Hi - I'm making a wedding cake with a metal stand for multiple cakes. Is there anything i can use to secure the cake base to the stand, worried that one of the cakes might fall off when cutting into it. At the moment it looks like you just place the cake with base onto the metal circle. Just wondered if there something i don't know about securing it. Thought about just glueing it on but that can't be right. Does anyone know?
Do you have a picture of it? From your description, I believe that the tiers should be removed before cutting (not cut while on the stand.)
I agree post picture please.
struggled trying to upload a picture, i have the link, not sure if i can post it but heres a try http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=200507492430&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT yes it worked, just scroll down to see it. Thanks for your help
Remove before cutting. They can do a picture partial cut ( would do it to the top one to keep it on center) but serving they need to be removed.
Agree with above posts - wouldn't cut cake whilst on the stand...
But you can place a piece of that non skid mat under your cake boards so as there is no movement ....until cake is taken off to be cut.
Hmm, hopefully thats what you call it where you come from -
the stuff you see under these books - in the link
Thanks, that makes sense. Wondered how it works, it's for display only. Off to hobby craft to go and get anti slip mats. Thanks again to you all.