Baker Days Letterbox Cake

3 Jun

You have a celebration you canot get to…flowers doesn’t really say the message you want it to, a bottle of bubbly isn’t appropriate…so what do you send?

Step forward the “Baker Days Letterbox Cake”

Baker Days Letterbox Cake

Baker Days Letterbox Cake

The letterbox cake, as you might imagine, is sent through the post and fits through a normal letterbox. It is cleverly packaged to keep it in one piece and can be personalised for any occasion.

The tin makes a nice keepsake and memento in itself

The tin makes a nice keepsake and memento in itself

When I was asked if I would like to receive a letterbox cake, I immediately thought of our wedding photo as the letterbox cake allows you to have any picture printed onto it. We got married on the first of August last year and have a great photo of my husband and me and the kids. As I scrolled throught the hundreds of designs I saw we could have hearts around it and I knew that my daughter would be thrilled with it.

The cake arrives safely packaged in a tin

The cake arrives safely packaged in a tin

Easy to remove from the protective tin

Easy to remove from the protective tin

Choose any image for your cake

Choose any image for your cake

As you can see from the pictures, the photos are brilliantly reproduced which makes a really special present that would fit all sorts of occasions.

If you don’t have a photo you want to use, you can have a pattern or message put on it from their extensive list.

Personalised cake

Personalised cake

If you can’t be with your dad this father’s day, there are lots of fabulous designs you could use to really surprise him with an original gift.

Lovely cake with "Not too thick" icing

Lovely cake with “Not too thick” icing

There is always a lot of excitement from my 5 year old when a parcel arrives. When this one came I had the normal questions:

  • Is it for me?
  • What is it?
  • Can I have a look?

So to answer…

  • No
  • It is a cake.
  • Yes

And when she had a look…

“It’s a face cake!!!!”

And so the cake for the next week was called the “Face Cake”. As in, “Can I have some face cake mummy??”

The “Face Cake” was definitely a hit!

Seal of approval from the toddler

Seal of approval from the toddler

For more information you can follow this link to the Baker Days website.

The cake was sent to me for free but the words, pictures and opinions are my own.

 

 

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