Marian Louise Cakes
Los Angeles Wedding Cakes

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Romantic and Elegant Sugar Flower Custom Cakes in Los Angeles, Orange County, and beyond. Weddings and events. Sugar flower workshops and classes.

 

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How far in advance should I book? 

Around 3 months to 6 months in advance. The further ahead you book, the better it is to ensure availability. If you’re in luck, I can book an order a week to a month in advance.

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How much do your cakes cost?

Here at Marian Louise Cakes, I take pride in baking delicious cakes and edible works of art. Since each cake is custom made, they are priced based on the number of servings, complexity of the design elements, and the time it takes from start to finish. 

Do you deliver outside of Los Angeles, CA?

Yes, as long as you agree to pay travel fees.

Your sugar flowers are beautiful. Are they edible?

Although sugar flowers are made with gum paste, an edible sugar dough, they are not to be consumed as materials such as wires and polystyrene are added for strength and flexibility to achieve a more natural look. All sugar flowers must be removed from the cake before it is cut and served. 

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Are sugar flowers worth the investment?

I craft each sugar flower by hand throughout a few days. Every petal is individually coloured, rolled, cut, wired, shaped, dusted, and taped to replicate a more natural look of a fresh flower. Some sugar flowers cost more than others due to the intricacy of the flower and the length of time to create it. 

When stored properly, keep in mind that sugar flowers can be kept for many years to remind you of your special event.

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Do you offer workshops or classes?

Yes, I teach sugar flower classes to all skill levels.

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How do you address food allergies?

All items - cakes, cookies, fillings, and buttercreams are made in a kitchen that uses products that may contain or come in contact with milk, wheat, nuts, soy or other potential food allergens on a daily basis. It is the customer’s responsibility to notify event guests and any other necessary parties of this risk. Gluten-free and vegan items are not certified to be gluten-free or vegan.