Nine times out of ten, this is the first question I am asked. The answer is always that it depends on the design that has been chosen.
The basic formula I use for costing a wedding cake is based on £100 per tier for a plain iced cake with an extra charge for decoration depending on the complexity and the time taken to make it. Using this formula the average price I charged for a 3 tier wedding cake in 2009 was in the range of £400 to £450. However many brides choose to have a plain iced cake and decorate with fresh flowers which costs closer to £300 and similarly a number of brides choose large expensive cakes wrapped with chocolate which cost £700+.
I like to think that we can supply the cake of your dreams to match your budget.
We make an extra charge for delivery and set up at your wedding venue depending on the distance travelled. We deliver cakes all across South Wales from St.Pierre in Chepstow, to the Celtic Manor in Newport, St.Davids Hotel & Spa in Cardiff, Fairyhill in the Gower, Morgans Hotel in Swansea, The Towers Hotel in Neath Port Talbot, The Atlantic Hotel in Portcawl, St.Marys Hotel in Bridgend, Slebach Park near Haverfordwest to Peterstone Court near Brecon.
It is definitely the most stressful part of the job because of the fragile nature of the cakes. On average we charge between £30 to £50 for this service. You can however choose to collect the cake the day before the wedding at no cost.
Cup cakes are very popular at the moment and come is all different shapes and sizes. More often brides will chose a small top tier as an accompaniment to the cup cake tower so that there is something to cut.
Prices range from £2.50 upwards for cup cakes and a small top tier will cost around £80.
After her success at the British Bakery Awards Sian is in much demand so booking early is essential. Call us today to arrange your wedding consultation.
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