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Hello I’m Steph, chief baker, cake decorator, admin, cleaner & delivery driver. I eat, sleep and breathe cakes and I absolutely love my job, despite all the stress and long hours.

 

My journey began in 2011 when I took a cake decorating class at Paul Bradfords Sugarcraft School. After a few years working full time, I realised I wanted to do this as a career, so off to college I went, where I studied Bakery for 2 years at the City of Glasgow College. After graduating, I worked as a Baker in high volume bakeries and then as a Cake Decorator in bespoke cake shops to gain experience, before setting up the business in 2018. Initially working from home, I soon outgrew the space and in 2019 I opened the shop in Bathgate following a total renovation from top to bottom.


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I specialise in creating bespoke fondant wedding cakes & sugar flowers. I love a bit of colour too! I’m passionate about quality over quantity, which is reflected in my flawless finishes and clean sharp lines. This is also why I only take on 2 wedding cakes per week, so your cake gets the full attention it deserves.

Here’s a few facts you might not know about me:

  • I have a Forensics degree. Biology was my first love, and I’m still fascinated by all things true crime, especially serial killers

  • I am flamingo obsessed!

  • I hate spiders

  • My favourite drink is an Aperol Spritz. Anyone who knows me will confirm this!

  • I am a huge Eurovision fan

  • Pineapple on pizza is the best thing ever!

  • My guilty pleasure is listening to a bit of Wham or George Michael

  • We have 2 French Bulldogs who are spoilt rotten :)

  • My husband proposed to me at the summit of Mt Fuji in Japan. This is when I fell in love with all things Japanese and the inspiration for the business name comes from here

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As a company that celebrates love, we support VOWforGirls. Because love is our business, we believe every girl should be able to choose love on her own terms and no child should ever be a bride.

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