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post #16 of 19
Heehee, you bad! Keep fingers out of mouth, haha! Can't wait to see pedestal cakes, I like them very much too!
Hugs Squirrelly
post #17 of 19
Same here Squirrelly, Every wedding I have attended. The cake is removed from the dining area and taken to the kitchen to be cut. And yes, They will take the cake apart before cutting in to it. Then the cake magically reppears on plates for The guest.


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post #18 of 19
Greetings everyone,

Just wanted to share that I was a banquet waitress while going to school, not once did I see a cake get cut in front of the guests, it always happened in the kitchen and the staff was responsible for moving and cutting the cake. Hope all goes well!
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by butrcup

Greetings everyone,

Just wanted to share that I was a banquet waitress while going to school, not once did I see a cake get cut in front of the guests, it always happened in the kitchen and the staff was responsible for moving and cutting the cake. Hope all goes well!


Now that was interesting training and really invaluable. You learn the proper way of serving and removing dishes and such. Hard work, but I think that service people learn a lot about dealing with folks and it does you well in no matter what field of work you go into.
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