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We are an independent artisan cake studio specialising in bespoke cake design, offering gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan cakes.
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Emilia’s Cakes is a Coventry based, independent artisan cake studio where we specialise in bespoke sculpted cakes and handcrafted cake toppers. We offer wedding and birthday cakes, novelty cupcakes and biscuits. At Emilia’s Cakes, we put a great focus on dietary requirements and lifestyles of our clients by offering dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free and vegan cakes. Our products are made from scratch at our premises by Agnieszka and her daughter Emilia. Agnieszka's and Emilia's professional backgrounds are deeply rooted in fine art practices and crafts. Aggie, who is the owner of the shop, has 20 years of experience in baking, decorating and crafts whilst Emilia is a freelance visual artist. Since the opening in 2007, Emilia's Cakes have catered for many events, corporate organisations as well as supplied local cafes and restaurants. Our clients include the NHS, Curve Media, University of Warwick, Earthen Lamp, Drapers Bar and many more. We have also created cakes for the film set of 'Nativity 3: Dude, Where's my Donkey' (2014), directed by Debbie Isitt.
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Name of Wedding Contact: Emilia
Hi, Thank you for popping by and checking out our page! My name is Emilia and I'm here to assist you during this beautiful and sometimes tricky, process of ordering your perfect wedding cake. We see our clients as collaborators rather than customers, and our aim is to work with you to create a perfect center piece. We look forward to receiving your message! Best wishes, Emilia
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What is the most original creation you have baked for a wedding?
We have created a cake installation for couple of contemporary artists Rebekah and Darryl Georgiou. The cake designed by the bride was influenced by the book written by Norton Juster 'The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics'. This round shaped cuboid spinach cake ending with a Cupid pointing the arrow at a rice Krispy sphere cake was a highlight of everyone's discussion.