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By: belinda01
Icing On The Cake
Awesome!!! Their cakes are like tasty art work. LOVE, Love, love their chocolate covered strawberries. Very creative people. I will get all me special occasion cakes from here.
By: htucker
Icing On The Cake
Owner has changed. Terrible customer service, terrible cake decorators, owner and employee hung up on me. Tried 3 different times to give them a chance. They screwed up all 3 cakes. Never again. Don't make my mistakes.
By: nancybft
Icing On The Cake
I bought a little boy booty cake for a co workers baby shower . They worked really hard to make it like I wanted it . Loved the cake taste was good not dry. Their sugar free cupcakes were do good . Loved it .
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