Wedding Cake FAQs

Q. Can I have different flavours for each tier of my wedding cake?

Yes of course. Please check the Flavours page to see some of the choices you could go for. Or, if you do not see the flavour you would like, just let me know as (nearly) nothing is impossible to make. However please note I do not make fresh cream cakes for wedding cakes.

Q. Can you make gluten and dairy free wedding cakes?

Yes. Various cakes available.

Q. I want flowers on my cake, what are the options?

There are three options:

➻ Edible sugar flowers

➻ Artificial life-like flowers

➻ Real flowers - these can match you bouquet or floral decor.
Your florist will need to supply the flowers for the wedding cake; we will then liaise with them to ensure everything is to your satisfaction.

Q. How far in advance do we need to order our wedding cake?

I would advise booking at least six months in advance, to ensure your date is available.

Q. How much are your wedding cakes?

The price of your wedding cake will depend on a number of factors such as size, number of tiers number of guests you wish to feed, complexity of your design, amount and type of flowers required, flavours etc.
Our Price Guide will give you a idea of some costs. For a quote, please Get in Touch

Q. Whats is the delivery charge for a wedding cake?

Delivery is charged at £1.50 for every 1 mile.
Delivery to central London is charged at a flat rate of £60.00.

Q. Can I hire a stand and cake knife? How does it work?

Certainly, you can hire a stand and/or cake knife nonrefundable slice for your special day. A fee and deposit is payable at the time of booking your wedding cake. Please see Cake Stand Hire for more information.

Q. How do I make payment?

Wedding cakes require a 50% (non refundable) deposit at the time of booking. The balance is due 2 weeks prior to delivery/collection. I accept Paypal, bank transfer and all major credit/debit cards.

Q. How do I store my cake?

Sponge Cakes

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.