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?
I have two, The Towers Cake, beautiful romantic castle cake based on the venue Horsley Towers, and the afternoon tea cake which I designed 12 years ago now but Ive seen done in various different forms these days, signature flavour is my lemon and my biscoff cake. Also my illusion cake, the cake still looks like a naked but is a lot more stable for the summer months best of both worlds.
What is the most original creation you have baked for a wedding?
My double sided star wars cake
Describe how you got into making wedding cakes.
When I was 18 years old my dad brought me a cake decorating book, and I always made cakes for family and friends, I never dreamed then it would be an full time job. When my twin boys turned 7 I was getting the itch to do something more than just looking after my boys, and my sister got me my first corporate paid order, I can honestly say I was super nervous but the rest is history it has just grown since then, been in the cake making business now for 12 years, always learning new skills and developing new flavours.
What would be your show stopper in the Great British Bake Off?
Really depends what the theme was to be honest, I can generally lend my hand to anything creative, above all it be super tasty.