If you would like to order a cake, please contact me sooner rather than later. This is to primarily check that I'm available for that date, and secondly to allow for plenty of time to gather equipment and make any complex decorations that may be required.
I may be able to accommodate you for cakes at short notice, so it's always worth an enquiry just in case.
The cake consultation itself is an informal affair, often involving tea, where ideas can be gathered whilst sampling freshly baked cakes of your choice. Every cake is baked from scratch, allowing for a variety of flavour combinations to please all your guests. Your design can be tailor made gathering inspiration directly drawn from the themes of your wedding day; whether it be the venue, the dress, the invitations or the floral arrangements. The final result will truly be your wedding cake.
As a guide, small cupcakes start at £1.50 each and my large cupcakes start at £2.50 each. These are simply decorated with fresh buttercream and sprinkles. For personalised cupcakes with bespoke handmade decorations please contact me to discuss your requirements.
Celebration cake prices depend very much on the size and intricacy of the design and are all presented on an iced board trimmed with ribbon.
Prices start from £50
Wedding cake prices again depend very much on the size and complexity of the design. Please feel free to call and arrange a consultation to discuss all your requirements.
A non refundable deposit of £50 is required to secure the date and this books in advance the time required for your cake to be completed.
Full payment is required 4 weeks before collection or delivery of your wedding cake.
My preferred payment method is by bank transfer.
Delivery or collection
I prefer to deliver larger, more complex designed cakes to ensure they arrive at their destination in perfect condition.
Cakes can be collected by appointment. Please be aware that although advice can be given regarding the safe transport of your cake, we cannot be held liable for any damage caused to the cake once it leaves the premises.