Upside Down Wedding Cakes

Decorating By SugarHighCakes Updated 13 Aug 2009 , 6:14am by soygurl

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SugarHighCakes Posted 31 Jul 2009 , 1:20am
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Hi! I want to make an upside down wedding cake...I basically have an idea how it should be down structurally..

But does anybody have any instuctions...ideas...diagrams..tips or hints that would help? Or, a website I could go to? I cant seem to find any informations and I KNOW somebody here can help.

Thanks in advance!

Heather

Here is a picture of what I was thinking...
http://www.pieceofcakedesserts.com/images/wedding157.jpg

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Rylan Posted 31 Jul 2009 , 1:24am
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I would suggest you build a stand. Something that looks like an upside down cupcake stand.

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Abbiedal Posted 31 Jul 2009 , 11:42am
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just out of curiosity is the very bottom a cake dummy? It looks like a lot of weight on that small cake

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Abbiedal Posted 31 Jul 2009 , 11:43am
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just out of curiosity is the very bottom a cake dummy? It looks like a lot of weight on that small cake

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Rylan Posted 31 Jul 2009 , 3:16pm
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It can be made of real cake. The cake itself isn't supporting the upper tiers, it's the support system.

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SugarHighCakes Posted 12 Aug 2009 , 10:06pm
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I figured it was the support system..which is why I was curious at different methods. what is the best/easiest way to go about the supports?

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soygurl Posted 13 Aug 2009 , 6:14am
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I bet it would work with the SPS... Just uses very sturdy cut-to-fit circles under each cake, and then use the SPS plate the exact size of the cake it's being pushed into, instead of having it fit the cake it will be supporting. Does that make sense? So for the bottom tier (6" cake?) use a 6" SPS plate, and place the next tier (8"? 9") on top, with the edges hanging over. icon_confused.gif

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