Can I visit your store?
I do not have a storefront for customers to visit. The website offers a photo album and price information. We can discuss your order on the phone or by email. You may request a wedding cake consultation meeting. Scroll down for details.
Can I make changes to a cake I like on your website?
Absolutely! These pictures are only samples and ideas. You can change anything you want. You may also send photos from other sources.
Is there a minimum order?
My minimum order is $50. This covers all cakes except smash cakes. You may only order smash cakes with other items or in multiples.
What does price per serving mean?
When you let me know approximately how many people you need to serve, I will suggest a cake size that comes the closest to serving this number of people. You pay per serving for what the cake actually serves.
Can I send you a picture or idea from another website?
Yes! You are not limited to the cakes I have here. I can make custom shapes or themes. However, copyrighted characters such as Elmo or Spongebob cannot be legally duplicated. I can add character toys or candles to any design.
Where do you deliver?
I offer delivery in Albany, Leesburg and Smithville (GA). Surrounding towns are available for an additional fee. You can meet me in Leesburg or Smithville for pickup. See below for wedding delivery.
Can you ship cakes?
No, I can’t ship cakes but I will ship cookies!
Can I pick up my order?
I can deliver your order or we can agree on a convenient place to meet.
Do you make cakes in your own home?
No, I don’t work out of my home kitchen. I have a separate building on my property with a commercial kitchen that is licensed and inspected regularly.
How do I pay for my cake?
I accept all major Credit Cards, Debit Cards, PayPal, Square, Check, Money Order and Cash.
How do I place an order?
Call or email me for price quotes and ordering information.
Will you deliver the wedding cake?
Wedding cake delivery is free in Albany and Leesburg. There is an additional fee to deliver to surrounding towns. You may pick up your wedding cake. My cakes travel extremely well but it is still scary to transport a stacked cake. I recommend delivery, simply to relieve this pressure on an already stressful day. Here are a few sample prices. Please call for information on specific destinations.
Gin Creek: $150
Lake Blackshear Resort: $75
How do I estimate the price of my cake?
The pricing tab gives general prices for cakes and accessories. This price includes vanilla or chocolate cake and white icing. Other flavors are available.
When you let me know approximately how many people you need to serve, I will choose a cake size that comes the closest to serving this number of people. You pay per serving for what the cake actually serves.
Where do I get a cake stand?
Stands are not necessary but add some height and elegance to your table display. I do not provide metal pedestals or stands for your wedding cakes. You may rent them locally at Rental Depot and Bob White rents. Your caterer, florist, or venue coordinator may also provide these. Other ideas- Mirror, glass pedestal, box draped with fabric, ring of small stands/glass vases/ glass bricks/
Check out Pinterest for some amazing ideas.
What are my choices for flowers on the wedding cake?
Flowers may be added to any design. I can provide edible flowers or I can use silk flowers provided by you. I must have silk flowers before the wedding day. I will not add them on-site. Fresh flowers must be provided and applied by your florist. Please research your fresh flower choice. Many flowers are poisonous and should not be put on your cake.
Will you cut the wedding cake?
I don’t offer cake serving or table decorating services. Here are a few articles that may be helpful for serving your cake.
What is a Groom’s cake?
The groom’s cake is a southern tradition! It isn’t required but adds fun and another flavor choice for your guests. The groom’s cake usually reflects his interests and personality. If you can’t find an appropriate theme, please ask me for ideas.
Who’s initial comes first for the cake monogram?
Traditionally, he bride’s initial should come first, then the Groom’s last initial (large) and then his first initial. For example: Jane and Ronald Brown would be JBR.