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Anyone who could help me out here I would appreciate it SOO much!
I acquired a job as cake decorator( the only cake decorator and only person in the whole bakery with cake experience) in April. I have only held one job as a decorator and this was at a bakery that only did buttercream cakes. They used wooden dowels and cardboard rounds for their wedding cake support and put their cakes in the freezer to harden up for delivery. Which in turn would cause them to sweat as you all know. So that metheod of doweling, and freezing cakes came to be the only way I knew(I did switch to bubble tea straws though). Now that I am at this new bakery, I am not content using that method. It makes me feel uneasy, just becuse the support system isnt the best. I also can't stand the sweating and colors running down cakes. I also want to be able to offer fondant covered cakes but I cant freeze those. So Ive been researching sps. I see a lot of people order from bakery crafts. I've looked up bakery crafts and they don't offer a lot of info on the product. I am also worried I will have a big gap between plate and cake to have to fill with a large border. I usually prefer a smaller border. How about delivery? I had a cake fall over once, and delivering terrifies me especially because the bakery I work out of is surrounded by rolling hills and curvy roads. Would I be able to deliver with the cake disassembled? I really just need a new option. Bubble tea straws and cardboard just aren't doing it for me. Thank you so much inadvance!
'Resist Perfection' ---- This is a sign my grandma has hanging on the wall of her craft room LOL
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'Resist Perfection' ---- This is a sign my grandma has hanging on the wall of her craft room LOL
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