We measure our cakes by the diameter of the sponge without including the coating. Standard 6” cakes typically work out to be 6.5” -7” as a final product. That way, you will never get an end piece with too little sponge and too much buttercream.
The first and most important decision to make is whether you want to serve coffee or dessert portions to your guests. That will determine the size of the cake you need. Here is a diagram to illustrate the portion sizes we use.
Dessert portion can be cut as a rectangle or a wedge slice. Wedge slice can be slim and tall, or you can cut a thicker wedge portion which is then sliced across the middle into two. Here are some examples of how to cut a standard 6” cake into 12 dessert portions.
The chart below explains the number of portions per size of a cake.
|1 tier 6'' cake
|1 tier 7'' cakes
|1 tier 8'' cake
|2 tier 6'' + 7'' cake
|2 tier 6'' + 8'' cake
We are happy to accept bank transfer, PayPal or cash.
The service we offer is unique, so we are unfortunately unable to price match other suppliers. Our cakes are priced according to the time and skill required to create them, as unfortunately both quality & time costs.
No deposit is required. From the moment our clients recieve their invoice we will give them three days to provide full payment of their order before we can fully book them into our diary.
We currently only deliver to Surrey postcodes and some surrounding areas (Refer to map below). Dependant on order size we may be able to supply your event outside of these areas. Please get in touch for more information.
For orders outside of our delivery area, we charge £1.5 per mile.
Yes, but we do advise that we personally deliver your cake, to ensure it arrives in perfect condition. We cannot be held responsible for cakes once they have left our possession.
If you do choose to pick up your cake…
We personally hand-deliver our cakes during the hours of 7 am-6 pm Wednesday to Sunday. Please contact us for a specific delivery time or a delivery time outside our usual hours.
We will always endeavour to deliver within the given time slot; however, unfortunately, delivery timings can not be guaranteed.
Full payments are non-refundable and non-transferable under any circumstances. This may or may not be due to loss of business arising from turning away other bookings on that date.
In the unlikely event that your order arrives damaged, it is the customer’s responsibility to inspect the cake on arrival. Damages, after the cake is accepted by the buyer, are no longer the responsibility of Froufrou cakes.
Every cake we make will be delivered gift wrapped in our luxury packaging.
Minuimum order of cupcakes is twelve, Cupcakes flavours are sold in batches of twelve.
Absolutely! We will not change the decoration of the cake but happy to change some of the element colours to suit you.
Unfortunately we do not provide cake stands.
Yes, please refer to our decor page. If you would like to use your own, we are more than happy to do so. We would require you to send it to us in advance so we can securely fit it to your cake.
Yes, we encourage giving people choice, so there is always something for everyone.
Unfortunately, at this stage we do not provide cakes that are vegan or gluten free.
We are very happy to discuss with you and advise on any dietary requirements or allergies. Trace elements are always a risk as everything is made on the same equipment in the same kitchen so we cannot absolutely guarantee that there won’t be trace elements in our products.
To give each cake the attention it deserves we will not take on more than we can handle. It is best to get in contact as soon as you can, so that we can book your cake in.
The first and most important tip we can offer you is that when it comes to cakes, the fridge is not your friend. The fact is, refrigerating a cake actually makes it go stale faster.
The best thing to do is to keep it at room temperature. This means on the counter, away from heat, and out of direct sunlight. Once the event is over the rest of the cake can be stored in an airtight container for up to two days. If you do choose to refrigerate your cake, please remove it 30 minutes before serving to ensure soft sponge and creamy buttercream.
Our cakes are delivered packaged if you're planning to eat it within 24 hours, that's all you really need to do.
If you're thinking of holding your cake for longer than that, you can leave it in the box and wrap the box with plastic wrap, which will keep the cake from drying out for up to three days.
Ignore this advice for our mousse cakes. These should be kept in the fridge for no longer than 3days.