“I got married on the 10th October 2009 in Melbourne, Australia, to my wonderful husband Tim. We wanted our wedding to be fun and full of lovely things we like to eat. So after being big fans of yours for such a long time, we thought, lets give cake pops a go! They were such a big hit with everybody! We loved them so much. Chocolate on the inside, my favourite. We got so many complements on the idea. Everyone thought it was a fun and unique wedding cake. Most people went back for seconds! Thanks again, you inspire everyday!” – Kylie
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Werent the sticks on the pops full of cake?
so elegant & beautiful!!!!!!!
I LOVE IT!! CONGRATS!!!!
Really, really lovely. Congratulations! :o)
Gosh these are nice!! Was this a two tiered or a three tiered cake underneath. I can’t quite tell on my computer. It’s neat the way the cake balls have been arranged.
We recently heard about cake balls/pops are are going to have them at our wedding too! We are so excited.!
missjonie: We didn’t hire a cake person, my mother and a friend of hers worked together to make it. I showed them Bakerella’s site and talked about idea to make it more cake like, and they took it from there. It turned out beautifully!
Wendy in California: Thank You!
Deborah Bolig: We allowed for enough for 2 for every guest. So about 150 pops! I think we had a few on the side as spares.
Barbara Green: The cake pops were stuck into more cake! Like a little dome of cake on top of a flat round cake :)
What were the pops stuck into to make the ball?
Gorgeous! How many were there? Congrats on the wedding, great alternative to traditional wedding cake.
These are beautiful, very fitting for the occasion; congratulations on your nuptials!
WOW and the pop cake looks pretty to great idea….wonder if you hired a cake person and told them of cake pops or if you did this yourself !!! It is a brillant idea absolutly brillant