Safely Transport and Display Your Homemade Treats with Premium Cake Boxes

April 24th, 2013 by Yvonne Busdeker

I’m so excited to share the news of our brand new premium cake boxes with you! We’ve kept the same sizes you’ve come to know and expect, but we’ve added some exciting new features as well!

Corrugated Cake Boxes

My favorite feature of our new cake boxes is the strong corrugated base. The base is an easy tab and slot assembly, and the increased strength allows you to transport your cake or treats with or without a cake board.

However, if you do decide to use a cake board – either for easy removal and display of a cake, or to keep your cake box clean for reuse – our cake boards still fit in each corresponding box size. As always, when choosing a cake box size, the box should be sized to the cake board of your cake, about 1 or 2 inches larger than your cake.

Serving your treats will be easy with the removable lid and folding sides. The folding sides make it easy to slide your cake or treats out of the box for serving. The removable lid also easily folds down so it can be tucked away during your event.

Corrugated Cake Boxes

Wilton also knows that you appreciate the professional appearance that our boxes provide works of cake art. You’ll be just as pleased with the beautiful and professional appearance of the new cake box line. We’ve brought strength, style and value together in one product just for you!

Give them a try with your next project, and let me know your thoughts! Our new cake boxes are available in the following sizes:

10”W x 10”D x 5”H
10”W x 14”D x 4”H
12”W x 12”D x 6”H
19”W x 14”D x 4”H
12”W x 12”D x 6”H with a window
19”W x 14”D x 4”H with a window

Happy decorating!

Yvonne Busdeker Yvonne is a Product Manager for Party. She is an artist who enjoys expressing her creativity through scrapbooking, card making, general crafting, and graphic design. She loves applying those talents to creating products for the Party team. Outside of work she enjoys time with her family and the outdoors, which fuels her creativity.

11 Replies

  1. Shayne says:

    Does this mean you are no longer making the boxes with the lids that are attached?
    I really like those because of the height of most of my cakes I can put them together in a way to cover most of the cake.

    • Yvonne says:


      No worries, we still have our original boxes with the attached lids! The premium boxes are being offered in addition to the others.


  2. Marsha Edgerton says:

    Why doesn’t Wilton make cake boxes for tiered cakes? When I need one, I have to scrounge around for something that might work, but it’s not very pretty or professional looking.

    • basketpam says:

      I agree! I’ve also made the suggestion a couple of times to have either a special box or some sort of holder that would help transport safely, without any tilting accidents the giant cupcake. This by far is my most difficult cake to transport, especially since I own a car and very few of the surfaces are flat in large enough areas to feel comfortable transporting cakes. I live alone and when I have a giant cupcake to deliver I always have to recruit another individual to hold this cake on their lap keeping it steady and upright while I drive. Or, if someone collects the cake they MUST have two people. This cake is top heavy and so easily wants to topple over. If anyone has any suggestions how to move this cake without the worry of it falling over, whether it’s done in fondant or buttercream I’m all ears.

    • April White says:

      i agree to the taller boxes i cannot fit a 2 layer cake with decorations on the top with out the box destroying my hard work by smashing it! wilton we need taller boxes not removable lids! i already have to rig the boxes with attached lids to fit my tall cake. it already stressful to transport a cake let alone in a rigged box! we all know one cake baked it about 2 inches add a layer of icing and another 2 inch layer, good luck fitting it in a box its almost a waste of money for a box for it. it does more damage than good sometimes.. please make taller boxes

  3. Rochelle says:

    Really wish Wilton offered more options for cake boxes – like for 14″ rounds and the larger square and rectangular cakes. And I don’t know about these boxes but the old ones never were big enough to handle the scalloped edged rectangular cake boards.

  4. Sue Liss says:

    My only complaint would be: Why didn’t you make larger square boxes. I make a lot of cakes that over 8″. Cakes 10″ and larger need cake drums that are at least 14″ to 16″, which means the box needs to be 14″ X 14″ or 16″ X 16″. Those big heavy cakes need a good durable box. Please make larger stronger SQUARE boxes!!!

  5. Omoruyi mary says:

    Thank you so much for d cake box, pls i want to know hw to make cake box too.

  6. Crystal says:

    I’m looking for a box to put 3 tier cakes in

  7. Erika Green says:

    Bakery Packaging Boxes may help you with that.

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