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I believe it doesn't matter that Earlene thinks the Wilton chart is wrong.  If you do the math, the numbers don't lie, Wilton is nearly spot on for industry standard 8 cu. in. servings...here's a helpful cakulator (see for yourself; actual volume numbers, not guestimates):http://shinymetalobjects.net/cake/calculator/cakulator.html
16" square x 14" x10"x6" rounds = 256
http://cakecentral.com/t/680250/cake-supplies
[quote name="musicmommy1"r. I used 6 bubble straws as dowels in both layers of the double barrel Where is the board between?
Perma-ice is artificial icing, or you can use synthetic spackle.
I'm not criticizing what you do.  You are misleading OP by giving your OPINION about what they should do and making it sound like it's "a must" when there are alternative choices other than your way.  It appears OP is very inexperienced and may take all advice literally as the law rather than a suggestion.  Future viewers should be aware it's just an opinion.
Here's how to stack (you didn't mention dowel rods):http://www.wilton.com/cakes/tiered-cakes/stacked-tiered-cake-construction.cfm
http://www.wilton.com/cakes/making-cakes/baking-wedding-cake-2-inch-pans.cfm @ your other question... you may not receive any replies.  People don't tend to take time to answer questions for no reason.  Good luck.
Looks good.  I would have cut the internal supports shorter eliminating the gap between cake and plate for more of a "suction" rather than balancing act, and would have used a base board rather than plate.  (Also would have used matching crystal-look plates instead of white.)
Industry standard servings for all occasions:http://www.wilton.com/cakes/making-cakes/baking-wedding-cake-2-inch-pans.cfm If they want larger servings, they can order more cake.
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