Help I Have This Cake To Do For A Wedding

Baking By minxie1320 Updated 3 Aug 2016 , 8:18pm by soldiernurse

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minxie1320 Posted 1 Aug 2016 , 11:03pm
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[postimage id="4829" thumb="900"]hi all

I am looking for advice. I have got to make this cake for a wedding. I think I am thinking along the right line by using a centre dowel support and separate dowel in each tier too.  I am going to sort the teacups this week so they have time to dry. but would you suggest using any supports within the tea cups so they don't break under the weight on the ones on the top.

with regards to the teapot I would like some advise on how to keep it from falling apart. I am going to put a cake board on the bottom of it and cook it in a half sphere shape pan. any advise would go appreciated.  I reckon I am ok with everything else.

many thanks in advance for all the advice .  

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SweetTartCakery Posted 2 Aug 2016 , 1:55am
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Looks like there's a dowel under the 'tea' going straight through the cups  

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soldiernurse Posted 3 Aug 2016 , 8:18pm
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There is actually a cake support kit that has those exact points. I can't remember where I saw it, but if you Google it, it should come up. If you want to go that route.

try:      Cake Craft World:

it's in the UK but I don't know where you may find some in the USA for sure.


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