Mini Rose Cupcakes

Wow, we were 2 busy ladies this week! On top of our regular orders, we also created a sweet table and  lots of pretty paper goods for over 100 people for a darling one year old's birthday party! One of the desserts that we made were mini rose cupcakes! They are truly so sweet, dainty and girly! They are very easy to make and always look so lovely on a pretty pedestal! We thought it would be fun the share how to make them with you.









After your cupcakes have cooled and your frosting is made. Fill your piping bag, fitted with a Wilton Rose tip.  Take your cupcake in one hand and in the other hand {with the smaller end of the tip facing up, wider end facing down} move your cupcake in a circular motion while putting even pressure on your bag and create a rose bud or cone in the center. Then you will create petals. Slightly angle you piping bag away from the cupcake toward you and that will ensure the petals are given dimension and are not just right against the bud. Take gentle, curving sweeps and just make 3 petals. We like to do 3 around the bud and then fill in the outside. So you may do 3-4 petals on the outside. Don't worry if your rose doesn't look perfect, they will look more realistic. They will also look gorgeous when they are all together on a pedestal or plate! 















  


8 comments:

P√Ętisserie Paris said...

Adorbs!

Jodie said...

I love this! I can't wait to try!

La Table De Nana said...

How adorable.

Elizabeth Danon said...

Do you have any giant cup cake tutorials?

Anonymous said...

This was great i followed this on my i-pad and it worked great tutorial

Mo said...

Beautiful, I love roses!

Erica Kilbourne said...

Awesome!!! And very easy to do!!!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! Is there an icing recipe that is better to use for this type of decorating?

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