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When designing your realistic cupcake bouquets it is good to have these four elements included.  

Statement, height, intricate and textured flowers.

For example if you were to pipe a 7 or a 12 cupcake bouquet you would include:

7 Cupcake Bouquet

  • 1 Statement Flower
  • 2 Height Flowers
  • 2 Intricate Flowers
  • 2 Textured Flowers 

12 Cupcake Bouquet

  • 3 Statement Flowers
  • 3 Height Flowers
  • 3 Intricate Flowers
  • 3 Textured Flowers

I have categorised all of my buttercream flowers into these four elements to make it easier for you to choose which flowers to purchase.

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Statement Flowers

These are your large flowers that are the focal point of your cupcake bouquets. I would only recommend having one variety of statement flower in your bouquet.

1. Because it is very hard to squeeze more than one variety of statement flowers into your bouquet structure.
2. Because generally speaking the statement flowers use more buttercream. More cost to you. Keeps your costs down.

Note: you always load your statement flowers last into your cupcake bouquet structure, so you don’t crush the petals as they are the larger of all the flowers.

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Height Flowers

If you look at any real flower bouquets I would be very surprised if there wasn’t some sort of ‘height’ flowers in that arrangement. For example there will probably be eucalyptus, Buddleias, ferns.

Because I aim for realism, this is why I incorporate height into most of my cupcake bouquets. Again, I generally only put one variety of height flowers into my cupcake bouquet. I have been known to do two lots but I then get myself in a tizzy as to where to place them.

Intricate Flowers

Because you have the large statement flower and the tall flowers or foliage for height you then need to add some detail into the next variety of flowers.

This will include any buttercream flowers that have either buds, mini flowers, blossom or more than one detailed flower on one cupcake. For example mini roses with buds. Mini sunflowers, semi open tulips with buds. I personally always call these my busy cupcakes.

Textured Flowers

Best described at the buttercream flowers that look ‘fluffy’. You need to add some texture to your cupcake bouquets and the texture is a crucial element. It makes the customer almost want to touch them.


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Buy The Wrapping Bundle

The Wrapping Bundle contains –

  • ALL 5 wrapping tutorials – 7, 12, 19, 24 & 30 cupcake bouquet wrapping tutorials
  • Downloadable PDF layout document for your bouquets.

Once purchased you can learn at your own pace, in your own time, in the comfort of your own home.

Alternatively you will see each one of the wrapping tutorials sold individually below…

Wrapping Assembly Tutorials

Learn how to assemble and wrap your cupcake bouquets in 3, 7, 12, 19, 24 & 30.

Need to learn just my layouts? 

If you have purchased a wrapping tutorial elsewhere, but would still like my layouts PDF it is now available here as a standalone product. 

(Please note this DOES NOT include a wrapping tutorial)

The Taylor Made Way Buttercream Recipe

Would you like to know how I make my buttercream and cupcakes? You can download the video for free with any other purchase or you can watch on YouTube here.

Tips and Tricks of the Taylor Made Trade

Would you like to know how I achieve my colours, or how I photograph my cakes? Maybe you would like to watch some example courses for FREE? 

Looking for help with something else?

I have written lots of blogs on what equipment I use, business tips, how to choose your colours and how important it is to value your cakes properly. 

Need help purchasing & accessing your online courses?

Not sure how to purchase your online courses? Need some technical help with accessing them?

Take a look at our ‘How to’ here

The Legal Bit

What are the ‘rules’ about mentioning Taylor Made Cakes when using flowers and designs as part of your business?

I would be so happy for you to start your business using my flower tutorials, after all, sharing my passion for design and baking is what my business is all about! I have over 1000 professional bakers making my designs and using them in their own beautiful bouquets and individual cupcakes.  However, teaching my designs as your own, for your own gain, for social media reach, website interaction, brand awareness or for financial benefit, is a breach of copyright under my artistic works. If you are unsure about what constitutes a breach of copyright please contact myself or the team for more information.

I will follow any and all incidents and findings to the maximum of the copyright law.

Due to the nature of copyright applicable to online tutorials it is not possible to transfer the ownership of a purchased tutorial to any other recipient. Please ensure that all purchases (including purchases made redeeming gift vouchers) are made through the applicable account email only.

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