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Don't have a local place to buy cake boxes for tiered cakes! Any Internet sites that are good with competitive prices? I've never gone wrong using sites referred on the CC forums!
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Don't have a local place to buy cake boxes for tiered cakes! Any Internet sites that are good with competitive prices? I've never gone wrong using sites referred on the CC forums!




I have started using Global Sugar Art (www.globalsugarart.com) for most my decorating supplies. They are friendly and fast in shipping your orders. Also they are having a sale right now and their Satin Ice is on sale 25% off. I saved about $160 this morning - can't do better than that. Their shipping prices are very, very reasonable too. I just bought several boxes for tiered cakes and can't wait to put them to use.

Good luck.
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How do the boxes for tiered cakes look? and under what name do I look for them in Global Sugar Art?
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How do the boxes for tiered cakes look? and under what name do I look for them in ?



Square Wedding Cake Box by Bakery Crafts..This is my first order of them, but there is a photo of them on the web site and it gives the measurements.
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I checked out the sugar art website but the height only goes to 5". I have a local vendor that has 12 x 12 x 12 and I LOVE this size. I use it to deliver my 3-tier cakes and it allows me to totally cover the cake from top to bottom. The only problem is ONE box costs about $3.50 and I would love to find a better "deal" somewhere out there. Would it be considered "rude" to take my box back after delivery??
Any more suggestions?? Thanks so much for your help.
post #6 of 25
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I mispoke earlier - i do have a local vender but supplies are limited - sometimes they have it, sometimes they don't - VERY unreliable! So, I'm hoping to fin a place to buy boxes in bulk. THANKS AGAIN!
post #7 of 25
I found 12x12x10 at brpboxshop.com
http://us.st12.yimg.com/us.st.yimg.com/I/yhst-67742371067255_2037_649288
100 boxes for $162.50
post #8 of 25
Is there a place you all know of where you can buy like 30 or so boxes at one time? I wouldn't use a 100 boxes of anything for a year or so, don't have storage for that much.

Anyone?
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Originally Posted by cutiepiecakes

I checked out the sugar art website but the height only goes to 5". I have a local vendor that has 12 x 12 x 12 and I LOVE this size. I use it to deliver my 3-tier cakes and it allows me to totally cover the cake from top to bottom. The only problem is ONE box costs about $3.50 and I would love to find a better "deal" somewhere out there. Would it be considered "rude" to take my box back after delivery??
Any more suggestions?? Thanks so much for your help.



The wedding cake boxes I ordered are much larger than 5". Here is the link to the webpage: http://www.globalsugarart.com/cat.php?cid=888 . These boxes appear to be very sturdy and I think could be used over and over. You know I hadn't given any thought to what to do about the box after you deliver the cake. I am sure other's have input on this subject. But I think that if the price of the box is a problem, add it to the costs for the cake. Maybe other decorators could share their input for what kind of boxes they use and where they buy them.
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post #10 of 25
I get my bags and boxes here http://www.uline.com/BL_5613/Cake--Bakery-Boxes?searchedkeywords=cake%2520boxes HTH
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post #11 of 25
Cutie pie was complaining earlier about 3.50 for a 12x12x12 box shoot I pay almost that for a full sheet 3 in high. I'd like to know where she buys boxes so cheap.
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post #12 of 25
OMG I fell in love with the Big River Products Boxes!! They offer an all-natural line of boxes with windows and free shipping. It may cost more for the boxes, but that's the kind of stuff I believe in- Recycle, Reuse, Resell. (not with cake unless it's a cake truffle tho)
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post #13 of 25
cutiepie, where do you get the 12x12x12 at that price. I pay 5.28 each for mine.
post #14 of 25
I buy all my boxes at www.Bgpaper.com Cheapest place I have found online and they are great boxes and fast shipping!
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post #15 of 25
I buy my sheet cake boxes from the bakery dept at Sam's Club. They sell me the cupcake inserts too!
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