All our cakes are
beautifully gift wrapped
Your cake will be delivered in its own exclusive cake tin. The tins are high quality, British made from lacquered steel with a choice of two colours. The tin helps to protect the cake and keep it fresh and it also makes a lovely keepsake (providing years of use long after the cake has been eaten). We then wrap the tin in specially printed tissue paper and seal it with a gold ribbon and bow. At this stage we add your personalised message card enclosed in a gold envelope, and then the whole package is presented in a beautiful white gift box which is padded and extra-strong, for delivery by the courier.
Receiving the cake in its own cake-tin will be a lovely surprise...
Choose from two colours: Classic White or Rose Gold.
Select a greeting card for your cake...
We can print your personal message, in any language, inside a lovely greeting card (4×6 inches). We’ll enclose it in a luxury gold envelope and place it on top of the gift-wrapped cake so that it’s the first thing the recipient sees when they open the presentation box. Don’t forget to say who the cake is from. Select your greeting card at the checkout page.
Here’s how it works...
Take your pick
Choose from one of eight delicious cakes. All hand made from scratch (we don’t use pre-mixes). All are top quality recipes with no added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Proper cake, baked to perfection by a great team of cake lovers.
Add a message
When you enter your order you’ll be asked to include wording for your message card. It can be anything you like, in any language. We then print your message onto a luxury gift card, enclose it in a gold envelope, and send it with the cake. Don’t forget to say who the cake is from!
Pop in the address
You select a delivery date and enter the delivery address. We’ll put the cake in its own tin, gift-wrap it, pack it in a specially designed extra-strong gift box with padding and dispatch it by express next-day courier to arrive with the the lucky recipient on your nominated day.