The Cupcake Baker is offering 10% discount on their beautiful wedding cupcakes


The Cupcake Baker wedding cupcakes with edible flowers

The Cupcake Baker, run by Stephen and wife Cathy, are an Oxfordshire based company make vintage inspired cupcake towers from the finest ethical ingredients and natural flavourings.  For a limited-time only, they are offering our readers a 10% discount on their wedding cupcakes.

The Cupcake Baker ethical wedding cupcakes with blue butterflies

“Here at the Cupcake Baker we just adore the current vintage trend.  Our beautiful cakes are made using only the finest quality ethical ingredients and topped with pretty handmade decorations.  We love to use edible flowers such as lavender, borage and sugar roses, pretty bows. and butterflies.”

The Cupcake Baker vintage inspired wedding cupcakes

Stephen and Cathy can cater for special diets.  This cake display was made for a couple who got married at Raymond Blanc’s Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, and the cupcakes were totally egg free.  They were made with this delicate moss green icing and topped with handmade gerbera style flowers.

The Cupcake Baker wedding cupcakes Oxfordshire

Whatever your style, your wedding theme, or your desires for your wedding cupcakes, The Cupcake Baker will be able to help you create the cake display of your dreams.  The Cupcake Baker’s wedding cakes can be seen featured in this beautiful country wedding.

To claim this offer

When you contact Stephen and Cathy at to discuss your wedding cupcake requirements, please mention The Natural Wedding Company offer.

Terms and Conditions

1.This offer expires on 31st March 2012.
2. This offer entitles couples to 10% off their wedding cupcake order.
3. To receive the discount you must be having your wedding reception in Oxfordshire.
4. To claim this offer and confirm your booking you must pay the deposit by 31st March 2012.

Image: (1) Andy Rapkins Photography


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