Ordering & Delivery
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Ordering, Payment, Delivery

You can enquire about cakes, cupcakes and macarons by visiting the contact page. You can send me an email, message me on my social media platforms or call me on the number provided. Some macarons might be available for short noticed orders. However for custom made cakes, cupcakes and macarons I need at least three weeks notice. 


A 6″ decoarated cake is around  £40, a 7″ is £50 , an 8″ is around £60. Fondant cover will be extra.  The final price depends on the amount of work and material required for your special design. For example if you like to have sugar flowers for your cake, they will be an additional cost. 

Cupcakes are between £1.50 to £2.50 each depending on the decorations you like on them. For example fondant designs like the Harry Potter cupcakes I had done before are £2.50 each. Macarons start from £1.50. If you order more than 30 macarons, then the price of each will come down to £1.35.  For this number you can choose up to  Three different  flavours. 

Payments can be made via online bank transfer. 50% deposit is taken in advance and 20% is non-refundable. This deposit secures your slot in my diary. Full payment of the balance must be made one week prior to delivery. 


You can collect your cake or macarons from my place if you wish however, to safely transport the cake or your macarons will be your own responsibility! If you choose the delivery option, I charge  £0.50p per mile for delivery out of Ipswich plus the time. 

Shopping Questions

I ask for four weeks notice but I advise you to do so as soon as you know your date. Sometimes even four weeks notice doesn’t guarantee the availability. Late bookings can only be made if I have availability.

I would say 3-4 days in an airtight container.

Depending on the filling you choose, the shelf life varies. A chocolate ganache or fruit ganache can last up to a week in an airtight container in the fridge. Macarons with fruit curd fillings are good upto 4 days, and macarons filled with fruit compotes should be eaten within two days otherwise they can go soggy!

Absolutely! In fact if you are not sure you will finish them soon, you can freeze them on the day of purchase and take them out as you need. It’s best to first defrost them in an airtight container in the fridge for 24 hours and then leave at room temperature before enjoying them.

My chocolate or coffee flavoured cakes and macarons don’t have any preservatives. However I sometimes add freeze dried fruit powders, fruit extracts or fruit flavoured drink mixes to enhance the fruity flavour of my buttercream or ganache. This is optional and if you don’t like any preservatives in your order, do let me know and I can just use fruit puree. However the taste might be quite subtle!

Yes. You need to let me know what design you have in your mind and I can suggest the possible options.