MoonicaLeigh Posted 31 Aug 2005 , 12:38pm
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I have a question for everyone. In different competitions, fairs, and such. How do you know when you decorate your table or just put your cake where they tell you? I am getting ready to enter my first cake in our State Fair. I don't see anything in the rules. icon_cry.gif Can someone help me? Thanks so much!!

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thecakemaker Posted 31 Aug 2005 , 12:43pm
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I've only entered two fairs (two times each) but at both of them the cakes were simply placed on a "bench" or "ladder" type table with everyone elses cakes. There is nothing to decorate. One fair called for the cakes to be on a paper or other plate that need not be returned. The other fair supplied plastic containers for the cakes (mine didn't fit in the container). Unless there is a lot of room to display the cakes or unless it specifies I wouldn't think there would be a table to decorate. Maybe there's a # you can call and ask?

Good Luck to you!
Debbie

flayvurdfun Posted 31 Aug 2005 , 12:53pm
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Maybe you can call someone and ask? But I would be prepared to decorate my own cake area...ya know with flowers and such to enhance the look, just in case....but I would think it would be just placing where they tell you....

Rexy Posted 31 Aug 2005 , 1:02pm
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In NC we just drop our cakes off and they display them for us. You never know where yours will be until you attend the fair. Good Luck!

MoonicaLeigh Posted 6 Sep 2005 , 5:34pm
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Thanks everyone!!! Sorry I was out of town for a few days =)

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