mystsparkle Posted 8 Apr 2012 , 2:06am
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can you tell what size tiers these are? i want to make a cake similiar, except only in two tiers....to feed around 25-35 people. thanks icon_smile.gif
http://sarajaneblog.com/2011/01/18/wedding-cakes-i-love-wedding-tip-tuesday/

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CWR41 Posted 8 Apr 2012 , 2:21am
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Originally Posted by mystsparkle

can you tell what size tiers these are? i want to make a cake similiar, except only in two tiers....to feed around 25-35 people. thanks icon_smile.gif
http://sarajaneblog.com/2011/01/18/wedding-cakes-i-love-wedding-tip-tuesday/




I don't know which cake, but it doesn't really matter... to serve 36 people, an 8" and 6" round would do it.

mystsparkle Posted 8 Apr 2012 , 2:31am
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o sheesh...sorry. i forgot there were lots of cakes. it was actually this one:
http://sayjayphoto.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/cherry-blossom-wedding-cake-2.jpg

But thanks 8 and 6. Okay!

BlakesCakes Posted 8 Apr 2012 , 3:13am
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As said above, an 8" + 6" will provide the # of servings that you need.

That said, I'd say that the cake is a 12", 10", & 8"--serves at least 88 party servings.

Rae

mystsparkle Posted 8 Apr 2012 , 3:30am
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That helps..i guess more I was looking for was how many inches apart. I see some people like to keep 4 inches between pan size..some 3 inches..and then this cake which would be 2 inches. I'm never sure what 'looks' right. I like how this didn't have too much edges, so I'll go with the 2 inch difference. Thanks!

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