With princess theme birthday parties a big hit with little girls, a princess castle cake is a great design to have in your collection. It’s even become a cool new theme for young ladies’ 21st birthday cakes!
Castle cakes work with great with either round or square cakes and you can use cylinders of fondant, fondant-covered mini swiss rolls or even ice-cream cones to create the turrets. You can add as much or as little decoration as you like.
Cuppy and Cake have created our feature cake above as part of a fabulous party sweet table display, in pink for the party princess of course.
Handpainted cakes expert, Natasha Collins of Nevie Pie Cakes has waved her magic paintbrush again and created this beautiful flower-covered palace for a little princess. On the right, Ilusiona Cakes have created a medieval tower complete with gilded gold castellations but in soft pastels for a playful cake design.
Jill Foster specialises in creating and decorating cakes with candy, sweets and confectionery and below we have a perfect example of one of her candy crafted cakes (left). On the right, The Crafty Kitchen UK has created a beautiful princess castle with beautiful details and finish.
Disney figures, including Snow White, Sleeping Beauty and friends, make a great addition to the fairytale castle below left by All About Cake, UK.
On the right, Sandra Monger adds a landscape design on the bottom tier to add extra interest to her wonderful princess castle cake. You’ll find the full directions for Sandra’s cake in DK Step-by-Step Cake Decorating.
A wonderful depiction of a medieval castle fit for a prince and princess below by by McGreevy Cakes.
A whimsical castle in pink covered in blossoms and butterflies from Johnniekake via Flickr (below left) and on the right, a fantastic re-creation of the Disneyland castle by Cuteology Cakes.
Pretty details abound in the two spectacular princess castle cakes below via DecoFacil.net (left) and The Sugarcraft Emporium (right).
Metallic effects add an enchanting touch to the magical fairytale castle below from the Brighton Cake Company/Willow & Bloom Cakes (left), with a spell-binding white chocolate creation (right) via Disney Fairytale Weddings.
Gilded gold detailing adds her signature finery to the beautiful princess castle cake below left by Dee’s Sweet Surprises and on the right, a fantastic medieval castle cake creation from Doric Cake Crafts.
Another terrific castle cake perfect for a joint birthday party for a boy and girl with a princess in her castle and a pirate ship in the moat in an imaginative design by Kingfisher Cakes (below left). On the right, Cuppie Cakes (via Flickr) have created an enchanting castle castle with fabulous little details for a charming cake design.
On the right, CForCupcake (via Flickr) have created this whimsical marshmallow castle, straight out of a little girl’s dream.
Another dramatic re-creation of the Disneyland castle in cake this time by Artylicious Cakes, including a spectacular fireworks display in the background.
The Royal Bakery have created this beautiful castle cake below for Princess Hello Kitty (with inspiration from Yummy Cupcakes & Sugarbelle Cakes). You’ll find a tutorial on how to make the the little princess kitty and the topiary trees right here: Hello kitty tutorial and topiary tree tutorial.
Learn how to create a charming prince and beautiful princess cake toppers for your castle cake with Rosie Cake-Diva in her online class with Craftsy: Playful Cake Toppers.
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- Book Cakes
- Puppy Dog Cakes
- Kitten & Cat Cakes
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