Everyone loves cakes right? Hands up…I do!
The one thing that’s better than just any old plain cake is a cake that has been personalised – I have never had a personalised cake but I did get one done through Tesco’s years ago for my mum’s birthday which she loved. Caketoppers are the home of personalised cakes and produces, everything from full size celebration cakes to individual personalised cupcakes. We were sent a set of 2 cupcakes to taste and they were super yummy..
You can personalise your own Cupcakes with pretty much anything – from photos or wording. I decided to put my blog name on an a picture of my nephews on mine.
The cupcakes came well packaged and sent through via Royal Mail. Unfortunately we missed the delivery and they were thrown over the back garden gate and surprisingly the cakes were still in perfect condition despite the delivery method.
You have a choice of cakes which come in classic sponge with white icing in a silver foil case and chocolate sponge with chocolate icing in a gold foil case. We received one of each flavour so we could enjoy both varieties. I love that you have a choice to suit any preference.
How cute are these?
The cakes had thick icing on top, the cases were full to the brim with fluffy sponge cake that tasted fantastic and the photo on the top was printed onto icing. The sponge was soft, light and fluffy and the whole cake was delicious, a really lovely cake. Even after not eating the cakes straight away after receiving them they were still as fresh as if you had brought them the same day.
I will defianitely be buying cakes from Caketoppers again and it was great service despite the delivery service from Royal mail. They would make a great gift also, but who needs an excuse to buy cakes? Not me!
Caketoppers create really lovely cakes and if you would like to use their service you can get 10% off your next order using my special code LOAA10 at the checkout.
Disclosure: I was sent these products free of charge for the purpose of this review, However all thoughts and opinions are my own.