I believe my nieces would have loved these particular creations. Why? Because they're pink! (Most of them anyway.) The main request I had when I was designing these with the Birthday Girl's Mum was that she was a "girly girl" so could I include pink and purple. No problem. I instantly imagined designs involving bright pink, and happy purple, polka dots, flowers, sprinkles and other happy girly designs. There was also a request that the three boys at the party be catered for, so they got blue and green designed with shooting stars.
Not only was I making cakepops for the birthday girl, but her Mum also wanted a bigger cake to go with them. (First time for everything!) So again, I went with the pink, happy theme. I went with a pink butter cream, and to be honest all I could imagine when I was smearing this over the cake was "pink elephant". Don't ask me why, but but it's just what I thought this colour represented. I then topped it off with fondant polka dots in the cakepop colours.
I hope the Birthday day girl enjoys her treats, and bowls a strike at her party!!
All wrapped up with their tags that read "Bonne Fête Hailey". The paper looks orange, but it's really flourescent pink.
My first order for a big cake! Chocolate also, with lots of polka dots in the same colours as the cake pops.
Side view showing the polka dots wrapping around the corners and the beading at the base.