So Confused About Serving Sizes

Decorating By Soprina Updated 1 Nov 2012 , 10:32pm by Soprina

Soprina Posted 6 Sep 2012 , 1:21am
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I know everyone has thier own serving size I have been asked to do a wedding cake for a friend she requested it to be 3 tiers for 60 people, I thought of doing a 6,8 and 10 for the this enough?? by wiltons guide it seems to be that i can find anyway i'm just going by the 1x2x4". I just rented a book from the library and its serving size chart said it would only serve about 40 but did say it was more generous what i had planned enough??? please someone help????

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pieceofcake561 Posted 6 Sep 2012 , 1:53am
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1"x2"x4" (or 8 cubic inches) is the standard serving size for wedding cakes. You can always ask the bride what size she would prefer if you are unsure and adjust price and ingredients accordingly

Soprina Posted 6 Sep 2012 , 2:38am
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the bride really has no idea what she wants and doesn't care what the sizes are, i am having a hard time explaining things to her and getting an idea of what she even wants as far as decoration lol, i thought someone with exerience with wedding cakes could give me some insight I have seen different ways to cut a cake and the wilton serves 60 the other way serves 80 (without cutting a circle in the cake to slice pieces)

Rosie331 Posted 6 Sep 2012 , 3:20am
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CWR41 Posted 6 Sep 2012 , 5:36am
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Originally Posted by Soprina

3 tiers for 60 people, I thought of doing a 6,8 and 10 for the this enough??

It's more than enough. The 10 and 8 serve 62, and the 6 serves 12 for a total of 74.

Soprina Posted 1 Nov 2012 , 10:32pm
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thank you all for your responses I did the 6, 8 and 10 turned out just fine its the one in my avatar what do you think? my first wedding cake :) anyway thank to all

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