Deliciously Divine Cake Design
Edible art to indulge the senses. Marvel at contemporary creations baked to perfection, exquisitely decorated and laced with fragrant provocation.
Specialising in cakes for your wedding and milestone occasions, be inspired by rich chocolate, velvety vanilla, shimmering sugar and exotic citrus. Better than a bouquet of flowers and tastier too, a Deliciously Divine cake can also be the ultimate thank you.
The Deliciously Divine story started many moons ago. Discovering a passion for clever edibles after baking her daughter a novelty sponge for her birthday. Founder Lee Anne Newton cultivated her artistic and culinary skills in her spare time, developing a talent for clean and rustic cake design with detailed decoration. Through tireless experimentation she turned a weekend interest into a bona fide wedding cake business, in demand from sweet tooths everywhere.
Each delicious bake is a blank canvas for Lee Anne to work her magic. With a penchant for mouth-watering flavours, including a signature chocolate fudge cake, each slice is paradise and guaranteed to make you smile.
Lee-Anne has a real passion for clean, simple yet rustic naked wedding cake designs and loves romantic, contemporary and modern iced cakes with modern finishes.
In the kitchen, high quality ingredients are infused into each bake with ingredients including real Madagascan vanilla, exotic passion fruit, real Belgian chocolate and luxury champagne. Gorgeous ganaches and meringue buttercreams are spread thick and sumptuous across sponge cakes.
With a love for minimal, romantic yet, rustic designs, Lee-Anne really loves scandi styles, geometric patterns and designs, Art deco patterns and natural textures like wood and stone. All these can be seen in her designs.
Based in Northampton and predominantly serving the Midlands of England, a Deliciously Divine cake can be collected in person or delivered straight to your venue. Either way, we guarantee to sugar coat your celebration, adding sophistication and style to the centre of your table.
When was the last time you could honestly say you had your cake and ate it too?
Now’s your opportunity!