She asked for a Frozen cake for her last birthday, I made a simple 3 tier sponge with a light blue layer in the middle, then made a light blue fondant to cover the cake, and topped it off with white chocolate snowflakes.
Just melt the chocolate, place in a piping bag allow to cool a little and then under a sheet of baking parchment place some printed off snowflakes and pipe the shape on top of the parchment, use a little chocolate or butter cream to stick them on the cake.
I made a frozen cake - 3 different colour layers, sparkly pale blue buttercream all over, with shards of blue ice (isomalt sheet which I shattered) on the top - added birthday girls little figurines. That could work with assorted princesses. Unless you are a whizz at making models then princesses are very difficult - especially the adult versions (I did see some toddler princess figures on Pinterest which looked a bit more doable) so I would say that plastic figurines would be the way to go.
I love the idea of the clear gel, blue rainbow cake (dd asked for that too but I did one for her 1st b.day so this is a good twist!) and the piped snowflakes - thank you all!
I think figurines are a must. I've seen a couple and think I will order those first for size checking. I think I will attempt a castle behind them and use the clear gel. Does anyone have a simple castle hack (not holding my breath but hoping pouring clear gel into ice/cake mould might work?) TIA
It could happen! However dd has been asking to wear her Elsa dress daily since last September (esp in snow) and we're on to the second one for this reason. She is obsessed and wants me to figure out how she gets 'ice powers' sadly doesn't want the power of kindness as I suggested instead
I did a plain white cake & coloured the fondant light blue to make lettering of DD's name, and her age. Then had the figurines on top. I was also going to add rice paper snowflakes but couldn't find where I hid the damn things. So they're lurking somewhere in the house....