You have booked a cake tasting and consultation with us, but how do you get the most out of your visit? I have put together some of our most frequently asked questions to help, and why not check out our blog post "What to expect at a Cake Consultation" for more ways on how to prepare for your consultation.
The word bespoke originally meant “to speak for something”, but in recent times it has changed to mean “anything specially made for a particular customer or user”. You’ve likely heard of bespoke suits and bespoke furniture but what does it actually mean when it comes to your wedding cake? The word bespoke has become so over-used that it’s meaning is almost shrouded in mystery and confusion.
This article will unveil that and discuss what makes a cake bespoke and how you can get your hands on one.
We’re obsessed with cake and making sure yours tastes and looks its best for your big day. In this article we are giving you a blow by blow account of a typical week in the kitchen for a three tier cake. Taller tiered cakes and cakes with a high level of decoration will take longer and therefore would generally be started a day earlier.
** Serving Guide is based on portion sizes of 1’(width) x 2”(depth) x height of the cake.
Finger portions are 1” (width) x 1” (depth) x height of cake and yield double the number of servings.**
A question I am often asked is: How much cake do we need? Although it is ultimately down to the individual couples, I have compiled a list of 5 things to keep in mind that will help make that decision even easier.
"Baking and cake decorating is my passion, making happy customers is my goal." - Bianca