What is your most memorable wedding?
Setting up a large 4 tier cake at the Old Hall Ely. This cake had florals in between each tier so by the end of construction was pretty tall. It looked stunning and was a eye catcher all day and a focal talking point for all the guests. The bride was lovely to correspond with, even going so far as buying me a personalised mug with my logo as a thanks, such a lovely touch.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
elegant, vintage, bespoke, individual, romantic
What about your business are you most proud of?
How far my little business has come in 9 years. There is only me and to get as far as I have and have established such a great name for myself, even with a rebrand for all things wedding. I still get nervous before each wedding too.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Take a breath. I think you can get so caught up in all the wedding planning that you forget to enjoy the build up, so take a breath, remember why you are doing it and then carry out.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Using their loved fur babies in the wedding. Last wedding their used their dog Alfie as ring bearer. I love this.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Initial consultation and cake tasting, rough design of cake and details, various correspondence throughout the timeline of their build up to the wedding, final meetings for timings, design and flavours. Purchasing of all equipment/ingredients. Baking, gnashing, covering and decorating. Final journey to the venue, set up of the cake and proud photo taking.