Cake Boards

Business By becka429 Updated 12 Mar 2013 , 10:07pm by AZCouture

becka429 Posted 12 Mar 2013 , 4:45pm
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I am opening a new bakery and need to find a cake board to put my wedding cakes on.I have been using a custom made cutting board but have to retrieve them after the function. With more orders this wont be possible so I need to find a cheaper alternative that doesnt need to be returned preverably. Any suggestions? Thank you!

6 replies
handymama Posted 12 Mar 2013 , 5:09pm
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Ummm, Becka, you're opening a bakery and you don't know about cake drums? Are you sure you're ready for this?

becka429 Posted 12 Mar 2013 , 5:12pm
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I have been using a custom board made from a cutting board that are cut to size. Its strong and durable and If I could I would use them all the time.

leah_s Posted 12 Mar 2013 , 5:32pm
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Cake Drums, of course.

becka429 Posted 12 Mar 2013 , 5:33pm
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Are there differant kinds? What I have found so far I wouldnt trust a cake on them. They warp and arent sturdy. Do you know of or have a trusted brand that you get them from?

costumeczar Posted 12 Mar 2013 , 10:03pm
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I get mine from, and I know someone who owns a very busy bakery who uses the same ones. I've never had a problem with them at all, but I got some Wilton ones once and they were so flimsy I was horrified. The Pfeil and Holing (cakedeco) ones are really sturdy. If you were nervous about them you could double two up, but you really wouldn't need to.

AZCouture Posted 12 Mar 2013 , 10:07pm
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Who are you planning to order your wholesale supplies from? Surely you already have an account all set up with a vendor like that, right, and I bet they have drums? I use the drums from CK, they come 6 to a pack.

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