From engagement to the final wedding day, it’s just nonstop planning to get every detail right for the “big day”. Every bride is unique and so is her dream wedding cake. So here’s a quick guide to choosing the “perfect” cake for that grand moment.
1. Pick a theme or colour scheme.
2. Decide on a style of cake that will match your theme e.g vintage, all white,floral, rustic.
3. Send us any inspirations & we’ll help you get started on designing your dream cake!
Send Us Your Design
You can have a simple elegant buttercream design with fresh flowers or highly personalised fondant design that matches the wedding dress. We will work with you on all the details to create your dream cake. Feel free to book an appointment with head decorator & owner, Frances, for a consultation on your cake.
*strictly no R-rated/nudity/offensive themes
Pick Your Size
Depending on the number of pax at your wedding, here’s a guide to your perfectcake size.
- 1 tier for 25 – 30 pax
- 2 tier for 40 – 45 pax
- 3 tier for 70 – 80 pax
Need a custom size? Let us know how many guests you are expecting & we’ll help you calculate a size that’ll feed your guests.
Pick An Icing
Buttercream cakes are fashionable nowadays with the introduction of “naked” cakes (there’s no nudity involved, it’s just that you can see the cake through the icing!). You can have design options like a rustic naked cake to swirl piped cake. Fondant cakes have a more polished finish and can have endless designs options from figurines to sugar lace, sugar flowers to gold finishings.
Choose Your Flavour
All our cakes are baked fresh just before we decorate. Choose from our list of cakes that aim to please just about everyone:
- Classic Butter Cake
- Orange Butter
- Caramel Butter
- Red Velvet
- Carrot Cake (Butter Free)
- Signature Chocolate Mud
Order Your Cakes Here!
So you’ve got the perfect wedding planned and you need a cake to match. Fill up the details below and let’s get started! We will reply you within 72 hours.
“Our sweet creations are all handmade so give us at least 1-2 weeks notice”