Saskatoon Non-Profit Organization, the princess shop, is hosting its seventh annual cupcake contest virtually.

MNP’s ‘Dress It Up’ cupcake contest involves six different bakers creating mini-cupcakes for attendees.

The flavors and appearance of the candies are inspired by a dress given to them on the store shelf.

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The program will feature the bakers, why they designed their cupcake the way they did, and will include past graduates of The Princess Shop programs.

“We have all been on Zoom for so long, so many times. It’s hard to make an event fun and interactive. [but] I think, I mean, I’m personally biased, but I think we’ve struck a great balance of that,” said Kelsey Murphy, CEO of The Princess Shop.

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Anyone who wants to join the sugary event can find tickets at their website or brilliant event.

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A regular ticket is $20 and includes cupcakes and the virtual event.

The holder of an upgraded ticket will also receive a box of artisan sausages from The Prairie Shepherd, and a cup and pump of hot cocoa from a soon-to-be-announced local business.

Another option is a pay-advance ticket that gives the ticket proceeds to a Princess Graduate.

People can pick up their cupcakes at Station 20 West or have them shipped to you, for an extra charge.

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Attendees can taste the cupcakes in the comfort of their home before voting.

There are three categories to vote for: Best Overall, Best Taste, and Best Dress Match.

All proceeds from the event will go to The Princess Shop’s. programs.

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