Setting up a business creating cakes by design came about after spending many years in unfulfilling jobs. Sherry found herself working as a marketing assistant in a very beige office, where even the plants were on a bid to starve themselves to death as an easy escape. Crying on the way to work became more of a life choice than an odd occurrence, so she took the bull by the horns and finally decided to retrain to embark upon a career that would be a little more satisfying than sorting paperclips.
And thus it was decided that designer cakes would be the way forward! After embarking on her first course it seemed the Gods were obviously smiling down on Sherry, as it turned out she could bake like a 1950’s housewife and decorate cakes like an alchemist!
After training to master the art of sugarcraft, Sherry started her first artisan cake business on a part time basis. Before long the order board got so full that she could eventually afford to quit her office job and as a leaving gift was presented with a beige mixing bowl. It is now the only beige thing that resides in her kitchen.
Nearly ten years later, Sherry has made loads of amazing cakes for some really amazing people. Some have been a little more famous than others, but ALL of them have been amazing in their own way. She is a project designer for both Cakes & Sugarcraft Magazine and Cake Decoration Heaven Magazine. She has also been featured in numerous leading industry magazines such as Hello!, Conde Nast Brides, Wedding, and Wedding Cakes.
Sherry is the preferred supplier to many prestigious venues including Danesfield House, Luton Hoo, Burnham Beeches, The DeVere Group, Shendish Manor, The Dairy Waddesdon, The Five Arrows Waddesdon, Stoke Place, St Michael’s Manor and Micklefield Hall.
Sherry is a truly skilled designer with lots of highly recognised industry awards under her belt, including Gold Standard from both Squires Kitchen and Cake International, and her passion and creativity are the true ingredients that bring your ideas to life.
Anyway, enough about me….