Dress up these 27 Cakes
It’s not a wedding without a cake. Here’s the best cakes and treats paired with Heigl’s infamous 27 dresses. Time to get the girls together for the ultimate cake party. And don’t forget to don that awful bridesmaid’s dress still hanging in the back of your closet. Now you really can wear it again!
Fairy Cake. It’s a thing. It’s just an even smaller versions of cupcakes, popular in the UK and apparently, for those of us really concerned about portion control.
Here’s a yummy recipe from House and Garden
This pink and purple satin ruffle, heart-shaped cake is the most tasteful satin we’ve yet to see. Get the recipe from CocoCakeLand.
We may be deviating from the cake trend, but hey, these red velvet truffles are just as scrumptious.
All the Ruffles
Don’t have a bridesmaid’s dress? No worries. There are some beautiful traditions in other bridal cultures. Pick your favorite theme and join in! And how cute are these kokeshi girl cookies? They were made from teddy bear cookie cutters. Head over to the crazy talented queen of sugar cookies, Sweet Sugarbelle, for a tutorial. It’s easier than you’d think. But if you’re prone to Pinterest fails, you may just wanna go store-bought.
The Great South
If there’s one thing the South does right, it’s pies. For the best party option, try these Easy Pecan Pie Bars courtesy of Sugar Apron.
Got the Blues
Always a bridesmaid but never a bride? No need to get the blues. Time to stuff your face with Blue Velvet Cupcakes–red velvet’s slightly sappier cousin.
Yeah, this may be a given. But don’t conform to just any yellow cake. Here’s a simple recipe using a yellow cake mix to make blondies as bright as Heigl’s sunshine ensemble.
Keep it classy with a black and white treat. Check out these adorable Strawberry Tuxes or dip some oreos in white almond bark and call it good.