Paris Cake Topper and Confetti

Paris Cake Topper and Confetti

Paris is without a doubt one of my favorite cities to visit. Paul and I traveled to Paris last October for a wedding and it was honestly one of the most magical trips I’ve been on. However, had I had this illustrated travel guide, “Paris in Stride: An Insider’s Walking Guide”, I’m positive my trip would have been even more wonderful! Written by Jessie Kanelos Weiner and Sarah Moroz, two passionate ex-pats who give you an insider’s scoop on the best things to see, eat, do, and experience in their adopted city! The best part about this book is the dreamy watercolor illustrations. It’s full of detailed walking maps, sites, restaurants and so much more by Jessie Kanelos Weiner! We wanted to give you a taste of her beautiful artwork so we’re offering the most charming Paris Cake Topper and Confetti, illustrated by Jessie herself, for your next soiree!

Download the free templates today!

“Divided into seven comprehensive walking tours that weave the musts into a considerably richer tapestry of lesser-known but equally compelling destinations, this practical guide will transport readers to a Paris only real residents usually experience: out-of-the-way winding streets, neighborhood cafés in which to linger, historical sites, interesting galleries, vibrant outdoor markets, and the kind of authentic and timeless places that one hopes to find when imagining a visit to Paris.” HELLO. We all need this book!
Paris Cake Topper and Confetti
Paris Cake Topper and Confetti

 

Paris Cake Topper and Confetti

We love all the components of this cake topper. It really is Paris on a cake! You could also make cupcakes and top each one with a different Parisian scene.

Materials: 

Paris in Stride printable Paris and confetti templates

  • Heavy-duty white cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun
  • Bamboo skewers
  • 1 8-inch cake

Paris Cake Topper and Confetti

Instructions:

  1. Print out the templates on heavy-duty white card stock.
  2. Cut out shapes using scissors.
  3. For the cake topper, place a bamboo skewer in the middle of the back side of each Paris shape and adhere with hot glue.
  4. Stick each Paris shape into the cake and artfully assemble.
  5. Decorate the table with the French flag and Metro ticket confetti.

Paris Cake Topper and Confetti

Paris Cake Topper and Confetti

Photography by Jane Merritt

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    Would love to have the templates! But it won’t let me! My Birthday is July 14 Bastille Day! Is there anyway to still get them?

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    I tried to sign up to receive your newsletter and it didn’t work – it said to contact the site administrator

  3. Gorgeous!! I made a chocolate Swiss roll cake today and it looked so dull sitting on the plate, so I printed this, glued it to an old cereal box and cut the figures put- it looked sensational! Thank you so much for transforming my boring roll into a Parisian spectacular!

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