Please Help With "cakery" Name!!

Decorating By megg5 Updated 8 Feb 2011 , 3:22pm by Nanajane

megg5 Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 2:11pm
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Hi!! My name is Megan and i am now in the process of becoming a home based baker! I am looking into bakery names but am having a lot of trouble. I first liked "the cakery" because i just do cakes..But there are so many people with that as a name out there. Then i thought i am italian and love the saying Bella La Vita. So i thought La Bella Bakery..La Bella Cakes...and then found out they were all pretty common!! So help please!!!
I wouldnt want to use my name, but i do have two beautiful daughters Ryan and Ava, i wouldnt mind using their names in some way! Any thoughts or ideas would be greatly appreciated!!
Thanks in advanced!! icon_biggrin.gif

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Niki11784 Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 2:33pm
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You could combine their names and call it "Sweet Ryava Cakes"

Cupcations Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 2:38pm
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AvaRyan Cakery or AvaRyan Bakery sounds nice & unique, BTW pretty names
Good Luck!

leily Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 2:40pm
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Originally Posted by Niki11784

You could combine their names and call it "Sweet Ryava Cakes"




I was thinking the same thing except use either "Ryva" or "Avan"

Niki11784 Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 2:41pm
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I think one word names are really cool- you could do that idea in one word- like "Ryava's" or "Avan's" or Cakes by Ryava etc.

megg5 Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 3:08pm
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thanks everyone for the input!! I like the idea of putting their names together!!! Any other suggestions....non-name suggestions? Anything at this point to be able to write down and think it over! THANK YOU!!

Niki11784 Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 3:13pm
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I noticed alot of bakeries names have no meanings, but they just sound classy- like Magnolia Bakery. You can really pick any word and attach it to "bakery" and it could have a nice ring to it.

Nanajane Posted 8 Feb 2011 , 3:22pm
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How about Bavaryan Bakery, it would be pronounced Bavarian but has both names in it.

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