Pricing & Portions
Attention to detail at every stage is what I pride myself on. All of my cakes (and favours) are baked in my cake studio. Every inch of your cake has been lovingly put together to create a one of a kind masterpiece that will wow all of your guests. I source the best of fresh local ingredients and natural flavourings as much as I can to produce a taste sensation that lasts with every bite of cake.
I can on draw inspiration from all aspects of your wedding from colour swatches, wedding invites, a Mood board or an Pinterest collection of photos - no two cakes will be the same. You have complete control over the whole design process every step of the way. I am here to guide you through that process with my knowledge of all things cake, and make it the most enjoyable experience on the run up to your special day.
If you would like me to make your wedding cake for your special day
3 tiers start at £350, this will include a few basic flowers.
Prices start at £55 for a 6 inch round cake 5 inches tall.
Prices start at £2 each cake and a minimum order of 24, Corporate designs and logo cupcakes on request.
*Please note: These prices represent a simple level of decorative detail.
A date can be secured for your birthday or celebration cake by paying 50% of the cake cost to book and the final amount being paid 2 weeks prior to your event.A wedding cake consultation can be booked for £25 which will consist of up to an hour consultation and a sample box with at least 5 cakes.A sample box without a consultation can be purchased for £15.Your wedding date can be secured with a £100 non-refundable booking fee, please note your date is not secure until this has been paid.Celebration cakes to be collected from Coralie's Cake Design at an agreed time. Wedding cake delivery and set up at your venue is included in your quote.
This is a approximate guide on how many portions of cake you can get from each cake. Portions are based on a 1"×1"×4" tall which is ideal for a wedding cake Portions, if the cake is for a birthday then you would cut larger pieces and the cake would then serve less people.