Need Help Trying To Figure Out How To Make This Cake Flow.

Decorating By toshascc Updated 14 May 2016 , 11:03pm by costumeczar

toshascc Posted 14 May 2016 , 8:27pm
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Hello everyone!

So I have a order coming up, its going to be 4 full sheet cakes. It is for a pre-k graduation for the school. They want a Dr Seuss theme but they also want the cakes to "flow together". So I can put them together and make a 36x52 square that will be transported in 4 sheet cakes then put together there or make a super long cake that will be 18x104.  My question is which way do you think will transport better and be easier to do, but also look the best. I've  never done a sheet cake at such a large scale.


Thanks!!!

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costumeczar Posted 14 May 2016 , 11:03pm
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Id do a long one and tell them to have a long table to put it on. You can do scenes from that Places You'll Go book that everyone uses for graduations or something like that and display them in sequence. Then when they serve the cake they can have four people cutting it along the table so there isn't a major logjam while people stand in line trying to get a piece.

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