The wedding cakes usually have several layers of cakes of different sizes. So that each layer is safe, brackets and plates to be used in cake . Otherwise, the cakes may sink into each other or fall sideways, causing a catastrophe with cake on the wedding day. Using suitable supports can also be more easily transported cake to its location in the reception lounge as it is less likely to tip over.
Match the size of the cake plate the size of the cake layer you add. Most wedding cakes have a high level at the bottom which is followed by successively smaller levels. If you are unsure, use a ruler to measure the diameter of the cake should match the diameter of the plate. The diameter of the plate may appear on the packaging or on the bottom of the plate.
Inserting the columns into the holes on the bottom plate of the cake. There will be several holes for the columns . Inserts a column at each hole. The number of columns depends on the size and weight of the cake. After inserting each column, press firmly on the top to make sure they are fully inserted into the cake plate.
Place the plate and columns to cake on the bottom layer of the cake . Checks that are putting the cake in the middle. For example, if a plate for cake insert 12 inches (30 cm) in diameter on top of a cake of 15 inches (38 cm), should be 3 inches (8 cm) around the plate. Once you insert the cake plate, press it firmly so it is fully seated.
Place the next layer of cake on cake plate. Transfer the cake gently with a spatula to lift and slide the cake so that it rests on the cake plate. Set the cake that is uniform with cake plate underneath.