This…cake…was…AMAZING! Bethel Bakery is THE best! I told them exactly what I wanted and they nailed it! We got a white almond batter, white chocolate mousse filling, disco dust (the rainbow sparkle dust), and scroll work.
I fell in love with some pretty fancy Communion invitations I saw on Etsy. But being the crafty person I am, I knew I could do it myself for way cheaper than $8 a card!
Lace – Etsy
Mini Rosaries – Etsy
Silver Glitter scrapbook paper – Pat Catan’s
White Ribbon – Pat Catans
Jewel Embellishments – Michael’s
Printed Pearl paper – thru my professional lab
Glue Dots – Pat Catans
Tape – Walmart
Paper Trimmer (not pictured)
Hot Glue gun (not pictured)
I ordered 5×7 press cards thru my pro lab and got them with a pearl finish. This might be the only tricky part you may encounter if doing these yourself. Mpix is a professional lab for consumers and they MIGHT have pearl press cards, but I can’t be sure. I took the silver glitter scrapbook paper and cut it just a little bit bigger than 5×7 so it would make a nice border around the pearl card. Take your printed card and wrap lace around it, the ends being on the back. I used tape to tape it onto the back to hold it in place. I then took a piece of plain white ribbon and did the same thing. I had pre cut a bunch of them so I could just grab and not measure. I had pre made bows using the white ribbon as well. I used hot glue to glue the bow onto the ribbon. I then used glue dots to attached the printed card onto the glitter paper. I added the crystal embellishments to the curves on her name and boom, done.
Melt the chocolate which ever way you prefer. I used the double boil method for this. Once the chocolate is melted, cover the pretzel rod in the chocolate and lay on wax paper to start drying. When they are semi dry, sprinkle with decorations.
Put them in the freezer for 3 minutes to finish drying. When done, bag and tie!