| WEDDING CAKES |

Our weddings cakes combine the traditional with the contemporary, with regards to both our creative processes as well as our design-led approach. 

 

Producing concepts tailor-made to our client and their wedding theme, for a discerning luxury market.

Candy And Grim Cakes is based in the North East of England, near to Newcastle upon Tyne. However, we do deliver outside of the area.

 

Looking for something a little more unusual, take a look out our unique projection mapped animated cakes. Also, check out some of our other services, including flavours, tasting options as well as some extras.

Keeping to our creative roots is something that we are very committed to, we personally create your cake from design to finish, and take on a limited number of commissions to allow us to take the time and care needed to produce something unique. This approach also lends exclusivity to clients looking for something a little less ordinary.

 

Candy And Grim Cakes was launched following winning first, second and third prize in a regional ‘Bake-off’ charity competition in 2015, for each of our three cake entries. These included the world’s first 3D projection mapped cake sculpture, a miniature tradition floral buttercream celebration cake, and a sophisticated tempered chocolate cake.

ABOUT
Grim

Grim trained as a traditional 2D designer/illustrator favoring hands-on work. Grim was also well known for her range of sinister 3D clay characters created for stop-motion animation and dioramas.

She is now a master of anything and everything floral and can produce a dazzling array of butter-cream and sugar-paste flowers. Grim also adds the extra wow-factor to Candy’s cake sculptures with her unique illustrative skills.

ABOUT
Candy

'Candy' trained as a fine artist painter, but professionally worked as a 3D designer, motion graphics artist and in more recent years has developed a projection mapping and augmented reality skill set.

He loves nothing more than creating fantastical large chocolate sculptures, gravity-defying cakes, and projection mapping.