The Wedding Gown cookie cutter. A popular shape that every cookie decorator has worked with. The Ann Clark Dress cutter is a really nice one. Some dress shapes look very odd to me, like the bust is just way to bulbous and huge, and it doesn’t even LOOK like a dress.
The creative people at Ann Clark wanted a few different “stories” with the gown cookie shape.
First up is “Prom”. They had their own design sketched out for me, the black/turquoise/purple one, but I searched for “prom trends” and came up with metallic gold, red, peplums, white, and high slits. So the other dresses were created and inspired from a few young celebrity dresses I found online.
I used the airbrush and a bit of hand painted gold on the gold and black dress.
The next theme they requested was “Disney Princess” gowns. These are based on the Ann Clark creatives sketches.
Can you guess which princesses these dress inspirations belong to?
The final theme was Wedding. The very basic white dress as sketched and directed by Ann Clark, and the floral gown.
They had the idea that you could use the gown cookie to create a floral bouquet…I’m not so sure that it really happens when you turn the dress upside down…
I DO think it looks like a very awesome Haute Couture wedding gown.
What’s your favorite?