Cake Care Instructions

Handle with Love

Cherish your sweet treats like the precious gems they truly are with proper cake care handling.

When carrying the box, use both hands either underneath. Remember, never hold the side of the cake box or press the top of the box unless you want an unsightly cake in your birthday pictures.

Transporting your Cakes and Sweet Treats

Set the cake on a flat, level surface in your vehicle’s boot or footwell. Ensure there are no loose items nearby that could slide or fall and potentially damage the cake.

To prevent the cake from sliding around during the journey, we recommend using non-slip matting underneath the box to keep it securely in place.

Direct sunlight can cause the cake to melt, so please keep it out of any sun-exposed areas in your vehicle. Make sure the inside of your vehicle is kept as cool as possible throughout your trip.

Do not leave the cake unattended in the vehicle without shade or the air conditioning on.

Drive carefully and smoothly, taking corners slowly and avoid speeding and bumpy roads.

Storing, Serving & Savouring

Store the cake in its box in the refrigerator until 1-2 hours before serving. All cakes taste best eaten at room temperature.

When taking the cake out of the fridge, keep it in the cake box until it is time to serve to allow it to come to room temperature gradually. This precaution will prevent condensation from forming on the cake’s surface and dark colours to bleed.

Handmade decorations and figurines often need wires, toothpicks or wooden skewers for support. Please remember to remove all decorative items and ensure those are removed before serving, especially to small children.

Care & Storage for your Sugarpaste Cake

Sugarpaste covered cakes should NOT be refrigerated.

Store the cake in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and humidity.

Left in the box in an air-conditioned room is ideal.

Sugarpaste cakes will be decorated with bench-stable buttercream and chocolate ganache.

Storing & Serving your Cheesecake

From frozen, move your cheesecake to the fridge 4 to 8 hours before serving. This will allow the cheesecake to thaw gradually.

If you have forgotten to do the above, do not panic! Keeping the cheesecake in its box, take it out of the freezer and place on your counter 30 minutes (in summer) to 1 hour (in winter) before serving.

Storing your Leftover Cake

Slice the cake into small portions.

Place in an airtight container and refrigerate it for up to 3 days.

Alternatively, freezing the cake will allow it to last up to 2 months.

Bring the cake to room temperature before indulging in its deliciousness.