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How to Make Engagement Sugar Cookies for a Bridal Shower

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My best friend of 25 years is getting married in just a few months so I had to make some engagement sugar cookies/bridal shower cookies for her.

She is semi-eloping in Hawaii so her bachelorette and bridal shower were kind of combined into one party. We had a ton of fun getting dressed up in our little black dresses, eating a fancy brunch, and sampling wine in Woodinville, Washington.

If you haven’t been able to check out Woodinville Wine Country, it’s a beautiful area in the Pacific Northwest chock full of wineries. With over 130 wineries, it is the best way to find the perfect wine for you. My favorite winery was Chateau St. Michelle, so beautiful. We had a table on the grass and enjoyed the last few days of summer sun will sipping white blends and champagne.

So without further ado, here’s the tutorial for how to make engagement ring cookies, one of the six designs I made for the set.

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Part 1: Gathering the Supplies for the Engagement Sugar Cookies

To decorate these engagement ring cookies, you will want to gather:

Part 2: Baking the Cookies and Setting up the Icing Bags

  1. Roll, cut out, and bake your sugar cookies according to the recipe.
  2. Make your buttercream icing and separate it into four bowls:
    • Put about a quarter cup of buttercream into one bowl and color that light pink.
    • Put another quarter cup into a bowl and color that a darker pink.
    • Put another quarter cup into a bowl and color that green.
    • The remaining buttercream will remain undyed.
  3. Set up your icing bags as follows:
    • Place a coupler into each of the four bags and then add your buttercream to the bags. You do not need to add the tips yet.
  4. To make the luster powder paint, pour about a teaspoon of luster powder into a small dish. Add a few drops of either vanilla extract or vodka and mix with a paint brush.

Part 3: Making the Engagement Ring Cookies

Check out the video above to see how these engagement ring cookies come together and then use the step-by-step photo tutorial below when you’re ready to decorate.

How to Make Engagement Ring Sugar Cookies

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  1. Attach the tip #5 to the white frosting and fill in the entire cookie. You can be sloppy here! pipe the buttercream sloppily onto the cookie
  2. Using the palette knife or your preferred smoothing method, smooth the buttercream frosting. smooth the buttercream with a palette knife
  3. Remove the tip #5 and replace it with the tip #2 to draw the outline of the engagement ring. Pro tip: Use the palette knife to fix any wonky lines, especially when piping circles. pipe the engagement ring outline
  4. Paint the metal part of the engagement ring with the luster powder paint. Since the buttercream hasn’t had a chance to crust yet, be careful to press gently when painting. paint luster powder paint onto the buttercream engagement ring cookies with luster paint
  5. Attach the tip #103 to the light pink frosting and pipe a small rose. If you aren’t sure how to pipe a rose, check out my tutorial for piping roses. piping a rose bud onto the cookie piping a rose bud onto the cookie piping a rose onto the engagement sugar cookies
  6. Remove the tip #103 from the light pink bag, rinse it in hot water and dry with a paper towel and then attach it to the dark pink frosting. Pipe another small rose. two roses on an engagement ring cookie
  7. Attach the Wilton #366 to the green piping bag and pipe out some green leaves. Remember to hold the leaf tip so that the “V” cutouts are on the sides of the piping tip. piping leaves onto the engagement sugar cookies
  8. Replace the #366 with the tip #2. Make sure to rinse and dry the tip #2 from when you used it with the white frosting first. Pipe a vine along the bottom of the cookie. piping a vine onto the floral engagement ring cookies
  9. Replace the #2 with the #352 leaf tip and pipe small leaves onto the vine. adding small leaves to the engagement ring sugar cookies for bridal shower cookies

These are just the prettiest engagement ring cookies. I give major props to the cookie cutter since it includes a spot for pretty florals. I also love the addition of the metallic paint for a more realistic appearance.

Save the Tutorial for These Bridal Shower Cookies For Later

Make sure to save this engagement sugar cookies tutorial for your upcoming bridal shower parties! Use the image below to pin it to your wedding board on Pinterest. Alternatively, use any of the social share icons on the top of the page to share it to your favorite social media site.

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