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Edible Peacock Feathers - Cake and Cupcake Toppers

Updated on June 20, 2014

Edible Peacock Themed Cake and Cupcake Toppers For Any Peacock Themed Party

So you are planning on hosting a peacock themed party and you are really excited about baking your own goodies for the get together. You can give your treats that extra special touch by using edible peacock feathers. This way your desserts are more in tune to the theme of the party and your guests are sure to love them. Peacock themed parties are slowly but surely growing in popularity and there are many vendors out there who are selling peacock themed party supplies. You can always get good reasonable discounts online, and this is where this page hopes to help you out -- by bringing the best of online offers right onto your screen for edible peacock feather toppers. Use these edible peacock feathers in any way you find suitable - for example, you can use them on any type of desserts (and not just on cakes), you can use it on your wedding cake (if it's a peacock themed wedding party that you're hosting), or you can even give them away as favors.

Edible Peacock Feathers

Of all peacock themed wedding cake toppers, the ones which are shaped like a peacock feather are the most bestselling. And why should not they be? They are pretty to look at and they also take up less space on a cake or cupcake as opposed to an actual full peacock cake topper. You can arrange them on cakes and cupcakes in a number of ways. For example, you can put them right at the top or get creative and use them at random places on the cake or cupcake. The decision is of course left to you. Here are some gorgeous looking edible peacock feather cake and cupcake toppers.

The pictures here show how the edible peacock feathers can be used to decorate your cake or cupcakes. You can use a single feather for a cupcake or combine a number of feathers together and place them on a cake as shown above. The myriad of colors just add beauty to the entire dessert.

It's always best to use edible peacock feather toppers if there are kids in the party, because that way you don't have to worry about any choking hazards taking place. You can also pack these peacock feather toppers in nice peacock themed favor boxes and hand them over to your guests. They will love it! Also, another thing to keep in mind is to go according to the color palette of your peacock themed wedding. If you're hosting a purple themed peacock wedding theme, then you might want to use edible peacock feathers that come in those shades. This brings a lot of synchronization to the whole setting.

Edible peacock feathers can be used for any type of peacock themed party -- wedding, birthday party, or just about any type of peacock themed get-together. These cake decorations are sure to brighten the food settings up at your party, the colors are as such. The beauty of these edible peacock feathers is that they more or less appear like real peacock feathers. So go ahead and surprise your guests by telling them that what they are seeing can actually be consumed!

How long will these edible peacock feathers last?

If you are worried about giving them away as part of favors, then don't fret. Most edible peacock feathers for cakes and cupcakes are made to order and can be used for around 4 months after purchase. This will give your guests enough time to enjoy their goodies.

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      Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

      Mmm unique and one I hadn't heard of these edible cake décor. I save in with my recipes ;take care and have a wonderful weekend.

      Eddy.

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      Kalpana Iyer 5 years ago from India

      Yes they are, aren't they! :)

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      Kalpana Iyer 5 years ago from India

      Hi Denise! Thanks for the wonderful comment. I am a big fan of peacocks too because I am from India and I stumbled upon the whole theme by chance. Can never get enough of them.

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      RTalloni 5 years ago from the short journey

      Edible peacock feathers--fun stuff! :)

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      Denise Handlon 5 years ago from North Carolina

      Wow-I love this hub and this idea! Peacocks are a symbol of Krishna, so they are very special to me. This is a wonderful decoration that I am very interested in ordering. I'm curious--how in the world did you discover this? It's a wonderful piece and I'm hitting UP/I/U/B/A and sharing. Thanks-Very cool!

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      Mary Hyatt 5 years ago from Florida

      I have not heard of this great idea of using peacock feathers to decorate cakes, etc. I'm always looking for new and different ways to decorate cakes.

      I voted this Hub up, and will share.

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