cake size guide


size doesn't matter. it's all about the heart

It’s a seemingly straightforward question: what size should my Cake be? There are so many factors to consider before making a final decision, everything from what size portions you will be serving to how many guests will be attending your event. Below are a few suggestions for what size Cake you should order according to how many guests you have, and what portion size you will be serving.

The first number indicates if serving 150 g slices. The second, if serving 100 g slices. 

Having an artificial cake is a possible solution if you want an elaborate Designer Cake (not valid for Naked Cakes) to show off as a stunning centrepiece. A Designer Cake is like the exclamation point at the reception and it should be a total reflection of your style and taste. A combination of edible and artificial tiers could be an ideal solution. 

The trend at the moment is to make the tiers higher and more narrow, so the cake looks a lot taller. It will have more impact in the venue and a lot more ‘WOW’ factor. 


  1 tier

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   12−19 servings

22−33 servings

29−44 servings  

23−35 servings   



  2 tiers

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   23−34 servings

30−45 servings

37−56 servings  

34−52 servings   



  3 tiers

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   46−69 servings

62−93 servings

60−91 servings  

76−115 servings   



  4 tiers

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   79−119 servings

75−112 servings

95−143 servings  

119−178 servings   



  5 tiers

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   124−186 servings

148−221 servings

166−249 servings  

186−278 servings*   


* To serve more guests, it is possible to make the Cake higher, but not wider