Sweet Satin Wedding Cake
A contemporary three tier ivory wedding cake coverered with luxurious white chocolate ganache* and pale ivory sugarpaste. The sharp edges are softened with bands of pearlised sugarpaste made to resemble satin. Your cake is finished with oversized knot, button details at the back and a pretty sugar corsage made up of a single white rose, blossom flowers and green foliage. Once wed, remove the sugar flowers from the cake to keep as a unique memento of your day.
*Marzipan is used for our fruit cake
Serves 82 (see our wedding cake cutting guide)
We guarantee that your cake will remain deliciously fresh tasting for a minimum of 7 days from delivery.
- Board diameter 28 cm
- Bottom tier diameter 20.5 cm
- Middle tier diameter 15.5 cm
- Top tier diameter 10.5 cm
- Overall height (including cake board and decoration) 49 cm
Your freshly baked cake will be decorated by hand, therefore some slight variation may occur.
Our fruit cake is shallower than our sponge cakes, therefore if you select fruit cake for your bottom tier, it will be built up on a small platform before being covered in icing to ensure each tier of your wedding cake is the same height.
Preparation and storage
The cake is supplied assembled and ready to eat on an iced cake board, edged with ribbon as pictured.
The sugar flowers contain wires and should not be eaten. If stored somewhere dry and out of direct sunlight, your sugar flowers should last a lifetime.
Store in a cool dry place out of direct heat and sunlight. You should not store your cake in the refrigerator
Our sponge cakes contain Milk, Eggs, Wheat and may contain Nut traces as nuts are used in the environment where the cakes are made
Our fruit cake contains Milk, Eggs, Wheat, Nuts
We currently deliver in the North West of England at a cost of £55. If you would like a cake delivered outside this area please email email@example.com to obtain a quote.
Your cake will be delivered to you up to three days before your wedding. You will receive notification of your delivery date and an approximate time, two weeks before your wedding. There must be someone available at the address to take delivery of your cake.