Hexagon Pan Larger Than 15"?

Decorating By -Tubbs Updated 6 Jul 2009 , 3:55pm by cylstrial

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-Tubbs Posted 6 Jul 2009 , 3:35pm
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Quick question:

I have a bride who wants 100 servings out of two hexagon tiers. 15 & 12" will only give her 82 servings, according to Wilton. I cannot find a larger hexagon pan online - does one exist?

Alternatively, I am thinking I could cut up a sheet cake and assemble an 18" hexagon... But that will then give her way more than she needs, since it would need to have a 15" on top... Thanks for any suggestions.

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cylstrial Posted 6 Jul 2009 , 3:55pm
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She could add a 9 inch hex onto that. So it would be 3 tiers, but that would be 102 servings. So that's pretty darn close. The other option would be to serve a sheet cake in the back like you said. Last thing, she could cut the cake using the wedding serving guide. If she did that, the 12 inch and the 15 inch would yield 110 servings.

Hope this helps.

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