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post #16 of 22

Also stores will not rent them but if you check with places that rent wedding arches and catering supplies you might find one. But then you only get to use it once. Just google wedding rentals with your city

post #17 of 22

I have found some reasonable stands on Amazon. I would purchase a 16" stand since the cake board for a 12" cake is typically going to be a 14" in size. HTH!

post #18 of 22
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I don't want to rent them, I want to buy them, The ones I like all seem to be rental when I go into the sites.

I was hoping on the off chance someone may have known of a store that retails good quality cake plateaus .

I guess amazon is it as the couple of others mentioned do not have both items I am wanting in stock and I was hoping to get them from the same store.

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post #19 of 22

You will do better price wise with Amazon. I really do not know of any store that does. My local cake store carries 1 and you can get it at 1/2 the price on Amazon

post #20 of 22
2 of the stands I showed you from Amazon..
I think there really pretty but obviously it's up to you would buy.I hope you're for.
post #21 of 22
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Have you got those ones?

I think they are pretty too and am guessing that may well be them, now I just need to work out size I was convinced the 14" would be the way to go, but now Im not sure.

I have tins from 5" to 12 " in both round and square and may well make 5 tier cakes,  at this stage I do  3 x 6" tiers, stacked. 

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post #22 of 22

most 12" cakes you see wil be on a 14" base

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