Wedding cakes traditionally assembled in layers stacked one above the other, with the filling between each layer, or consist of different floors separated by pillars. These presentations are majestic and elegant, but they must be well secured to prevent the cake from collapsing during the celebration. You can use one or more methods to stack your wedding cake and keep armed.
As bricks and stones need to be flat and uniform to build a strong wall, cake layers should be uniform to achieve a stable wedding cake. Use the same brand and type of molds for each layer and fill them with the same amount of cake batter. Carefully weigh the dry ingredients instead of using measuring cups, since moisture and temperature affecting the density of the ingredients and only a little more flour may result in a convex surface and uneven cake. The best way to create homogeneous layers is frozen partially baked cake after cooled and remove the mold. Use serrated knife to cut along the top of the cake horizontally into layers before assembly. Continue reading