The Grandview on Lookout Mountain. And this wedding cake was all about roses. It's hard to tell in this photo (I have a better picture below), but I used my rose petal stencil on the sides of this cake. And then each tier had a layer of roses in between with a nice little bouquet on top. It seems like most of the cakes I take to the Grandview are all cakes I have to put together at the venue!
I'm not sure how other decorators carry cakes that have to be assembled at the venue, but it has always been a problem for me. I decorate the cakes on the column plates, but I'm always a little afraid of traveling with them on these plates. The day before the delivery it came to me! I could just put the separator plates on a styrofoam dummy and carry it that way.
As you can see above, I used an extra plate to make the indentations on my foam dummy. I actually had to use a small knife to dig out some of the extra foam, but I still wanted the separator plate to fit tightly. Then I just sat my cake into the foam block and popped it into a bakery box. It was super stable and traveled very well. If you click on the picture you can also see the detail on the rose stencil.