Information to Know
When should I place my order?
We understand that not every event is planned very far out. We do ask that all custom orders be placed at least two weeks in advance. If you are looking to places a multi- dessert order, we recommend placing orders two - four weeks in advance.
Do we require a deposit?
Yes, we do require a non refundable Deposit of half down for all orders at the time of booking.
We do not work with any 3rd party delivery companies. So if you see our menu listed on a site like Doordash, Delivery Fix or Uber Eats do not order from these sites. We have not approved these deliveries and we are not responsible for any orders that are placed with them. If you wish to order items from us and need delivery, you must call and find out availability. We also offer wedding delivery and set up.
When ordering your desserts we will have you select a two hour pick up time frame. We ask that you pick up your order only during the time frame you have selected. Any one can pick up for you. The person picking up your order will need your order theme and name.
While we know that these are a common theme for many children's birthday parties, we can not put these on our cakes. You can provide store bought figurines and we can place them in a setting fit for a princess or super hero. If you wish to have inspired Disney cakes we can come up with something that will get your vision across. So you want a pink and white cake with two round circles on it with a fitting girly bow? Sure, but not Minnie Mouse.
Caring for my sweets before my event.
Many of our cakes are decorating in Swiss Buttercream. Cakes should be kept in a fridge until about 1 hour before your event begins. If you selected cupcakes with filling these can be left on the counter for around 5 hours.
Fondant cakes may become sticky if placed in a moist fridge, so we recommend leaving them out in a cool dry place in the box they came in. Please keep this in mind when selecting your pick up time frame if you do not have space to store your items properly.