  4. So beautiful! They are so elegant!

    Cheeron

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    1. You should have seen the first ones I made - couldn't really call them elegant! :)

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  5. Beautiful. Thanks for the tutorial. How many of these did you make? Thanks. Kathy

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  6. I love this mini tier cake pan. I'm always so tempted to buy one. Look at what sweet cakes you can make with it :)

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    1. I'm hoping to get lots of use out of this pan too - thanks!

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  7. I love these mini tier cakes, they are so adorable, plus I could eat the whole cake myself.

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    1. Don't tell anyone, but I think I ate one myself!

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  8. Close my mouth....these cakes are so adorable/beautiful. I want to get one of
    these pans....you are so adventurous.
    May I ask how you treated the pan pre-filling? Did you use Crisco, Butter, spray Pam, or some other unknown product? I always have some kind of problem when using unusual pan shapes in getting the cake out still looking good.

    Thank you for sharing all your talents with us.

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    1. Thank you Lexy! I always use Baker's Joy (Spray) to coat my pans before baking. Just make sure you spray in EVERY corner and they should pop right out!

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  9. These little mini cakes are so adorable. I love the whole idea of mini cakes even if they are for a wedding. Thank you so much for the mini tutorial.

    http://online-phd-uk.co.uk/

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