11, 05, 2018
Have you ever been stuck for what to buy someone for a present, or worried about it arriving at their house only to be sent to the local sorting office as it didn’t fit through the letterbox. You can wipe that worry from your mind with the Personalised Letterbox Cakes from bakerdays which are perfect for celebrating any occasion.
I have been a massive fan of bakerdays for years so when I was contacted by them to try out one of their Personalised Letterbox Cakes I jumped at the chance. I had arranged to go to Newcastle to visit my friend Danielle so that I could celebrate her 30th birthday with her and I knew that she would absolutely love to receive one of these cakes. The website is extremely user friendly and break their cakes into categories such as birthday, anniversaries, congratulations, easter, and it even has an option to show you all the photograph cakes. I knew that I wanted a cake that had the option to add my own photograph but I also wanted to have the age on it as it was a special birthday.
I chose to look through the Birthday Cakes option and then filtered the cake to show adult age cakes for females, and kept an eye out for all options with the availability to add a photograph. I chose the Any Age Rainbow Photo Cake where I was able to add a photograph of the birthday girl and then edit the age to 30. The first stage is to pick the cake size, and as mentioned I was trialling the Letterbox Cake which retails at £14.99. There are 4 different sizes available but the Letterbox size allows you to send the cake out without worry of needing to have someone home to collect the delivery.
There are 6 different flavours of cakes, which include vanilla, chocolate chip, gluten free, diary free and fabulous fruit but I chose to go for final option of Lemon Drizzle to be a bit different. This particular cake had two lines worth of editable text which you are free to fill as you like within a character limit that is listed alongside the editing option. You have the ability to chose your preferred font, the colour and the size of the font. I decided to stick with a simple Happy Birthday Dani in red to make it pop on the cake, and used the font Chelsea Market.
I am happy to report that I got to share the cake with Dani and it was absolutely delicious. She was so excited when I gave it to her, so much so that we demolished most of it secretly without letting her two boys know that we had eaten it as they would have expected us to share. She was so pleased with the cake that she took photos of it and put them straight onto Instagram and showed everyone that she saw that day. I would definitely recommend a bakerdays cake as a great alternative present that is both heartwarming, with the thought gone into the design, is easy to send and mainly is absolutely delicious.
If you want to try out Baker Days I have a discount code for you all. Use GLAMGLITZGLOSS15 to receive 15% off and treat yourself or someone you love to a cake today, and let me know which one you go for.