Sweet Angel, Fairy and Princess Baby Shower Cakes!
If you are planning a baby shower for a little girl - we've got some beautiful princess cakes for you to see!
All of the cakes below have been submitted by our talented readers!
Get inspired by all of the cute baby shower cakes and cupcakes!
You can get some great ideas to make the cake yourself, or you can take it to your favorite baker and see if they can create it for you!
by Tonya H.
(Chattanooga, TN. United States)
Angel Fairy Watching Over Baby Cake
This was a first for me, molding an angel and a baby, but it was a lot of fun. I have never had any cake decorating lessons just some pans and tips from a yard sale. I use to watch my older sister make wedding cakes and learned what I could from her, but thought I would never like making cakes. I was wrong its great fun creating something. Hope you like it!
You will need:
12 inch x 2 inch deep pan
Two 8 inch x 2 inch deep pans
3-4 cake mixes, follow box directions
Food colorings, pink, juniper green, brown for hair, purple for flower centers
flower and leaf cutters
Large box white fondant
grass tip, #5 tip
rolling pin for fondant
I first made some butter cream icing in pink and covered the 12 inch cake, then I used the Chantilly lace effect with #5 tip all over the 12 inch cake.
I then iced the two 8 inch cakes using juniper green and stacked them on top of the 12 inch.
The Angel Fairy, baby, leaves and flowers were all hand molded after coloring my fondant with the different colors.
Their faces were hand painted with food coloring and shiny pearl dust. I dressed them with fondant leaves for clothes.
I then used a grass tip to make the grassy border on top of the cake. I finished the cake with a white large fondant bow that had been made earlier and allowed to harden.
The only item that is not edible on my cake is the wings, which I purchased at a local craft store and place in her back with a pearl push pin to hold.
by Marcy Grauer
Making a mushroom cake for a fairy baby shower is a lot simpler than it looks!
First you make up a batch of Rice Krispie treats and compact it into a small rounded container I used a metal pail. I placed a round PVC pipe in the middle for structural support. The top of the cake is simply a strawberry cake made in a bunt pan.
Turn the cake out onto a cardboard cake round and place on top of the Rice Krispie base. Your cake is ready to ice, I dyed frosting pink and then added white polka dots, I also added some butterflies and dragonflies I got from my local craft store for an extra touch, it stood on a patch of grass to give it that extra enchanted fairy touch!
This cake is perfect for showers or birthdays, and is super simple!
by Michelle W
(Westland, MI )
I found inspiration for this princess baby shower cake on a website that I am a member to and fell in love with it this was my version!
This cake was so fun! First I made the tiara by attaching a pattern and waxed paper to an oatmeal container, then I piped the design on in royal icing, let that dry fro 24 hours and peeled off - that broke and I repeated the process.
Baked the cakes which were french vanilla with a strawberry filling and homemade butter cream.
Covered the cakes with Marshmallow fondant and then stacked. I made a pattern out of cardboard to do the impression on the top layer with the quilted look and then added the details with royal icing.
I loved the boa around the cake board! Thanks for looking at my princess baby shower cake - this is the favorite cake that I have made!
1. I started by making 2 cakes (I did Betty Crocker vanilla on top and
chocolate on the bottom). You can use any 2 different size pans. I then
stacked the small on top of the large.
2. The towers are 2 ice cream cones stacked on top of each other covered with almond bark and clear sprinkles.
3. Then i put icing on the cakes and decorated with icing.
4. The drawbridge is a Hershey bar with chocolate Twizzlers.
This was my first cake attempt. I had a lot of fun making this princess baby shower cake!
by R Duenez
2-9" round cake pan
Wilton butter cream icing
icing= Wilton butter cream with a mix of whipping cream
flower cutters/leaf press
Wilton spray can food coloring
And Tinkerbell cupcake topper.
by Karen Young
(Kentfield, CA, USA)
Sweet princess baby shower cake:
Three layers, each with cream cheese frosting and sweetened coconut between. The cake is covered in moss green tinted fondant, and all decorations of fondant are handmade, and painted with edible paints.
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