Whether you are interested in a traditional, romantic wedding cake flooded with beautiful sugar flowers, or an over-the-top cake with lots of bling and brilliant hues, we can design "the" wedding cake you have always dreamed of. Call or email us for a consultation, we would love to hear from you.
The Patisserie is Oahu's premier caterer for Exquisite Wedding Cakes, Cupcakes, and Desserts for any special occassion before and after your wedding day. We customize your wedding cake specifically for you. Call us or stop in at our location in Honolulu and taste these delicious cakes yourself!
Aloha, Precious Cakes is a pre-order bakery. We can coordinate cupcakes to match your special event. We also provide decorated wedding and party favor boxes with an option of adding your own contents or one of our gourmet desserts (cupcakes or chocolate chip pecan cookies). Call Wendy today at (808) 224-0080.
Home Maid Bakery is known as the "Home of the Crispy Manju" and a whole lot more. We are a full service bakery — providing you with everything from simple dinner rolls to a lavish, six-tier wedding cake. Experience one of our famous homemade cakes baked daily to perfection using only the freshest ingredients.
Established in 1999 on the beautiful island of Maui, Hula Cookies, a family-owned business, has fast become legendary. Hula Cookies specializes in quantity sales of our beautiful Hula Cookies Tins & products for groups, conventions, weddings and more! We offer special discount pricing based on quantity.
An online resource for craft and culinary specialties from Hawai‘i. This community marketplace includes island grown, handmade products from a variety of artists and businesses. Buying local contributes to a sustainable island economy.
Our Hawaii wedding cake bakeries make satisfying everyone's taste buds a piece of cake. These expert pastry chefs and cake shops will make your guests remember the wedding cake as much as the wedding itself!
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