Mon. Jan 17th, 2022
How-To-Decorate-a-Naked-Cake-With-Edible-Flowers
How-To-Decorate-A-Naked-Cake-With-Edible-Flowers

Eek! How beautiful?! Learn how to decorate your own naked cake with edible flowers! For more DIYS, inspiration, advice and fun, subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BespokeBride

Today we’re going to be showing you how you can decorate your own cake with a crumb coat and beautiful edible flowers! We can’t even tell you how easy this tutorial is to follow!

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2 thoughts on “How To Decorate a Naked Cake With Edible Flowers!”
  1. how long can the flowers last on the cake? will it absorb the fat in the buttercream or something like that? and can i leave it uncovered with the cake in the refrigerator? Thanks in advance!

    1. As they are fresh flowers they would only last a day, but if you would like them to last a little longer, I would consider sugaring the flowers- that way they will last a couple of weeks and I would always advise keeping it covered in the refrigerator x

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