sweettreat101 Posted 14 Apr 2012 , 11:20pm
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A friend of mine wants this cake but I don't have the cake stands needed. Does anyone know where I can order these stands? The fountain stands are not a problem it's the cascading stands I am having trouble finding.
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Sonya Posted 14 Apr 2012 , 11:36pm
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I have seen them on ebay searching the words "cake stand"

loml001 Posted 14 Apr 2012 , 11:39pm
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I got them from efavormart on line. You can order the individual size plates & pillars that you need, or order a pre-arranged set with different sized plates. They look nice but stay away from the really tall pillars - they are pretty unstable even with a small cake on them.

sweettreat101 Posted 15 Apr 2012 , 12:33am
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Thank you I will check out their site.

solascakes Posted 15 Apr 2012 , 12:36am
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http://www.kalaladecor.com. Go to cake stand and hire tab to see different styles.

HamSquad Posted 15 Apr 2012 , 2:45am
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I think that stand is called Crystal Splendor from Wedding Fads.com. I have a set. HTH

Apti Posted 15 Apr 2012 , 6:10am
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I purchased this set for a 100th Birthday celebration:

http://www.weddingcakestand.net/cascading_cake_stands/clear_wedding_cake_stand.html

Be sure they are LEVEL at the venue. Bring a level with you and check them before placing the cake. (I didn't. Here's a link to the photo. The orange cake is just a little cattywampus.)
http://christinascakes.shutterfly.com/pictures/337

I agree that you should not go higher than 15" unless you weight the bottom of the stand. Even a teensie-tiny bump will knock it over.

I LOVE these puppies! They separate and store flat and look stunning.
(FYI: I've seen a LOT of bad reviews about EFavormart.)

Here's the link for the different sets of cascading stands:
http://www.weddingcakestand.net/cascading_cake_stands.html

KoryAK Posted 15 Apr 2012 , 7:38am
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efavormart stands are terrible. The ones you want are called "Crystal Spendor" as the pp stated. Search that and you will find several vendors.

HamSquad Posted 15 Apr 2012 , 1:05pm
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Just a bit of info: when using this type of cake stands, make sure that with the poles that are 15" or 20" place only 5" to 6" size cakes to prevent tipping over. Also, these cakes should not be taller than 4 inches high, better yet 3".

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