How to Make a Krispy Kreme Wedding Cake

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Wedding cakes are the centre of attention at weddings. A traditional wedding cake is expensive and requires much planning and coordination. Instead, create a funky inexpensive wedding cake using Krispy Kreme doughnuts. It will be a unique addition to your wedding that will give guests something to talk about. A doughnut cake is an emerging trend in weddings where couples want to be frugal but memorable. This article will explain how to make a two-tier Krispy Kreme wedding cake.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • 3 dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts
  • 2-tier cake stand
  • Paper doily
  • 2 cups buttercream icing (optional)
  • Ribbon and flowers for decoration
  • Cake topper

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Instructions

    Make a Krispy Kremecake

  1. 1

    Prepare cake stand by placing the paper doily in the centre of each tier of the cake stand.

  2. 2

    Place the doughnuts in a pyramid-like structure. Start with a ring of seven or eight doughnuts. Use buttercream icing to create a stronger structure. Spread icing on the doughnuts and stack more doughnuts on each layer as you work upward.

  3. 3

    Divide the number of doughnuts in half and place them equally on both layers.

  4. 4

    Complete the cake by placing the cake topper carefully on top of the doughnuts in the top layer of your doughnut cake.

  5. 5

    Decorate the cake by tying ribbon around the doughnuts for a complete look. You can also place fresh or icing flowers around the cake for a traditional look.

Tips and warnings

  • Instead of creating a pyramid structure, you can also stack an equal number of doughnuts in a tower-like structure.
  • Cut your doughnut cake carefully so that the doughnuts do not topple over.

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