I have a tiffany gift box cake for this weekend and I need it to feed 60ppl there are 2 different flavor cakes and fillings. so 2 boxes needed.....my question what size pans that will come close having them proportioned.
I would suggest two 8" cakes. Each one that is 4" tall will serve 32 ppl.
You could also do one 11"x11"x4" and just do each half of the cake a different flav/filling combo.
Forgot to say my serving size is 1x2x4. It sounds small, but cake is a dessert not a meal. It is actually a nice size serving for dessert.
I was thinking 2 8 in but would that look silly stacked.
ok I think I am confused now...
Are you looking for two seperate cakes or are you looking for one cake with two flavors?
If you have 2 - 8" cakes that are 2" deep stacked that will give you a cake height of 4". If you make two of these square cakes then you will have a total of 64 servings.
Others may dissagree but I think as long as the cakes is square or rectangle, at least 4" tall. If it is colored blue with the white bow then it looks like a tiffany's box to me.