Help With Sizes..

Decorating By FromScratch Updated 24 Oct 2007 , 10:08pm by kakeladi

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FromScratch Posted 24 Oct 2007 , 8:52pm
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This cake was sent to me by my friend. I am making her wedding cake. I wanted to get some thoughts on the sizes. I was thinking 6-10-14? Does that sound right to you? I was thinking maybe 4-8-12, but the top tier looks bigger than 4".. especially after looking at my dummies. TIA!!
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indydebi Posted 24 Oct 2007 , 9:19pm
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regardless of what's in the picture, how many people is she expecting? If she's expecting 100, then I'd go with 14/10/6 (which is what I use for 100 guests).

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FromScratch Posted 24 Oct 2007 , 9:53pm
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I am more looking into specifics on thsi cake so I can better explain things to her. To me this cake looks like 6-10-14 so if she needs less servings I can explain to her how it will change her cake. She said she needed a cake for 80 people. Her wedding isn't until May so we have loads of time to work out the specifics, but I like to be prepared. I want to make sure that I am seeing thing right so I can better guide her.

She said that she has been "stuck on this cake" (her words) so I don't want to burst her bubble when the proportions are exact and I want to make sure that my brain is seeing it right.. if that makes any sense. I have been making halloween costumes and helping my mom fold tax bills (she'e the tax collector for her town) so my brain is total MUSH.

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kakeladi Posted 24 Oct 2007 , 10:08pm
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I think you might be right, but it is very hard to tell from a pic. Once a gal posted a pic & asked what the sizes were and everyone guessed.........WRONG.
It happened to be a mini - something like 2, 5, 7 and most of us guessed 6,10, 14icon_smile.gif

I agree you need to work from how many servings she needs.
Stack up cake pans or styro to show the size. Really works goodicon_smile.gif

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