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Send a cake as a giftSend a cake as a gift

You can send any of our cakes as a gift to a friend or loved one - they make the perfect birthday present for the person who has everything! Whether you′d like to send an anniversary, a seasonal, festive or maybe a get well soon cake gift, any of our cakes can be themed and sent with your personal message.

Simply order online and tell us in the message box at checkout that it′s a gift and if it′s a surprise. Be sure to add the recipients name and phone number - we will text or call them the day before delivery advising we have a fresh produce gift to deliver, also advising their expected delivery time. All cake deliveries are made on a Friday. Please advise the recipient in advance that we will be contacting them on the Thursday and that they will need to be available to receive their gift on your chosen Friday delivery date.

Add your cake message at checkout, but keep it reasonably short to ensure it fits on the cake. We can always add a card with a separate message advising who the cake is from, plus any other personal message you may wish to add. There′s no extra charge for this service but you will need to let us know in the message box at check out so we can arrange this for you.

Are you within our cake delivery area?Are you within our cake delivery area?

Please enter your delivery postcode using this AA postcode checker.

If you are within 75 miles of postcode SS9 4EN then we will be able to deliver a cake to you. All cakes are delivered on a Friday and delivery is FREE. Get 20% OFF all party supplies including inflated balloon bouquets when you order a cake.

Delivering cakes to Restaurants and Hotels

Some smaller restaurants may have difficulties storing your cake in a cool dry place (not a fridge) so please check whether they are happy to receive a delivery. Please ensure that the restaurant/hotel is open during the day for delivery, providing us with a contact name, phone number and any special delivery instructions.

For a quick check we deliver within the red line outline as shown on the map below.

Ordering last minute?Ordering last minute?

If time has got the better of you, don′t worry. You can usually order any of the cakes on our website up to 11a.m on a Wednesday for a Friday delivery. We may change our deadline on occasion without warning so please try to order as early as possible. For bespoke cakes please try to allow at least one weeks notice to avoid disappointment.

Ordering last minute?20% off Party Supplies when you order a cake

When you add a cake to your basket you′ll automatically get a massive 20% off all your party supplies including

  • Filled Party Bags and party bag fillers
  • Decorations, banners and balloons
  • Helium
  • Tableware
  • Party packs
  • Candles
  • Party accessories

Get 20% off fully inflated balloon bouquets - only £24 when delivered with your cake - perfect for celebrating big birthdays

...its so easy when we deliver them all with your cake and there′s no delivery charge to pay either!

About our beautiful cakesAbout our beautiful cakes

From the moment you pick up the phone and speak with Nicky our trusted customer service manager, both you and your birthday cake idea will be treated like a VIP. We'll take away the risk and the worry and help turn your cake dreams into a reality.

Made using only locally sourced ingredients all our cakes are made from scratch and lovingly baked to order. You won't find a packet mix in our kitchens and we guarantee your cake will never be previously frozen.

Our Sponge Cakes

Choose between delicious traditional vanilla sponge with a fruit jam and butter cream filling or decedent chocolate sponge with a chocolate flavour coco butter cream filling - it's to die for.

Carrot Cake

For a small additional cost why not go for our new recipe carrot cake made with finely shredded carrots, sugar, flour, eggs, vegetable margarine and walnuts for that extra textured bite. Our busy team of cake makers have been working on this new recipe for ages and we think when you try it you'll agree with us that good things really do come to those who wait.

Designing your Cake

With over 80 years of experience between our cake makers you can be reassured that your cake is in the best possible hands. Whether it's a cake from our website or a personalised bespoke birthday cake made to order you'll be glad to know that every cake is individually hand crafted and made to order just for you.

Our cakes are made by a very experienced team of decorators who each have their own style and "signature" so cakes may vary slightly from the image shown online but will always be made and decorated to the same high standards our returning customers have come to expect from us over the years.

Let us help to create a magical cake experience that will be the centrepiece for your party and that your guests will still remember in years to come.

Ordering your Cake

We understand that it's not always possible for our customers to order well ahead of time. Sometimes you just need a cake in a hurry and we think we can help. So, as a rule we can usually take your cake order right up to 11a.m on a Wednesday morning for a Friday delivery the same week!

Nut Allergies

Our cakes are made in an area where nuts are present so please be aware that even where nuts are not used we can not guarantee nut free. We occasionally decorate cakes with chocolates that may contain nuts, or chocolates that may have been produced in an area where nuts are present. Our carrot cake is made with added walnuts and our fruit cake is topped with marzipan so also contains nuts.

Cupcakes

For maximum freshness our sumptuous vanilla sponge cupcakes should be consumed on the weekend following your Friday delivery. Please bare this in mind when ordering.

Should you only wish to order cupcakes, we would be happy to help. There is a minimum order of 3 dozen when ordering on their own. Alternatively you can order a minimum of just half a dozen cupcakes when ordering with any of our fabulous cakes. Delivery is free and cupcakes are also delivered on Fridays.

Shoe Cakes

To be sure that you get just the right shoe design you are looking for, please allow a good weeks notice when ordering as these are professionally crafted by hand and take some considerable time to make dry and set.

In the case where a shoe cake has been ordered with less than 3 weeks notice, (including one from our website) and this shoe is not available, we will automatically replace with a shoe of similar design.

Picture Cakes

Please use the contact form page attaching your image and specifying whether you would like an 8, 10 or 12 inch cake. Most pictures are square or rectangular but we would adapt the shape of the cake to fit your picture. Please send the biggest image you can as clarity and sharpness can often be lost especially when enlarging small images.

Please allow 2 weeks notice when ordering a picture cake.

Deep Cakes

Double depth cakes and one and a half depth cakes look really impressive and can be made to order. Please call and speak with Nicky who will be happy to discuss this with you.

Cakes Sizes

Novelty cakes

Each cake is hand made and sculpted to create your chosen design. Cakes start out as square but are cut and crafted to create your design so some cake can be lost in this process. As such the portion guides documented alongside each of our cakes are rough guides only based on what we consider to be a reasonable and not too skimpy sized portion!

Square and round cake size and approximate portions

  • 8 inch = 15-20 portions
  • 10 inch = approx 30-35 portions
  • 12 inch = approx 50-60 portions

Please note that square round and heart shaped cakes are approximately 3 - 3.5 inches deep (8-9cm).

Storing your Cake

All our cakes are made on the run up to our Friday deliveries so are perfect for parties over the weekend period or Monday to Wednesday of the following week.

Please store your cake in a cool dry place but not in the fridge.

We pride ourselves on our customer reputation and satisfaction so it's really important to us that our customers receive the freshest product possible. So that you experience your cake at its very best we recommend you consume your cake within 5 days of delivery and within 48 hours of cutting it. If your cake is not needed until the Tuesday then we recommend you consume within 24 hours after cutting. For cakes not needed until the Wednesday we recommend you cut and consume on the same day.

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Fairies party Ideas

Parteaz would like to help make your child's party a memorable one.

A magical afternoon of fairy fun is a fabulous way to celebrate your child's birthday!

 

Fairies party

Not only do we have available a great selection of Fairies Party Supplies, but we have also compiled on this page a list of Disney Fairies Party Ideas and Games to ensure that your party is an event to remember.

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FAIRIES PARTY TIPS

Invitations

  • Dress the birthday girl up as a fairy and take her photo. Use this as the front of your invitations. Inside provide all the party details.
  • Take a piece of card in your chosen colour. Fold it in half and cut-out various Fairy shapes (wands, tiaras, fairy wings) on the fold. You will end up with invitations that open like a leaflet. Decorate with the help of the birthday girl using glitter and fairy stickers. Finally write the party details inside.
  • Put fairy confetti and glitter inside the envelopes for the guest to enjoy when they open the invites.
  • Inside the invites you can write "It would be Fairy nice if you would come to my party" and "Fly over to (child's name) house for some Tinkerbell fairy fun!".
  • Alternatively, if time is short, you may prefer our preprinted Fairy party invitations.

 

Food and Preparation

  • You've enough to do on the day so why not prepare the food in advance and serve in handy colour co-coordinated Food Boxes to match your theme. Fairy stickers and confetti can be used to decorate your food boxes, get the party girl involved this is a job she'll love to do. If it's hot food you want and on the quick, you can take your pre-prepared food boxes to a local Fish n' Chip shop and have them deliver your order.
  • Alternatively create your own fabulous fairy treats!
    • Fairy bread - Lightly buttered bread covered with sprinkles and cut into triangles.
    • Tinkerbell Cup Cakes - Add food dye to cake mix to create green and light pink cakes. Once cooked and cooled, cover with white icing and spinkle with coloured sugar or sprinkles.
    • Fairy cookies - Sugar cookies cut into fairy shapes
    • Rice Krispie treats with chocolate dip
    • Strawberries dipped in chocolate
    • Sandwiches and burgers cut into stars with cookie cutters
    • Fruits such as melon, grapes and berries with a yoghurt dip
    • Fresh veggies such as carrot sticks and cucumber with dip
    • Hotdog wands
    • Marshmellow wands
    • Candy Floss
    • Magic Gems - Bowls of jelly beans, skittles etc
    • Fairy Punch - Sprite/Lemonade with raspberry sherbet
    • Pink Lemonade

 

  • Serve a fantastic Enchanted Castle Cake, freshly made to order and delivered to your door. We have teamed up with a professional cake company to provide you with the very best quality. Add your Birthday message to any of our kids birthday cakes.

View our ever growing range or contact us on 01702 617266 if you have any special requirements.

 

Castle cake 

Décor

  • Pinks, purples, lavenders and pastel greens and blues are the colours that a Fairy loves.
  • Use latex and foil balloons in all these colours, as well as a selection of Fairies latex balloons that any fairy would love! Why not finish the balloons with matching coloured curling ribbon.
  • You can create a magical forest for the children to walk through as they arrive. Hang streamers in various shades of green and flowers (real or fake) hung on clear fishing line. Intertwine these with hanging butterflies, fairies and twinkle lights (christmas tree lights).
  • For an added final touch, you may wish to incorporate a bubble machine.
  • Use tablecloths, napkins, balloons and other decorative items such as streamers in Fairy colours. You can also look for Fairies Plates, Cups and Balloons that carry images of Fairies on them. Sprinkle confetti over the table.

 

Things to do

  • Set up a craft area for the party guests
  • Provide plain fairy wings (these can be bought or made with wire and tights), plain fairy wands (these can also be bought or made from straws or dowels and cardboard) and plastic champagne flutes.
  • Allow the children to decorate these items using ribbon, silk flowers, confetti, glitter, beads, pipe cleaners, sequins and stickers.
  • Have string and beads and let the children make necklaces and bracelets.
  • Ask an adult to dress up as Tinkerbell to give out the favors at the end of the party. You can take a photo of each guest with Tinkerbell as they receive their prefilled Fairies Party Bag and send it to them with the thank you notes.

 

  • Pinata - If you've got time you can make your own Pinata. It's easy to do - simply layer strips of wet newspaper over a balloon leaving a small hole in the back. Allow to dry and repeat the process several times. Pop the balloon and stuff your Pinata with sweets and toys. Decorate in Fairy colours and hang from a piece of string. Children takes turns to bash the Pinata with a stick whilst blindfolded to release the prizes from within. This is a really fun party game but does take a bit of time and patience and an interest in arts and craft. Alternatively you may prefer to stuff a ready made Pinata.

 

Pinatas

 

FAIRIES PARTY GAMES

To keep a party going, it’s always advisable to have a numerous supply of activities planned as the playing time of each game often far exceeds the time spent in planning them.

Keep the children busy - here are 10 of our favourites….

 

1. I believe in Fairies

Give one child a set of wings and a wand. She then needs to tag others with her wand. When she does, the tagged child must run to the sofa/or a certain wall and say "I believe in Fairies" 10 times.

 

2. Tinkerbell tag

One child is "it". She must tag other children. If they are tagged they must freeze and can't move until another child sprinkles them with fairy dust (you can use glitter, confetti or sequins for this).

 

3. Tinkerbell takes the lead

Get the children to follow a leader (maybe start with an adult to get the ball rolling). The children have to follow whatever the leader does as they move around. Suggestions: hopping, hands on head, jumping, running, skipping, silly walks, turning round, waving arms, being an animal, being a posh person etc.

 

4. Pin the wings on Tinkerbell

Each player takes it in turns to be blindfolded and is given "Tinkerbell wings" with his/her name on it. With lots of encouragement from the other players the blindfolded player locates Tinkerbell and places the wings on the picture. Leave all the wings on the picture until everyone has has their turn. The winner is the person who gets closest to the correct place.

 

5. Pass the Magical Fairy Parcel

Start with a present wrapped in successive layers of paper with small prizes in between. Sit all the children in a circle and enlist one adult to be responsible for fair play! and another to control the music. Hand the fully wrapped parcel to the birthday child. When the music starts the parcel is passed around the circle from child to child. At random intervals pause the music. When the music stops the child holding the present unwraps one layer as fast as possible. The child that reaches the prize in the middle wins. (Remember the person controlling the music can peek to ensure every one has a go at unwrapping).

 

6. Tinkerbell says

An adult or the birthday child is Tinkerbell at first. Tinkerbell faces the rest of the group, who stand where they can see Tinkerbell well. Tinkerbell gives commands for the children to follow such as "Tinkerbell says...Clap your hands" or "Tinkerbell says...Kick your feet". The children are to obey only those commands that begin with the words "Tinkerbell says". If the command does not begin with these words (for example "Jump up and down") the players should ignore it. Anyone who does it is out.

 

7. Fairy, Fairy, Toad

Get all the children to sit in a circle. Choose one child to be "it". This child should then walk around the circle tapping the other children on the shoulder or head saying either "Fairy" or "Toad". If the child taps someone and says "Toad" the child that has been tapped must get up and chase the child that is "it". If the child who is "it" gets the whole way round the circle and sits in the other space without being caught, the child who is Toad then becomes "it".

 

8. Dancing Fairies

The music is started and the kids must dance. When the music stops the kids must stand perfectly still. If any of them move noticeably they go out, judged by the person playing the music. If you can't decide then just play another round. Having two or three adults watching is better and they have to agree who goes out. If the last two or three kids are identical for 3 rounds at the end of the game then they all win. More leeway should be given to the little ones.

 

9. Tinkerbell's wand

Get all the children to sit in a circle. Pass a toy wand around the circle to the music. When the music stops whoever is holding the wand is out. The person left at the end is the winner.

 

10. Sleeping Fairies

All the children lie down on the floor with their eyes closed as if they were sleeping. One or two of the adults can be the pixies. They must move around the "Sleeping Fairies" and encourage them to wake (move, laugh and giggle). They cannot touch the fairies, but they can move close and tell jokes. Any fairies that wake can join the pixies in trying to wake the others. The last fairy to wake is the winner.

 

 

Prizes - If you want to give away some prizes for your Disney Fairies birthday party you should be able to find some theme related colour books, Disney Fairies bubbles or Stickers, something that the kids will be able to do while home.

 

Party Favours

  • All of the craft activities can also be used as favors as the children can take them home. All you need to do is purchase small gift bags that will fit the items in and add a few sweets.
  • Alternatively, use our Disney Fairy Party Bags and either fill with your selection of party bag fillers or purchase them readily pre-filled.

 

 

IN SUMMARY

As you can see hosting a Disney Fairies party can be much easier than you’d think. We hope you found our list of Disney Fairies Party Tips and Game suggestions useful for hosting your birthday celebration.

You may wish to view our extensive range of Fairies Party Supplies by clicking the link below.

 

Fairies party 

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