Cake Suport Systems?

Decorating By CiNoRi Updated 15 Mar 2010 , 1:21am by leah_s

CiNoRi Posted 14 Mar 2010 , 10:02pm
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Hi all,

I am doing my first wedding cake later this year... and im trying to plan ahead
Up until now all the stacked cakes i ave done are smaller 2 to 3 tiered cakes. I usually use just the cardboard circles & dowels... It gets by... but thats about it. I am looking to purchase a good cake support system. Traveling for one, with the cake never really works...and this wedding cake will be really large, - 5 to 6 tiers possible. and all in all i want a good support system to use from now on.

This wedding cake will probably be round tiers...but i want to purchase a set up that is versatile... where i can build on/ add to it as i go.

All in all im really clueless on what to look for in a good set up...so any and all input & recommendations would be great.

Also, I just ran across a system online called "Cakestackers", anyone ever use them? Any good? worth it?

Thanks as always!
I look forward to your help icon_wink.gif

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leah_s Posted 15 Mar 2010 , 1:21am
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SPS.
Disposable. Nothing to return, nothing to keep track of.
Cheap. Build the cost into the price of the cake.
Easy. Simple to use.
Sturdy. You can stack and transport as much as you can lift.

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