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"I Do" Wedding Cookies

Delectable replicas of three-tier wedding cakes make great bridal shower favors. Personalize each cookie using Sugar Sheets! and tools.
Makes: Each cookie serves 1.
Skill Level: None

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Step 1

Prepare and roll out dough. Cut out cookies using wedding cake cutter. Bake and cool. Ice smooth with buttercream.

Step 2

Using wedding cake cutter and FoodWriter, trace pattern on the back side (shiny side) of White Sugar Sheets! Cut out with scissors. Attach to cookie.

Step 3

Cake Design Option 1: Using blue FoodWriter, make dots. Pipe tip 3 line of buttercream on top and bottom of each tier; sprinkle with sparkling sugar.

Step 4

Cake Design Option 2: Using pink FoodWriter, draw double drop strings (the longest is 1/2 in. deep). Pipe tip 3 line of buttercream on top and bottom of each tier; sprinkle with sparkling sugar.

Step 5

Cake Design Option 3: Use Pink Hearts Sugar Sheets! instead of White Sugar Sheets for cake. Pipe tip 3 line of buttercream on top and bottom of each tier; sprinkle with sparkling sugar.

Step 6

Cake Design Option 4: Using purple FoodWriter, draw lattice on each tier. Pipe tip 3 line of buttercream on top and bottom of each tier; sprinkle with sparkling sugars.

Step 7

Cake Design Option 5: Using black and pink FoodWriters, draw stripes 1/4 in. apart on top and bottom tiers. Draw flowers on middle tier. Pipe tip 3 line of buttercream on top and bottom of each tier; sprinkle with sparkling sugar.

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The drop string is traditionally used as decoration on the sides of the cake and is the basis of more ornate string work. Called a "drop" string because the line of piped icing is allowed to "drop" or fall, by itself, before reattaching it to your cake. Pipe a row of single strings or multiple strings in rows of two or three.

Make Sugar Sheets! decorations personal?draw designs and mark messages in cool colors with FoodWriter® Edible Color Markers. FoodWriter markers are also great for tracing shapes on your Sugar Sheets! pieces, which helps make cutting precisely a breeze.

Your Sugar Sheets! decorations really sizzle when you add colorful sugars or sparkles on top! Go with a bolder shade or and a kicky contrasting color.

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"I Do" Wedding Cookies is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have done these five times for Bridal Showers and Teas! They receive rave reviews every time. I hadn't even taken the class when I did them. I found them to be very easy. I used a great almond (Wilton, of course) flavoring. I have iced them a number of ways, but my favorite is the a glaze recipe of Wilton's and your awesome buttercream! I decorate them with dragees, edible glitter, and the little pearls, all Wilton products, and of course my tried and true Wilton colors. Such a nice combination!
Date published: 2013-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These can easily be decorated to look like birthday cakes as well.
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Last July, just two days before my daughter's wedding day my daughter phoned her mom and I frantic and in tears. Her and two of her girlfriends had decided to make the wilton wedding cake cookies for additional favors for the reception. What they thought was going to be easy was a lot harder than they had anticipated. Two hundred and twenty five cookies spread over her counters, her kitchen table, coffee table, couch and bed. Another dozen dumped in the gabage after she and her girl friends had attempted to decorate these wedding cakes without luck, and within the most important hours of her big day. With everything else she needed to do and needed to prepare she was having a cookie melt down and did want so to finish what she started. My wife tried and was as successful as my daughter and her friends. Fifteen guest favors now awaited trash day. It was now Dad's turn. I had never decorated a cake before never mind a cookie but was willing to give it a try. What's one more for the trash. I went through pretty much every decorating idea Wilton offered on their web site and as luck would have it, right up to the morning of the wedding I finished decorating and packaging the last wedding cake cookie. To my surprise, I have to pat myself on the back they really came out beautiful and looking professional. Each cake I glazed white and outlined the cake tiers with a piped swag drapping each tier. A bouquet of pink roses adorned the top tier and rose buds trailed the other tiers at the center of each swag. Each cookie I packaged in clear plastic celophane and tied with a pink and white curled ribbon. My daughter loved what I achieved and was proud to let her quest know "my dad decorated them". The cookies were a hit and were just one more compliment to her perfect day. I never thought I'd pull it off but have to say it was actually easy once I got started. I did practice on cardboard cutouts before the real deal. Wilton thankyou! You made it easy. Since my daughter's big day I've reenacted the cookie adventure twice now for two other weddings. They were a bigger hit then I had imagined, and I was proud to be asked and happy to accept the invitation. Though my daughter did say yes before telling me. Kids, you got to love them! Wilton you made three brides very happy, and made me relized a talent I never knew I had it in me. I look forward in creating more of your ideas and learning new techniques through your instructional guides. Again thank you!
Date published: 2011-05-15
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