We needed to figure out how to make whale cake pops and come up with a display. We were given the graphics for the party to get us started. Molly came up the idea to paint a box pink and white and do paper waves in navy and bright blue.
The whales took some trial and error. At first we were making the tail too long so the pop wasn't balanced on the stick. We finally shortened them up and used a heart sprinkle as the tail. Then we used black sprinkles for the eyes and drew the mouth.
We liked different shades of blue sprinkles for the balls but added some white as it reminded us of the white tipped ocean waves.
Now we had one last problem. The party was in Nashville and we are in Kansas City. To top it off, we are experiencing one of the hottest summers on record. This meant we needed to figure out the best way to ship cake pops in 100 + degree heat.
We decided overnight shipping was a must to beat the heat. We used a small box lined with foil, tissue paper and a double layer of bubble wrap. We also wrapped the cake pops in bubble wrap and put even more if it in between the layers of pops. Once that was all sealed up we placed it in a larger box with newspaper around it along with the display. In it went to the deep freeze for 24 hours. I took it to the post office at the last minute to ensure those whales wouldn't melt!
We shipped extra pops as well so Michelle styled them in Mason Jars. Mason Jars are always a great & simple way to display cake pops!
Here are a few more pics. We loved being a part of this party! Check out our facebook page to see more of our work!