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Thanks so much!!! Appreciate it!
I discussed a 2-tier with my cousin for ease of transporting since her daughter's birthday is on a campground with gravel and bumpy roads. If a 3-tier, then I guess a 6/8/10?
I'm having a hard time figuring out what tier sizes to make for a 75 serving 2-tier cake I use the Wilton guide to calculate, but a 10" & 12" will serve 68 (party servings) and anything other than that serves more than 75! Can someone please help with what 2-tier size cakes should I make? Thanks!!
Thank you!!! Ya, not sure how easy it is to get them out.. But they look great for single cupcake packaging!
Was wondering if anyone can please help find these containers for single cupcakes? Thank you!!   http://cakecentral.com/g/i/1843171/came-up-with-this-easy-way-to-distribute-single-cupcakes-it-worked-really-nice/  
Thank you Mimi! Yeah, papermart was the first place I checked, but I didn't find that shape...the client wants that same container and the shape... :-/
I'm trying to find containers like these for packing wedding favors... haven't had luck finding this specific shape. Any idea on where I could get these please? Would appreciate any help!! Thank you!
Thank you kakeladi!!! I am not too good at figuring out the servings by doing math!!! I will add up the servings like you mentioned :) Thank you!!!
I used a burlap ribbon provided by the brides on a couple of cakes. It was from Hobby Lobby I think, and it was just like the real thing. Looked great!!    Maybe try using that? 
I was wondering what the cake tiers sizes were in this cake - I saw hexagon pans that are 6/9/12/15, and these serve 148, which is what the bride wants.   But how would you adjust the design (2" and 4" height tiers) to serve 150?   Would appreciate any help with what cake pan sizes to use, to get the same look and serve 150. Thank you so much!!!  
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