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Sizes, Pricing & Advice

Each tier consist of 4 layers of cake and stands on average 20-25cm tall.

Cakes can be cut into larger dessert slices or small coffee cake slices.

SINGLE TIER

Consists of one 8inch single tier

Serves: 24 large dessert size slices or 45 small coffee cake size slices 

From $350

SMALL TWO TIER

Consists of one 5inch x one 8inch tier

Serves: 37 large dessert size slices or 65 small coffee cake size slices 

From $600

LARGE TWO TIER

Consists of one 8inch x one 10inch tier

Serves: 72 large dessert size slices or 125 small coffee cake size slices 

From $850

THREE TIER

Consists of one 5inch x one 8inch x one 10inch tier

Serves: 85 large dessert size slices or 140 small coffee cake size slices 

From $1130

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Prices listed are ‘from’ and used as a base point.

Each cake is individually quoted based on the cake design + delivery location, dietary requirements and everything in between. To get an accurate price, please get in touch so we can put together an official quote for you.

If you have a rough budget in mind, we highly recommend letting us know in your enquiry form > this means we can discuss your options from the get-go which will reduce the email ping-pong between us. 

‘From' prices listed above do not include delivery or the cost of any cake flowers that need to be supplied by Honey-Belle Cakery. 

'From' prices and any given recommended budget prices are not official quotes.

No booking is secure without a 20%-30% non-refundable booking deposit.

Not sure what size ?

That's okay! Knowing what size wedding cake to choose can be tricky and confusing.

We have provided some helpful advice to help guide you in choosing the right size cake for your wedding or event.

Some helpful pointers to remember when choosing your cake size

  • Guests are likely to eat cake if it is served on a plate in front of them at their seat after a main meal.

  • Guests are likely to eat cake if it is the only dessert option.

  • Guests are not likely to eat cake if they have already eaten a dessert course and are up out of their seats walking around/mingling/dancing and/or drinking.

  • If you are worried about left over wedding cake a great idea is to supply your guests with little wedding cake boxes or bags for them to take a slice home.

  • If you choose to have your cake cut into small coffee cake size slices you are less likely to have wastage and more likely to have leftovers.

  • All venues/caterers receive a ‘kitchen cutting guide sheet’ from Honey-Belle Cakery upon cake delivery. This sheet lists all details on your cake including flavours, measurements, cutting serve size, how to dissemble the cake, dietary requirements, and any further information they need to know (eg- the bride and groom wish to keep the small top tier, please do not cut).

How is your cake being served?

Is your cake being served as the main and only dessert?

You should make sure there is at least a slice for every guest. Your cake can be cut into either large dessert size slices or small coffee cake slices.

Serving your wedding cake around on platters cocktail party style?

If your cake is going to be the only dessert served you should make sure there is at least a slice for every guest, though I recommend having your cake cut into small coffee cake sized portions.

Serving your cake after a main meal dessert? (Eg a three-course dinner)

A slice for every guest is not essential. In this case cakes are usually sliced up and taken around on platters late in the night when everyone is out of their seats mingling around with full bellies or sat elsewhere alongside tea and coffee for guests to help themselves. I recommend having your cake cut into small coffee cake size slices.

Serving your cake with other desserts and sweets?

Perhaps you are planning to have a dessert bar, lollie bar, grazing platter, doughnuts or a gelato bar at your event.

In this case, a slice of cake for every guest is not essential. I recommend having your cake cut into small coffee cake size slices.

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