Our wedding cakes are available in a range of sizes and tiers. From elegant single tiered statement cakes to sumptuous seven tiered centrepieces we can provide a cake perfect for your wedding party size and venue.

Choosing the right size cake for your big day will depend on the number of guests and the individual portion sizes. People generally serve smaller slices at weddings (particularly if it’s a fruitcake) than at birthdays or other types of celebration, so it’s worth bearing this in mind when deciding what size cake you need.

The tier guide images below are based on a “standard slice” portion and some of our most popular combinations of tiers.

If you have any questions please contact us to discuss further.

Pricing

All wedding cakes are custom made and so we’ll provide you with a detailed quote based on your exact design. However to give you an idea of pricing we’ve put together a list of guide prices based on some of our most popular size cakes.

6"

10"

52 (round)68 (square)

4"

8"

10"

78 (round)94 (square)

6"

10"

12"

108 (round)140 (square)

6"

10"

14"

134 (round)166 (square)

4"

8"

12"

14"

204 (round)214 (square)

8"

10"

12"

14"

208 (round)252 (square)
Dummy Tiers...

If you love the idea of a multi-tiered showstopper cake but are catering for a smaller number of guests contact us to ask about an artificial base or dummy tiers.

Dummy tiers provide you with a decorated base layer that your cake sits upon, giving extra height but at a lower cost than a standard baked tier.

Round Cakes Tier Size Square Cakes
Standard Slice
(1″ x 2″)
Standard Slice
(1″ x 2″)
8 4″ 12
10 6″ 18
28 8″ 32
42 10″ 50
56 12″ 72
82 14″ 98

 Note: All sizes and servings are approximate and may change depending on the final cake design, decoration and how the cake is cut. It’s worth building in a small amount of extra capacity when estimating numbers. All serving sizes are also based on the entire cake being served – and so if you’re planning to keep the top tier (as some couples do for their first anniversary or first christening) then you’ll need to discount this layer from your calculations.