Where Can I Find Custom Cake Boxes.....

Decorating By LadyGDiver Updated 20 Sep 2006 , 9:52pm by cakebox

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LadyGDiver Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 3:32am
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[i]Where can I find custom cake boxes specifically designed for transporting cakes? I know I've seen them on the internet somewhere but have search all night with no luck. icon_cry.gif They are very sturdy and designed for seperate layers, even come with a foam pad in each box. Made of heavy corrugated cardboard....... Any ideas?


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rezzygirl Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 3:35am
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Never heard of that but here's a bump..I'd like to know too!

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cupcake Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 7:18am
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I don't know if they still do this, but Bakery craft used to sell boxes as part of a kit for wedding cakes. You would have to be a business to buy from them, although you might try and look them up online. They supply alot of cake kits to Wal-Mart and grocery stores. Other than that you could just find a box supplier and use the foam pads as cushioning. I transport all my cakes in boxes. The smaller tiers in white bakery boxes, the larger tiers in sturdy cardboard, I leave the white boxes for the client, but take the larger boxes back to reuse. I always put the non-skid pad in the box, especially if the board the cake is on is smaller then the box.

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cupcake Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 7:51am
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LadyGDiver= I looked up Bakery Craft under google, they have whats called a Wedding Merchandising Program that have the boxes with the pads, It looks like you have to sign in and be a member, but might be worth the try. Hope this helps.

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christeena Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 7:57pm
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I use an under the bed storage unit. All three tiers fit in the rubbermaid box. The cake bases are 8", 12" and 16" and I can get all three in the box. I put that foam shelf liner in the box and they do not move! I have a small moving cart that I got at lowe's to put the storage box on and my tool/repair lit goes on top of the box to get to set-up site in one move. I bring a couple of cheap cake boxes for left-overs to leave at the site. This has got to be the best $7.50 I've ever spent!!

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cakebox Posted 20 Sep 2006 , 9:52pm
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Don't know if this is what you're looking for:


(Probably not the cheapest option - but if you're looking for boxes that don't have to be returned, these might do.)

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