Every chart I look at gives me different amounts on pans for wedding sizes. I don't do very many wedding cakes so this is always an issue for me.

I use Earlene's Cakes cake chart for my regular cakes, but if I go by that for a wedding cake it will be too much, right?

I'm trying to make a wedding cake that feeds 100-105. I originally thought 14"/10"/6", but some of the serving charts I have put that combo at 120+.

Any advice would be appreciated!

http://www.wilton.com/cakes/making-cakes/baking-wedding-cake-2-inch-pans.cfm

I use this chart for all my cakes.

6/9/12 will serve 100 if they are serving the top tier. That is if you want round cakes.

Industry standard servings are 1" x 2" x 4" (8 cu. in.).

You can calculate it yourself...

For round cakes:

Half diameter=radius

Radius squared (times itself) x Pi (3.14)=surface square inches

Surface square inches divided by 2 (2" long serving)=servings total.

**CWR41**

Industry standard servings are 1" x 2" x 4" (8 cu. in.).

You can calculate it yourself...

For round cakes:

Half diameter=radius

Radius squared (times itself) x Pi (3.14)=surface square inches

Surface square inches divided by 2 (2" long serving)=servings total.

Math nerd? Sorry Math never was my strong suit.

**enoid**

**CWR41**

Industry standard servings are 1" x 2" x 4" (8 cu. in.).

You can calculate it yourself...

For round cakes:

Half diameter=radius

Radius squared (times itself) x Pi (3.14)=surface square inches

Surface square inches divided by 2 (2" long serving)=servings total.

Math nerd? Sorry Math never was my strong suit.

Not at all. (Numbers of any kind aren't my strong suit... I'm lucky I remember my two-digit address.)

Metria's cake calculator might help too:

http://shinymetalobjects.net/cake/calculator/cake_calculator_byVolume.cgi

**CWR41**

**enoid**

**CWR41**

Industry standard servings are 1" x 2" x 4" (8 cu. in.).

You can calculate it yourself...

For round cakes:

Half diameter=radius

Radius squared (times itself) x Pi (3.14)=surface square inches

Surface square inches divided by 2 (2" long serving)=servings total.

Math nerd? Sorry Math never was my strong suit.

Not at all. (Numbers of any kind aren't my strong suit... I'm lucky I remember my two-digit address.)

Metria's cake calculator might help too:

http://shinymetalobjects.net/cake/calculator/cake_calculator_byVolume.cgi

That cake calculator is genius! Thanks!

Thank you for posting the link for the wedding chart, I could only find the party one I knew I had seen the wedding one before.

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