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I had so much fun making these coordinating cakes for Marion and Morgan!
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The cakes needed to be the same, but obviously one needed to be Mickey…and boy colored, and the other needed to be Minnie… and colored for a girl!
For both cakes and all the cupcakes, I used this Mickey Mouse Cookie Cutter to add little Mickey/Minnie heads.
I also used the Play-Doh alphabet cutters for both of their names, just like on the Dora the Explorer cake.
For all the other decorations, I used round cutters, flower cutters (from this set), and star cutters. Oh, and I used my ribbon method to add the borders.
For the Minnie Cupcakes, I added a sweet little pink bow, but for the Mickey ones, I left them plain…
Overall, these cakes could stand alone for a boy or girl party, but I think they turned out super cute paired up for a twins party!
Oh… and the “3” was cut using a number cutter from the 101 Wilton Cookie Cutters set.
These cakes included some vanilla, chocolate, butter and strawberry (four different flavors for the four different tiers). All of them were filled and frosted with vanilla buttercream.
The red and black fondant were Satin Ice brand: Satin Ice Red Vanilla fondant and Satin Ice Black Vanilla fondant. Every other color was homemade marshmallow fondant.
Do you have any questions about these cakes or cupcakes? Please leave them in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer and help out!
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