Lets be honest, the world is all about appearances. We go out and and spend money to do our hair, our nails, dress a certain way, etc. to look a way we want. Why not have the look you want for your party too!
Just like everything else such as the price of a gallon of milk, gallon of gas, and the price of chocolate, the price for a cake has gone up too! Now-a-days, people have to find more cost effective ways to have the party of their dreams. By renting a fake cake and serving sheet cakes you can save money!
You can view your fake cake before your party. With a fake cake, you can make sure you are getting exactly what you want. Changes can be made, if necessary, before the big day. You will have the cake you want at a price you will be happy about.
Fake cakes can with-stand hot temperatures, inside or outside. They can be displayed the entire time of your party. There is no worry about the cake collapsing or icing melting. They look so real, your guests won't know it's fake, unless you tell them of course!
You can rent a large fake cake even if you are having a small function. The larger the cake, the more attention it will grab. Renting a fake cake is an excellent way to have a large cake for display. Faux cakes are a way to afford a cake that is larger than you actually need. You are able to have that six tier masterpiece for a fraction of the cost.
If you are not serving your cake as dessert you should consider a faux cake. Real cakes are often left uneaten if they are used as part of the evening buffet. Many people have reported that most of their cake was not eaten at the end of the evening. With a faux cake you will not have unnecessary waste and expense.
A large portion of a real cake usually goes to waste because not every guest will actually eat cake or the decorations, such as edible flowers.
Real cakes are very time consuming to make. It takes a lot of skill and patients to create a beautiful real wedding cake. The cakes have to be baked, cooled, leveled, torted or filled, iced smoothly, covered in fondant without dents, scratches, or any imperfections (or at least try darn hard to do so), stacked with dowel rods, decorated, delivered, and set-up. It's exhausting. With a faux cake, the decoration only gets done, saving time and money for all.