As you know from my previous post, my friend Liz got married yesterday! As a fun treat before the wedding, I made her some Wedding Cake Pops! They turned out adorable and were a great way to get excited for the rest of the day!
|Wedding Cake Pops
My “How to Make Cake Pops” can be found here, but here’s what I did to make this batch extra special!
I started out with a basic white cake mix as well as vanilla flavored icing. I used mainly white candy melts and varying different sizes of lollipop sticks to get different heights. Here’s some of they ways I decorated them:
- Before some of the candy melts hardened on the cake pops, I sprinkled some pink sugar crystals on some of them as well as some clear sugar crystals on some of the others. It gave it a little crunch and an extra sweet touch.
- I drizzled some extra candy melt on some of the cake pops in a back and forth fashion, to create some lines and cool swirls on the cake pops (similar to what I did with my Springtime Cake Pops). I kept the drizzles in the same white color as the pops.
- To create an additional texture, I dipped a toothpick in the candy melt and created some raised dots on some of the pops.
- And finally, I melted some pink candy melts, took a toothpick, and painted a pink “L” on the pops for the brides new last name of Lafferty!!!
|Wedding Cake Pops!
|Me presenting the bride with her
Cake Pops! (Note: that is not her
real dress!!! This was before getting