So, EVERYONE I have asked has said they LOVE wedding cake and always, always, always want seconds. My baker says the standard serving size, from which they estimate how much the cake costs, is 2"x2", which is VERY SMALL. The internet even suggests a 1"x2" serving size is 'typical'- WHAT??? This is NOTHING! That is a breath of cake, a wisp of cake, practically no cake at all.
We are having about 60 people, and the cake we have ordered is a three-layer cake, with 10", 8", and 6" respectively. We are not saving the 6" top so we will be cutting that as well, but am I the only person who thinks that this is not enough cake? I have asked the bakery multiple times if they are sure this is 'ample' cake and they keep reassuring me.
What did you guys do? Did anyone have a similar situation? We have ordered a kichen cake, 10", which they claim feeds 35. If we cut these cakes with reasonably-sized slices, what are we looking at here? Are we going to run out?
Suggestions and thoughts are more than welcome!