Wedding Cake Cutting GuideThis guide shows how to cut popular shaped wedding tiers into pieces approximately 1 in. x 2 in. by two layers high (about 4 in.). Even if a larger serving size is desired, the order of cutting is still the same. The first step in cutting is to remove the top tier, and then begin the cutting with the 2nd tier followed by the 3rd, 4th a ...
Cake Art Fondant ChartQuantities given are approximate and are given for covering the cakes only. Additional fondant will be for decorations. The weights given are for "standard" fondant. Specialty fondants, such as ChocoPan require less. If copied, please use www.cakeart.com as your source. &nbs ...
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