Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Heartfelt Creations - Cupcake Centerpiece for Wedding Guest Table










I love this time of year and always wait to see what the wonderful wedding releases look like.    
I wasn't disappointed when Heartfelt Creations released this wonderful Classic Wedding Collection!
I love how the stamps and die on this set can be used for so many different occasions.    I think this will be perfect for a few anniversaries I have on my calendar!

I love having a centerpiece on each guest table.    I love having something for each to take home.   Many people want to simplify the process of sending cake home with the guests.   I decided to create little pie slice boxes that have an insert that hold's a cupcake.   The cupcakes can be made from the same batter as the wedding cake and what a great thing to be able to let the guests slip a pie box out at the end of the evening.   I love to take a little sweet treat home after a wedding celebration!   This is the perfect treat!    










Classic Wedding Paper Collection, HCDP1-279
Classic Wedding Bells Stamp, HCPC-3789
Classic Wedding Bells Die, HCD1-7143
Classic Rose Stamp, HCPC-3752
Classic Rose Die Set, HCD1-7110
Memento Dye Ink - Sweet Plum, TSMP506
Rajni Chawla's Crystal Clear, PGM15015
Rajni Chawla's Frosting Powder, PGM15016
Scor-Pal Measuring and Scoring Board, 173842
Deluxe Flower and Shaping Kit, HCST1-401
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive, 159723
Vagabond-2, 532423
Stack and Store Daubers, HCDA1-449









Mr. & Mrs. SVG file from svgcuts.com, Pie Slice/Cupcake Box sag file from the Silhouette Studio, silver cardstock, paper trimmer, rhinestones, pearls, Copic Alcohol Ink Markers ( (bells- C0, C1, C3, C4), favor ties, styrofoam, glue gun, tulle ribbon, wire, heat tool, silver embossing powder, satin silver edged ribbon, crackle paint, Versamark.









Assemble the cake pedestal as directed from the SVG file Mr. & Mrs (svgcuts.com).      The pie slice/cupcake boxes were cut  from the Silhouette Studio but I know Cricut has a great pie slice box as well.   Cut eight cake boxes for the first layer. You can cover styrofoam with the wedding designer paper  for the second layer.  You can add additional layers of the pie slice /cupcake boxes  if you have more than eight people at the guest table.     

The roses were created with the Classic Rose Collection.   They were stamped on white cardstock with Versamark Ink and silver embossing powder.  Heat Set.   The flowers were sponged with Sweet Plum Memento Ink and shaped with the Deluxe Flower Shaping Tool.  The flowers were assembled and allowed to dry.   A light coat of Crackle Paint was applied and dusted with frosting powder.  The flowers ere heat set.   Emma Lou has a wonderful tutorial on creating roses here - https://www.heartfeltcreations.us/video/129/how-to-create-dimensional-roses

The Classic Wedding Bell set was stamped on X-Press It Blending Cardstock with Versamark Ink and silver embossing powder.   They were colored with Copic Alcohol Markers - C0, C1, C3, C4.  They were die cut with the coordinating die.   I die cut 4 additional  bells from grey paper and layered with dimensional mounting tape in-between each layer.  Designer Dries Clear Adhesive was applied lightly to the bells and were sprinkled with Crystal Clear glitter.    

The cake was assembled and embellished with the flowers, rhinestones, pearls, tulle, favor ties and satin silver edged ribbon.   

The cake is placed on the wedding guest table.  The pie slice/cupcake boxes contain cupcakes that were made from the wedding cake batter.   Each guest at the table can take one cake slice home at the end of the evening.   If you have more than eight guests per table, you can increase the number of  layers for your centerpiece.   You can create one cake creation for each guest table.  I will be creating this project for some friends that will be getting married next month and will be using the color theme they are using for their wedding.     




Thank you so much for stopping by and I would love to see your take on this project!  





6 comments:

  1. this is over the top gorgeous!!

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  2. This is just amazing Marie, keep up with the ideas, we have a wedding coming up and I need ideas!

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  3. This a gorgeous cake holder and an excellent table decoration to be shared with the guests. I love that it matches the card in your previous post.

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  4. This cake looks so yum! Want my cake and eat it too.....inky hugs

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  5. gorgeous cake Marie, i can imagine the work that went into it,

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