Here you'll find answers to general frequently asked questions and, wedding specific questions. If you don't see what you are after, just contact me.
Q. Whats the minimum number of cupcakes I can order?
Minimum order quantity for cupcakes is 12. They are also sold in batches of 12s too. Sometimes I offer quantities of 4's during special occasions such as Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, etc.
Q. Can I mix cake flavours?
Yes. For cupcakes the minimum you can mix is 6 i.e. a box of 12 having two flavours. If your having tiered celebration cakes, you can have a different flavour for each tier too.
Q. How far in advance do I need to order my cake?
For standard cakes I recommend a minimum of three weeks notice to ensure your date is available. However please note that a lot of customers are booking with me a month or two in advance so if possible, booking sooner is highly advised . As much as possible I will however do my best to accommodate cakes at a later notice if time permits.
Q. Can I collect my cake?
Yes, all cakes are available for collection from me in Sidcup. Further details will be given at time of order.
Q. Do you deliver?
Yes, delivery is available throughout Bexley, and also Kent, London and Essex within 10 miles radius of Sidcup charged depending on location and delivery date/time depends on availability. Delivery outside the 10 mile radius is available using a carrier service.
Q. How do I make payment?
For celebration cakes full payment is due at the time of booking and upon receipt of your invoice which will be sent to you by email. All major credit and debit cards are accepted, including Paypal and bank transfer further details of these can be provided at time of booking.
Q. I want the sponge of my baby shower cake to be coloured, can this be done?
Certainly, as well as having red sponge you can definitely have a pink or blue sponge which works great for baby shower cakes and children's cake.
Q. Can you make gluten and dairy free cakes?
Q. How do I store my cake?
Cakes should be stored in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight or heat. Sponge cakes will stay fresh for up to a week if stored well, in its box, wrapped in cling film or, in an airtight container however during hot weather, like all foods shelf-life may decrease. To extend the shelf-life of cakes simply wrapped in cling film and freeze them for up to 4 months.
Cupcakes will keep for 2 to 3 days if stored well.
Wrapped well in cling film and in the freezer, fruitcakes can keep for up to 1 year.
DO NOT REFRIGERATE cakes as this will cause them to dry out.