Hi. I am looking for the Quinceanera cake stands that hold the 15 cakes. I have seen them in magazines from Texas and they are impressive. There is a a butterfly, another fan-looking one with 15 in the middle and the descending stands.
Someone told me there are flea markets in Dallas that sell them but I don't know how to contact anyone.
If anyone knows where you can order them from, please let me know. I have "googled" every word I can think of!
Do you speak Spanish? I was wondering if you would want to check at the Cake Central en Español forum, too.
I do and I did...someone suggested looking in Mexico...unfortunately not an option at this time.
The indoor flea markets in Dallas are called bazaars. The large outdoor flea market is Traders Village. The ones I can think of that have quinceanera shops are Plaza Latina Bazaar, Garibaldi Bazaar, Gaston Bazaar or Harry Hines Bazaar. You can also try quinceanera shops on Jefferson or NW Hwy. I found a website that has some quince planning here in Dallas. It's miss quince dallas . c o m without all the spaces.
Hope that helps.
Traders Village is what people have told me has everything. I need to make a road trip to Texas!!
Thanks for the info.
Your welcome. Hope you find the stand you need.
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Google "quinceanera 15 cake stand" and you get options like this
and I expect that you could get Wilton components at Walmart to assemble your own.
But tell me please, when a princeza with 15 cakes at the age of 15 gets married, what kind of wedding cake will she want then?
please tell me if you find any cake stand looking everywhere for some thank you for quniceanera
There are lots online. If you have a Hobby Lobby near you, they carry some.