Specialised Wedding Cakes with Sarah DunlopNext to the dress, the wedding cake is probably the single most personal part of a bride’s day. Getting the cake right is a big responsibility but also a huge privilege.

What Sarah does is not only create beautiful cakes, but she crafts a personal statement that forms the centre piece of the perfect day.

From taste to design, Sarah makes a cake personal to your specifications providing a cake to satisfy, not just the happy couple, but also their full wedding party. So much time, talent and hard work goes into each and every cake at Specialised Celebration Cakes, especially bespoke wedding cakes and cakes with intricate designs.

If you have a sweet tooth and an appreciation for creative confectionary, choosing your wedding cake is likely to be one of your favourite parts of wedding planning. Here are some tips to help you create the cake of your dreams:


Set a budget straight from the beginning and be open with your cake designer. It will make the process much easier and there are plenty of money saving tips that your cake designer can suggest. If you’re on a tight budget, think about having an oversized statement sugar flower or blocks of colour, rather than piped lace or a floral cascade.

Theme of the cake

Bring as much information as possible to your cake tasting consultation. Think of the ideas & theme of the wedding, including the colour of your dress, bridesmaid dresses and inspiration from the room and flowers. It will make the selection easier.

Flavour of the cake

It doesn’t have to be a traditional fruit or one flavoured sponge cake. Be inspired, you can have a different choice of cake mix for each individual tier.

Delivery and setting up of the wedding cake

Before confirming your order, decide who will deliver your cake on the day and more importantly who will set it up. Your cake designer can arrange this with you at the time of your consultation.

Serving your wedding cake as a dessert

Why not save money and let your guests enjoy your delicious cake by serving it as a dessert, instead of waiting till late in the evening when people are too busy partying.