Make a Princess Carriage and Tiara Cake

Make a Princess Carriage and Tiara Cake

Even at the age of 27 I would LOVE a Princess cake! There are so many occasions where this could be used; Birthdays, Baby Showers, Hen Do’s and even Weddings! Learn how to make a Princess Carriage and Tiara cake in this tutorial and ensure you are the Belle of the ball.

Using the Princess Carriage and Tiara Cutters from FMM will make creating this cake a whole lot easier and quicker.

Princess Cake Tutorial

Tools and Equipment

Princess Carriage Cutter

Tiara Cutter

Geometric Set

Knife and Scriber Tool

Ball Tool

Foam Pad

Dab-A-Dust

Non stick mat

Non stick rolling pin

Pink and White Modelling Paste (Learn how to make your own here)

Water/ Edible Glue

Paintbrush

Paint Palette

Two tier cake (top covered in white and the bottom tier covered in light pink)

4″ Round polystyrene cake dummy

Bright gold edible dust

Rejuvenator Fluid

Royal Icing

White paper lolly sticks/ cake dowels

Make a Princess Carriage and Tiara Cake

Make a Princess Carriage and Tiara Cake

First you will need to cut out the tiara in white modelling paste, use the large Tiara Cutter for this. Once cut out lay it across the 4″ round polystyrene dummy and allow to dry a little. Once it has dried stand it up, using the dummy as a support, and allow to continue to dry for at least 24 hours.

Next, cut out the large princess carriage with the pink modelling paste. Then cut out two of the cartwheels with the white modelling paste and allow them to sit for a little while to firm up.

Whilst waiting for the pieces to firm up, cut out five of the small tiaras in white modelling paste and allow these to sit as well, to firm up.

Using the gold edible lustre mixed in with rejuvenator liquid, pain the top decorative piece of the princess carriage, cartwheels, large and small tiaras. Allow the paint to dry on the pieces.

Once dried, attach the princess carriage and cartwheels to the bottom centre of the top tier of the cake, using water or edible glue.

Using the smallest circle from the geometric set, cut out twelve circles in the pink modelling paste and twelve circles in the white modelling paste place on to your foam mat. To ensure a clean cut, ensure that the paste is very thinly rolled (around 2mm). Using the ball tool thin the edges of the circles by placing the ball tool, half on the circle and half on the foam mat. Allow to firm up for a little while.

Attach one of the small tiaras to the bottom centre of the cake with water/glue. Wet the area above the small tiara with water/glue. Take one of the pink circles and gently fold in half and then half again, pinch the pointed part and this should create a small ruffle. Attach the ruffle to the wet/glued area above the small tiara.

Then take one of the white circles and gently fold in half and then half again, pinch the pointed part and this should create a small ruffle. Attach the ruffle to the wet/glued area above the small tiara. Continue to repeat this process around the bottom of the cake, working each side of the centre to ensure that the ruffles are even distributed.

Once the large tiara has dried out, add a little water/glue to the bottom of the tiara and secure to the top of the cake with royal icing and the paper lolly sticks/dowels as support and there you have your beautiful cake fit for any Tiara wearing Princess.

Watch how to make a princess carriage on tiara cake with this video tutorial by FMM Sugarcraft.

 

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