Novelty Cakes

NOVELTY CAKES

A novelty cake is an ideal way to celebrate a birthday or family event. In the past I have made cakes themed for golf, graduation, marathon run etc. and I am happy to help you with a design that is suitable for the occasion. You can choose from a single tier, or if you are having a larger celebration a tiered cake with that extra 'WOW' factor. The most popular flavours are moist vanilla, lemon drizzle, chocolate fudge or carrot cake, each to be filled with a fruit conserve of your choice, butter cream or smooth silky white, milk or dark chocolate ganache. The choice is yours, just ask ! 

All Prices are Upon Application but Start From £40.00


FLAVOURS

Many flavours of cake can be provided so please PICK YOUR FAVOURITE. Each tier can be different. Some suggested sponge cake flavours are vanilla, chocolate, lemon drizzle, orange, lime, salted caramel, sticky toffee, red velvet, carrot, Jamaican ginger or coffee & walnut. Buttercream can be flavoured with strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, orange, lime, chocolate and caramel.  


Below are some examples of Novelty cakes that I have created.  



6" Round - 7 "Square Start From £40.00 - 8" Round - 9" Square Start From £50.00 - 10" Round - 11" Square Start From £60.00 12" Round - 13" Square Start From £80.00.


COPYRIGHT RESTRICTIONS

Copyrights subsist in original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium. Examples of copyright materials, to name just a few, include items such as artwork, sculptures, novels, software and even website content. Except in limited circumstances known as fair use, it is generally an infringement to engage in one or more of the above infringing acts without permission (an express license) from the owner. So, for example, replicating a character from a Disney movie on a cake is a derivative work, and without a license, or a finding of fair use, is a copyright infringement. 

While making such a cake inside your home for your personal use is most likely a fair use, selling, donating or transferring that cake to another person (whether or not for money) is most likely not a fair use.

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