Booking your Wedding Cake

Our passion is making beautiful, delicious wedding cakes 

for couples getting married in London and the South East.


The Start of Something Beautiful

Phase One

Congratulations!

You’re engaged and the wedding planning has started.

Once you have your date, venue and an idea of guest numbers, phase one of booking your dream wedding cake would be to get in touch with me. 

Send me an email or complete my contact form to check my availability.

 

WEDDING CAKE TASTING

Wedding Cake Raspberry & White Chocolate Flavour

Phase Two

If your wedding date is available, we would move on to the cake sampling stage.

Our postal sample box makes this as simple and as effective as possible.

Allowing you to try up to four of our delicious flavours – our taster box arrives at an address of your choice to indulge at your convenience.

Click here to peruse our flavour menu.

Sample boxes are £40 inclusive of postage, this cost is fully redeemable against the cost of your cake.

WEDDING CAKE DESIGN PROCESS

Phase Three

After you have received and enjoyed your cakes, we will then move on to the consultation phase via Zoom.

As a hopeless romantic, this is my favourite bit as I get to hear all about you as a couple.

Proposal stories, fun facts about both of you, how you met, funny stories, you’d be surprised at how much this information helps to design a wedding cake that is uniquely yours.

After this deep dive into your vision for your wedding day, I will then draw up some digital sketches for your approval. 

These can be tweaked over and over again, until we find a design that strikes gold.

WEDDING CAKE DELIVERY & SET UP

Wedding Cake Set up

A wedding cake isn’t fully complete until it is safely in situ – 

as a result, I personally complete all wedding cake deliveries.

Proudly based in South East London, I have delivered to all kinds of venues; marquees, barns, City halls, hotels, ballrooms and the like. 

We always ensure that the environment and temperature are taken into consideration before the big day.

I may be biased, but wedding cakes are a grand part 

of the day and should be treated as such.

Gone are the days of displaying the cake on a white lined 

round table in the corner – make a grand display of your cake and really show it off by considering different styling options; 

a drinks trolley, on a fireplace or on a beautiful, floating acrylic plinth – you’ve invested a lot into this day, don’t hide your showstopper of a cake in a corner!

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