Pop Star: Deborah in Ohio


“I was hired to make 75 wedding favor pops for a girl here at work, who was the maid of honor at her
friend’s wedding. I did them with the sticks coming up, instead of traditional “in styrofoam” presentation, because they were being put at each place setting. I piped swirls and sprinkled non-pareils on, light blue paper cups (the bridesmaids wore light blue). I printed the couple’s names on card stock, punched them with my scallop punch and sponged light blue ink around the edges. Put the pops in a clear cello bag, and tied them with light blue ribbon. I think the bride and groom liked them!” – Deborah

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8 comments on “Pop Star: Deborah in Ohio”

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  2. What did you pipe with? Not more candy coating right….it’s too runny.

  3. wow, they are fabulous!! So professional and something different!
    May i ask how long the cake pop would last as it would they start to go off after a day or so or do you find they last a few days?

  4. Very pretty! Good idea to set them in the little cupcake papers. I would have been stuck trying to figure out how to make them stand up!! I’d also be interested to know how to charge for these. Thank you!

  5. I was the bride…and we LOVED them. So did all of our guests. Thanks again!!!

  6. this is a great idea, you did a beautiful job. if you dont mind me asking how much did you charge for a them. i have just made them for partys but i have had alot of people ask me to how much it would be for me to make them, i have no idea what to charge.

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