What is your most memorable wedding?
Difficult to have a favourite but we do love creating cakes that are specific to our clients and our quirky double sided cakes are always such fun to do, from the designing stage to the actual making stage.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Creative, Beautiful, Unique, Stunning, Quirky
What about your business are you most proud of?
The client base and friendships we have built up, they generally come back to us after their wedding too.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Make sure you choose any service where you click with your supplier, as that relationship is important, also that you are truly confident in what they say they can really do for you. Also don't leave it too late to contact your preferred suppliers as we do get booked up very quickly.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
We love meeting clients, and designing a completely different cake to what they thought they could have and to see the excitement and enthusiasm from all parties involved.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Contact us via email, we will check date availability then we will offer you dates to come and see us for an informal free non obligation wedding chat, where we offer some yummy cakes, please check your spam box in case our reply is there thank you.
What is your signature cake?
Our signature cake how now changed it is definitely our two sided cakes which we love how inspired our clients get when we talk about them, we've taken it from being a boring flat images with some curtains to a real work of 3 dimensional art which no one wants to cut, but cutting it is equally a wonderful experience as our cakes really do taste great. After years it being our teapot cake which we designed four years ago because people couldn't afford to do a full blown sit down meal so were doing afternoon teas instead, this cake is still going strong today.
What is the most original creation you have baked for a wedding?
There are so many we do like to push the boundaries and we have so much more to come.
Describe how you got into making wedding cakes.
I started playing around with cake when I was 18 and have made many a family wedding cake and friends wedding cakes, but it really was just a hobby, I have always been interested in the art of cake decoration. Then one day, in 2011 just got the confidents to go it alone and start it as a business and the rest is history. we haven't looked back the business has gone from strength to strength. Everywhere we go we feel like celebrities now as people seem to have heard of us in a good way.
What would be your show stopper in the Great British Bake Off?
Difficult one as my mind is always floating with new ideas so this would change but it would be very quirky and unique.