How much are your cakes?
All cakes are priced per order. Cupcakes are usually around £14 for 6. A simple 8" cake starts at £60 for collection
Do you deliver?
Cakes can be delivered and set-up (if required) and is charged at £8.00 an hour, rounded to the nearest half an hour. Charges are for travelling to and from the destination. Requests for delivery need to be made in advance and added to the order
Please note that I work Monday to Friday and commute for over an hour. Weekday deliveries are not available
Keep an eye on my Facebook page for special weekend advertisements where cupcake deliveries for specified flavours are free of charge
How much notice do you need?
For a celebration cake or cupcake orders over 24, 3 weeks notice is recommended however the more notice given the more chance of the date being available
For cupcake orders of 24 or less, 2 weeks is recommended
What are your flavours?
My cupcake flavours are always evolving so please message me for the latest available flavours.
Celebration cake flavours are usually vanilla, lemon or chocolate. However, I have premium flavours also available
What are the payment terms?
All orders require a booking fee. This is payable by the date on the order form and secures your date in my calendar. This is also used to pre-order any applicable items. The balance is then due by the date given on the order form. Beth Bakes does not follow up with customers for booking fees or balances to be paid. If a booking fee is not paid, the order does not go into the diary. If a balance is not paid on time then the order is cancelled
All cupcake orders are payable in full at time of ordering
Do you cater for nut/any other allergies?
Unfortunately, the kitchen is used for both nut and non-nut recipes, as well as all of the 14 listed allergens, so therefore I cannot guarantee that there has been no contact with an allergy inducing ingredient. It is at the customers discretion and risk if they decide to continue with an order knowing that this is the case
Do you offer cake tastings?
Unfortunately this is not something that is possible