Post # 1
I’m making these as our wedding favors:
I plan on wrapping each in one of those lollipop cellophane bags you can get in the candy making asile and tying with a ribbon.
My question is, if I want to give one of each per guest, how do I package them as a set so they know to pick up two?
Post # 3
@ninefivethree: oh my gosh! I just discovered cake pops this weekend and want to make them for my favors too! Are you able to send me the link to the recipe for the ones you’re making, they’re so cute!
Based on your post, I’m assuming you don’t want to put a bride and groom in the same clear bag with one ribbon. If you want to wrap them individually but want each guest to take a bride and a groom maybe you could wrap them seperately in little clear bags and then tie the two sticks together with nice ribbon.
I do hope you’ll share your recipe!
Post # 4
@penguini: Here is the page where I found the actual bride/groom ones: http://www.etsy.com/storque/how-to/confectionery-wedding-favors-with-cake-pops-10640/ This the basic recipe I use for any of mine.
If you google you can find tonssss of different flavor combinations and recipes.
Post # 5
I would either tie two together (separate bags, but one ribbon) or make a sign that says something like–don’t separate the bride and groom, please take 2 to enjoy later.
Post # 6
I’m a little confused, so let me see if I’ve got this right…you want each guest (not couples) to take one of each (pair of bride and groom)? If that’s the case, why not package them together? I made cake pops for the holidays and packaged two in each cello bag and tied with a tag and twine. The pops won’t get damaged together if that’s what you are worried about 🙂
Post # 7
@ninefivethree: Thanks for the link!
How many of these are you making for your wedding and how far in advance are you making them? I’m afraid they’re going to be too time consuming. Thanks!
Post # 8
You could stand them up in a clear plastic favor box, punching a hole in the lid for each stick.
or, Wilton makes these cake pop boxes, but they are large enough for 8 pops.
You could use a smaller favor box, cut out an opening just in the front, then insert a cube of styrofoam to insert the sticks into. Wrap in clear cello.
Post # 9
Whoa, you are such a domestic diva!
Post # 10
Very cool! A lot more work than I’m willing to do, but I really like them. I like the idea of tying them together with a ribbon.
Post # 11
What about a flat bottom clear bag like these? You could put a piece of white cardboard or cardstock in the bottom and then tie them up top.
Here’s how I packaged the ones I made for a charity bakesale.
Post # 12
Dont make it to complicated on yourself. I would say just tie the two together or something or do them individually and make a sign with a cute saying implying that the bride and groom should take 2 or something.
Post # 13
I think a sign implying guests to take one of each will work just fine. such a cute idea!!
Post # 14
@plantains: Haha, I made them for Fiance to take to work for the holidays. Plus, I was dying to try out the new Cake Pops by Bakerella cookbook I just bought!
@bakerella: Are you sure you’re not THE bakerella? Those look amazing!
Post # 15
@vaness13181: Uhhhh definitely not! LOL! That was my first attempt at cake pops and I’m sorry, but I hated making the bloody things! They did turn out pretty cute, but they were a huge pain in the arse. I wouldn’t make ones so complicated again. And FWIW, I wouldn’t do vanilla cake again, the chocolate was WAY tastier. I would even do a chocolate mixed with cream cheese frosting next time, it would be a nice combo with the chocolate coating. The vanilla just didn’t have any accent flavour to work with the chocolate.
ETA – Sorry about the super huge photos. I still can’t figure that damn thing out…