Pans Sizes For Wedding Cake To Feed 75-100?

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Mistyscakes Posted 2 Sep 2006 , 11:26pm
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I have the round 2" round set. I need a teired wedding cake that will feed 75-100 people. Will a 12", 10",6" look right? Also do I need to make two of each size for height? Thanks

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cakesondemand Posted 3 Sep 2006 , 12:23am
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12/10/6 serves 83 I fill one pan and half in the other you torte the one then the other is a single layer.

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sugarnut Posted 3 Sep 2006 , 3:05am
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I always make 2 of each size, and then torte them both, so you essentially have 4 layers for each tier. Earlenes website in TX has a great serving chart that works really well with several different shaped pans. serving chart is close to the bottom on the right.

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