Oh thanks! I was looking for that...must've skipped over it!
Ok, here's another question. Says a double layer 10" square cake can serve 50 people. That's a TEENY tiny piece! If you go off of that adn the place that's cutting it (it's at an American Legion Hall) cuts them too big...and then the bride is ticked at YOU because there wasn't enough cake...what happens? Do you always go for making a little bit more?
I was thinking like 14", 10", 6"...according to Wilton, that would be like 166 servings.
Or, 12", 10", 8" (if she wants layers closer together)...but that's still 150 servings (per Wilton)
Do you charge based on how many servings Wilton says...or how do YOU determine a serving size?