Turn tea time into dessert hour with these sweet and tangy cupcakes.
What you'll need: zester ($13, )
The frosting and cupcake flavors are completely up to you — choose from vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, carrot, and more.
Strawberry shortcake is a springtime must-have. Avoid the mess of slicing cake by making individual cupcakes for your party guests.
You can never have too much of a good thing, at least in this case. Garnish these light and fluffy cupcakes with lemon slices and a pinch of lavender.
Toasted coconut makes the perfect bed for these little candy-coated birds.
Although they look real (look at that detail!), these carrot toppers are made with marzipan and parsley stems. That's one way to surprise your guests.
Here's proof that you can have your pie and eat it too — in cupcake form.
What you'll need: kitchen torch ($28, )
Your favorite 90s snack has officially been outmatched by these gooey, marshmallow-covered cupcakes.
Add a few more friends to your table with these cute chicks. They're almost too precious to eat.
These cupcakes are layered with chocolate on top of chocolate ... on top of chocolate. No complaints here.
Uh oh, it looks like the Easter bunny took a tumble. At least this is after the epic egg hunt from earlier in the day.
What you'll need: bunny feet decorations ($5, )
Intimidated by elaborate cupcake decorations? Just sprinkle a colorful assortment of sugary-sweet jelly beans and call it a day.
Put down your gardening tools and pick up your hand mixer to create these adorable, kid-friendly treats.
What you'll need: mini clay pots ($8, )
The floral notes of the rose-infused frosting really balance out the tart taste of the fresh blackberries.
No Hubba Bubba here. Get crafty with balloons, gelatins, and the liquid food color of your choice to your very own bubbles.
What you'll need: balloons ($10, )