Bachelorette Party Cupcakes

Bachelorette Pary Cupcakes |

We’re in our new ‘again’ hometown today for an extra special occasion!

My favorite brother-in-law is getting married to an amazing girl that I am so excited to call my sister tomorrow.

Aren’t they so cute!?

Tyler and Chelsea

Our whole family is in the wedding party. I’m a bridesmaid, my husband is the best man and our little Liam is a ring bearer. It’s going to be pretty precious!

Well, a few weeks ago we all traveled to the mountains of South Carolina for an overnight bachelorette party! I made these cupcakes to the maid-of-honor’s specifications: red and black and beautiful!

I think we succeeded. 🙂

Bachelorette Pary Cupcakes |

The bustiers are made of fondant and you can see the details in the GIF below. So fun and easy!


I love all of the sparkle and shine. Plus, I think they’re just risqué enough for a bride-to-be and sparkly enough to let loose and have fun!

Let her eat cupcakes!

And don’t bother smiling for the camera after eating these. It won’t be pretty. 😉

Bachelorette Pary Cupcakes |

So, for any of you helping celebrate a bride-to-be, these are the cupcakes for you!

Happy Wedding Day tomorrow, Tyler & Chelsea! I can’t wait to celebrate with you both!

Bachelorette Pary Cupcakes |

Bachelorette Party Cupcakes



  1. Follow the GIF to create the black fondant bustiers using the circle cutters.
  2. Outline the fondant bustiers with the red royal icing, filling in with the black sparkle icing.
  3. Place the sprinkles on the royal icing and gently sprinkle some edible glitter on top.
  4. Allow the fondant to dry for at least 24 hours (or up to 5 days).
  5. Bake the cupcakes and make the frosting according to the instructions from the links above.
  6. Place the fondant bustiers on top and serve!

Note: If you’re not serving immediately, you’ll need to refrigerate these cupcakes in an air tight container because of the cream cheese frosting.

Royal Icing



  1. Stir the meringue powder, powdered sugar and water together until combined.
  2. Stir in enough food coloring to get it the correct color of red.
  3. Place in a pastry bag with a small round tip for decorating.
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