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Melanies Celebration Cakes and Chocolatiers
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Melanies Celebration Cakes & Chocolatiers is a wedding cake shop based in Barnsley, UK. Melanies Celebration Cakes hand make a variety of wedding cakes in Yorkshire including traditional wedding cakes, novelty and themed wedding cakes. Melanie also creates childrens and novelty birthday cakes, chocolate wedding cakes and birthday cakes, delivering across West and South Yorkshire.
Our celebration cakes, handmade in Yorkshire, are of the highest quality and baked to order, using only the finest ingredients. Each cake is individual and unique, created by a wedding cake designer, Melanie, assuring the bride of a perfect design to suit her own requirements.
Why not try our continental chocolates and truffles for your wedding favours, to decorate your tables and give your guests something different to compliment your Wedding Breakfast.
You could also have a wonderful selection of soft centres and truffles, dipped and moulded chocolates made especially for you, and gift wrapped in a beautiful chocolate box for your mum, mother-in-law and/or Bridesmaid as a special thank you gift.
Only the best quality Belgian Covertures Chocolate is used in our wedding cakes, birthday cakes, chocolate fountains and handmade chocolates. All Belgian Chocolate is imported for our Wedding Cakes, to Yorkshire and created by hand in our cake shop in Barnsley.
Why not have your chocolates Tailor Made for your special day. Melanies Celebration Cakes can even co-ordinate your wedding colours with individual foil wrappings.
Speciality Cake Stands available for hire for all our wedding cakes in Yorkshire.
Setup service is included. Charges may apply depending on the delivery location of your wedding cake in Yorkshire. Please ask for details.
For a personal service, call Melanies Celebration Cakes for consultation with no obligation, or drop into our shop based in Barnsley, South Yorkshire.”