Cupcakes bouquet tutorial

I recently made an Arsenal themed cupcakes bouquet :) That was made up of chocolate cupcakes with white and red icing matching the team’s colours
Luckily, I took some photos along the way and wanted to share them with you.
So here is a quick tutorial:

1.Get your materials ready
2.Staple your cups together: 1 in the midlle and 6 around it. Total of 7 cups. Clear cups would work better for the bouquets.
3.Glue the cups to the card either with double sided sticky tape or hot glue gun. You can use a pot or vase instead of card and just secure them in with double sided tape. The card is around 6″ but wider works good too.
4.Get two sheets of tissue paper and hold each into triangle.Place them overlapping at the wide end. I trim the ends with scissors. Place your cups on top. Then i usually turn it upside down and tie the tissue around the cups with curling ribbon. Then using double sided sticky tape around the edges of the cups I reposition and secure my tissue paper as I would like it to be.
5.Place your bow. I used a pull bow but pom pom bow look great too.
6.Put the muffin cases or green tissue paper inside the cups.
7.Place your cupcakes inside the cups. I usually pipe after I have place them in.
8.Add the cardette or any other accessories you would like – endless posibilities :)

How to make cupcake bouquet
Cupcakes bouquet tutorial by Starry Delights

Hope this was helpful :) and if you have any questions please leave a comment and I will try to reply as soon as I can. Thank you  :)

5 thoughts on “Cupcakes bouquet tutorial”

  1. HI, The green tissue is just cut into circles or squares and you insert them into the cups under the cupcake. The red one i usually turn upside down on something tall and wrap around then rearrange with double sided sticky tape. Hope this helps.

  2. Can u give a little more detailed tutorial. I didnt understand the green tissue paper part & how did u wrap the red paper. Thanku :)

  3. That is a brilliant idea, would never have thought of it, what a lovely pressie for someone who likes cakes. You are so clever!!!xx

  4. Hi
    The cups are smaller than the half pint cups. I haven’t tried making a mini bouquet but I think you can use a polystyrene ball and toothpicks for that style.

  5. Hi, I was wondering what size cups those are that your using for the cupcake bouquets? Also have you ever tried making minis and what size cups would you use and how many would be able to fit?
    Thank you

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