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Wedding Cakes and Birthday Cakes

Here are a few of our recent wedding cakes and birthday cakes.

 Firstly a chocolate birthday cake made for my Mums birthday, topped with a large pink rose, wisteria and little white blossoms.

A pretty 2-tier wedding cake with ruffle roses, topped with pink Icelandic poppies and little white blossoms.

A 3-tier spring green ombre wedding cake with peonies and green hydrangea flowers, delivered to Inn on the Lake, Ullswater on Valentines day. Each guest was also treated to a red heart 'Valentines' iced biscuit favour. 

A 3-tier wedding cake with individually cut, embossed and piped lace. Delivered to Abbey House Hotel.


  1. Well, they're all beautiful but the ombre cake with the hint of lime is just gorgeous :-)

  2. Forgot to say, I like your mum's b-day cake this year!

  3. Amazing...I wonder if you can make it for my wedding!!


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