Frequently Asked Questions

Use this website as a resource for your upcoming event or wedding cake to ensure you’re covered when it comes to ordering the right cake.

How soon do I need to order a wedding cake?

  • As soon as you can, really. Bakeries book up quickly and you’re better off reserving a date then finalizing on the delivery time and flavors after. Reserving a date will most of the time include or require 50% of the deposit.

 

Are you available to make my wedding cake?

  • Short answer is no. I typically only make cakes for close friends and family. I can, however, give you recommendations on what to look for and questions to ask when you’re finding your baker.

 

Can I schedule a tasting?

  • Yes – most places will recommend having a tasting to get a better idea of your cake flavors and to get to know the couple. Often times, this could be a small charge or free of charge if you decide to go with that baker.

 

My wedding is outside, will my cake melt?

  • If you’re getting married in a barn like 80% of Vermont weddings, the cake will melt a little. That is to be expected when you get married in the summer or fall. My recommendation would be to stay away from cream cheese, whipped cream and have the cake wrapped in fondant. This will help keep the cake cool and in place.

 

Do you deliver?

  • Yes – and I would not recommend for anyone but an expert to pick-up or deliver a wedding cake. This is typically very stressful, especially if you’re dealing with traffic or crazy drivers.

 

Can I put fresh flowers on my cake?

  • It’s your cake, so yes! Fresh flowers always look very elegant. I won’t be able to place the fresh flowers on the cake due to Health Department rules, but if you have the flowers ordered, available to me prior to delivering the cake or at the venue, I’ll be sure they’re displayed on the cake, tastefully.