On Stacked Cakes Can I Do A 6 In Tall Bottom And A 4 In Top

Decorating By Brendabeeper Updated 2 Jun 2011 , 10:35pm by Brendabeeper

Brendabeeper Posted 2 Jun 2011 , 10:02pm
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doing a graduation cake , needing to feed over 100, looking at
doing a 12 inch bottom 6 inches high and top tie 10 in and 4 inches high

will that look silly or funny? anyone have a photo of the taller bottom then top?

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kakeladi Posted 2 Jun 2011 , 10:29pm
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I have seen pix of similar and though to some it might look 'funny' it is more the 'new' look.
What would look really funny to me is to have a top tier being 10". It's just tooooooo big. Put lots of standup decos on or top it w/a 6" round, sq or heart.

Brendabeeper Posted 2 Jun 2011 , 10:35pm
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sorry forgot I am putting a graduation cap using the wilton doll cake pan , and a diploma on top of to inc .

so bottom tier...12 in round...6 inc high

then 2nd tier... 10 in round ...4 inc high

then a graduation cap and a diploma on the side for the top

thanks just was concerned about the difference in the 6 in high and the 4 in high cake

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