Present the bride with two sets of towels in style. A wedding towel cake makes a great decoration at a bridal shower and is sure to bring lots of smiles. Perfect centerpiece... add some bridal confetti on the table for that extra sparkle.
It is also very simple to make.
Materials and Tools: Towel Sets - 2 bath towels, 2 hand towels and 2 wash cloths. Satin Ribbon- #3 or #5 widths. Any color (130 inches) Faux Rose petals- Any color (1 bag of 100)... (I find them at dollar stores or party stores. Sometimes at Walmart) Silk Roses or other flowers- Any color Double sided tape Sharp Scissors Measuring Tape or Ruler
Step 1. Roll the Towels Fold each hand towel in half lengthwise twice. Start with one end and roll the towels up as shown. Set aside. Repeat this process with the wash cloths. Fold each bath towel in half lengthwise and repeat the folding until the width of the towel is roughly 6". Roll the two towels together in the same way as the hand towels. You should now have the three layers of the "cake."
Step 2. Add the Ribbon Cut the satin ribbon into 60", 40" and 30" lengths. Tie the large piece around the bath towels as shown. Repeat for the other two cake layers. When complete, stack the cake layers starting with the largest layer at the bottom.
Step 3. Add the Details Once the layers are stacked, move the cake to the final location or on a round cardboard cake holder you can find at craft store. Cut stems of roses or flowers off to leave a few inches and tuck it on top of the cake. Take off the stems on remaining flowers & using double sided tape... tape flowers on the layers. Sprinkle petals on layers & around the base on the table.