I'm looking for a cutting guide that I can print and give with a wedding cake for cutting the 6-inch tier into rectangular pieces, not wedges. I understand that it can be cut into 2" strips and then 1" pieces to get 12 servings, but I'd like to find a graphic to help illustrate it for the bride. I don't have the skills to produce one myself to scale, and I'm too lazy to try.
Hi, you are correct about how to cut it. I go in with knife 2" and then over 1" and most of the time the cakes are 4" high. Ok, google indydebi's blog(she is a member here) She has a wedding cake cutting guide(i think) You could p/m her and she would help you also. She has been nice and helped me several times. I remember printing the guide sometime back. I would have to look for it. I will try to help you more if you need me. hth
Hi, this is it . read the thread. Indydebi has posted . follow her links.
Thanks for your reply. I've am familiar with Indydeb's cutting guide and I'm a believer. I just can't find any of her posts that point to an actual cutting diagram. I'll keep looking.
That guides great I will be saving that right now!!
It's the one I go by, I hate the idea of trying to cut the bigger sizes into smaller circles
Yes owatto, that is EXACTLY what I was looking for, and then some. Thank you so very much!
AThat's ok!! If you happen to find one with the odd cake sizes or even how many seves you get from the odds let me know!
Oh I love that cutting guide owatto...can you post a link or something...I cannot right click on it.
Never mind...I got it printed