I would like to make the Enthralling Vision cake. in the Wilton wedding cakes Romantic Portfolio book, on page 24 and 116. The question is... I place the 15" petal cake on it's base then place the 10" round on it's plate with support pillars under it. What do I place on top of the 10" cake to support the 6" cake and how do I cover it as shown in the picture? I will be using butter cream.
Thanks for any advice.
Michaels has a page on it:
Basically, stack the bottom two tiers. The middle tier should be on a plate. Place the top tier on the separator plate from the Crystal-clear set. The pillars should be taller than the second tier by how much space you need between the top and middle tier. Then just attach the pillars to the top tier and push them into the second layer, all the way to the plate it sits on. Then pipe small beads around the pillars to cover the small area where the pillars meet the cake.
In the end, the top tier is resting on the plate that sits on top of the bottom tier.
Thank you so much.