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5-Tier Wedding Cake Stands

The day you've waited for is about to happen. Once you say, 'I do', then everyone gets to celebrate and enjoy the cake. Wedding cake stands, including imposing 5-tier ones, are the focal point on your wedding table. With so many cake layers stacked and ready for guests, they'll be plenty of the sweet treat to shove some into your spouse's mouth. Review the inventory of other types of stands along with supplies to make your happy moment one you won't forget.

Wedding Cupcake Stands

Cupcakes are easier to handle and consume when milling about with other guests at the wedding reception. You could stack cupcakes on a wedding cupcake stands alongside or in place of a traditional wedding cake to provide an additional option for guests to choose. These stands keep the self-serve items within easy reach of guests that come and go at leisure. Additionally, in the unforeseen chance that someone could drop a tower cake onto the ground, cupcakes come boxed and ready to place on the stand.

Wedding Cake Plates

When you're serving a smaller cake, it fits comfortably on a wedding cake plate that may include one or two tiers. The elegant plate designs and shapes add a touch of sophistication to any table. Moreover, tiered examples include a handle that runs through the plates, making it convenient for moving to another location.

Wedding Macaron Stands

Macarons are a creamy sandwich type cake sized for individual servings. Most stands are available in 2 to 10 tiers with enough space to combine macarons, cupcakes, cookies and other treats. Each tier's depth allows you to place items both vertically and horizontally to create an attractive food display.

Wedding Cake Supplies

When using a 5-tier wedding cake stand, you'll need a server and knife that you can purchase as a set or separately. Cake toppers are available as miniature couples in romantic, humorous or traditional poses, but you could also buy a mould and make your own.

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