The following prices are a guide for the size of cake only. The price of a cake depends on the final design and size, the amount of detail and any figure modelling required.
6" round - £35 6" square - £45
7" round - £40 7" square - £50
8" round - £45 8" square - £55
9" round - £50 9" square - £65
10" round - £55 10" square - £75
11" round - £65 11" square - £85
12" round - £75 12" square - £95
13" round - £85 13" square - £105
14" round - £95 14" square - £115
These prices are for standard height 3 layer sponge cakes and not fruit or truffle cakes, for which we can give you individual quotes.
Prices are dependent upon a number of things, including flavour, number and height of tiers, design style and the amount of modelling work required. As a guide, a 3 tier all sponge Semi-Naked wedding cake consisting of standard height round 6", 8" and 10" tiers would start from £275, and a 2 tier 6"8" round wedding cake consisting of standard height tiers would start at £160.
Every Wedding Cake I design is priced individually according to the amount of work and number of hours, as well as the amount of skill required for the design. Things like sugar flowers or sugar modelling, and intricate piping or lace work do cost more due to the amount of time and the level of skill required.
Cupcakes (with a buttercream rose) start from £2.50 each (with a minimum order of 6 in any flavour), and dependent on the intricacy of decoration required, the price will rise accordingly. Cocktail Cupcakes start from £3.00 each.
Individual Brownies and Decorated Cookies start from £3.00 each, this includes a compostable cellulose gift bag and ribbon. There is a minimum order of 6.
Any quotes given for Wedding or Celebration Cakes and Bespoke Cupcakes or other Sweet Treats are valid for a period of two months, if they have not been taken up within this time, it is possible they will need to be requoted.
Below is a guide to the number of portions you can cut from round and square cakes of various sizes.
Fruit cakes are usually cut into portions measuring 1"x1", whilst sponge cakes are cut into slightly larger portions, measuring around 2"x1". This means you get fewer portions from a sponge cake than you do from a fruit cake of a similar size.
I am now fully booked until the end of February 2023 for larger cakes and big or intricate orders for cupcakes and biscuits.
Please do get in touch for availability March onwards.