I'm making mini cakes (2 tier). I haven't decided on the exact size, but the lower tier will be less than 4 inches wide and the upper tier less than 2 inches wide. They will be torted and filled.
Do I need to put in dowels and a tiny board as support or should they be okay because they are so small?
I think you will be OK without support since the top tier won't be heavy. I have mage a 2 tier with the top being 4" and didn't support is, it was fine. Not sure about the board though. I might put something just to seperate the tiers
Are they going to be 4" high cakes?
Those suckers are going to be a pain, I wish you luck and plenty of patience!
A sfor the dowels, I might depending on the filling (fruit fillingd and cream fillings like to slide around) and I would use a cake board for easier serving.
Bless your heart! I hate working with those tiny little monsters! lol
You def don't need them for support, but I may would put one in the center to keep the top tier from falling off... may be easier to work with the little stinkers that way too. I HATE 4" cakes!!!!! lol
Thanks!! I'll post pics.