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How far in advance should I book my wedding cake?

It is a good idea to make a booking as soon as you know your wedding date. I am regularly booked up 12 months in advance, however I can sometimes accommodate shorter notice.

How much does a wedding cake cost?

Although all our wedding cakes are bespoke and therefore individually priced, we have set out a price guide.

An accurate price can be given  for your unique design when you get in touch

Can you cater for special dietary requirements?

I am happy to make cakes for dietary & lifestyle requirements however my cakes are made in a kitchen that may contain traces of nuts, gluten and dairy products.

How do I choose my design?

As a point of reference, it is a good idea to have a look at pictures of cakes in magazines or Pinterest for example. This will give me an idea of what you like. Together we will design the cake of your dreams.  I will guide you through the whole process, from concept to the final design. 

Can you make my wedding favours for me?

Most definitely- such a lovely treat for your guests to take away and enjoy later.  Have a look at the selection

Can I have fresh flowers on my cake?

Fresh flowers can be used on buttercream & semi-naked cakes.  Commercial flower growers generally use pesticides,  for this reason I recommend using organically produced flowers from a few select suppliers.  

What size wedding cake do I need?

You can find a guide to servings per cake here however, not everyone likes cake so I suggest you provide enough portions for about 80% of your guests.


If you know your family and friends love cake and you would like to offer larger potions, we can take that into account. Or if you would like less cake but want the wow factor of a tall cake, that can be created by using dummy tiers. 

Do you deliver?

All wedding cakes are delivered and set up by The Paradise Cake Company, other cakes can be delivered by arrangement on request, there will be a charge for delivery.

How do I store the sugar flowers from my cake?

The best way to store your sugar flowers is in a box with tissue paper, in a dry environment. Any dampness will make the sugar melt causing your flowers to wilt. Dehumidifying crystals help absorb moisture in the atmosphere.  It is advisable to check from time to time to make sure the dehumidifying crystals are not saturated and need replacing. 

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