What is your most memorable wedding?
My most memorable wedding cake has to be be my sisters. Having to be cake maker and maid of honour was a tall stretch but it worked out well in the end!
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Modern, Contemporary, Luxury, Bespoke & Romantic
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Make sure you book your wedding cake well in advance to get the cake maker you want. Be sure to also have a tasting session before you order!
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
My favourite personal touch at a wedding is using the favours as a tribute to someone who was no longer with us.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
When a couple contact me, the first thing I need to know is the date of the wedding. Once we have established the date, I would offer the bride and groom a chance to meet to discuss their cake and also offer a tasting session.
After discussing all the design options in depth, and the bride and groom have decided on a final design, I would take all relevant information I need to put together a detailed quote.
This is then emailed over to the couple to look over and decide if they wish to go ahead and book.
To book a cake, I do require a £100 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit. This will confirm your date and the remainder of the balance will not be due until 6 weeks before the wedding.
What is your signature cake?
My signature cake is white or ivory with lots of beautiful sugar flowers and perhaps some piped lace details.
What is the most original creation you have baked for a wedding?
I have done a half and half wedding cake before, where one half looked like a traditional wedding cake (the brides choice) and the other half had a different superhero on each tier (the grooms choice, needless to say!)
Describe how you got into making wedding cakes.
I started making cupcakes and birthday cakes as a hobby for friends and family alongside a 9-5 office job. But the more I did, the more I wanted to learn to create bigger and better things. So I practised, practised, practised until I believed I was good enough to make a cake that would be up to a wedding cake standard. It has since snowballed from there!