Ed1ble Elegance Posted 5 Apr 2013 , 9:43pm
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Hey everyone so I'm starting up a home-based bakery.

 

I make Cakes, Cupcakes,Cookies, Biscuits, Bread, and Chocolates.

 

So far I have come up with

  • Sandra's Sweet Treats
  • How the Cookie crumbles
  • Powdered Blossoms
  • Cake it or leave it
  • Cut the Cake
  • Happy Endings
  • Edible Elegance

 

I am also hoping to do card making and invitation making for parties also. So would like to try have them altogether.

Any input would be greatly appreciated :)

 

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RoyalCreamery Posted 5 Apr 2013 , 10:26pm
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AI like CAKE IT OR LEAVE IT.. Very unique

bakescupcakes Posted 5 Apr 2013 , 10:29pm
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I like Sandra's Sweet Treats icon_smile.gif
 

bighand Posted 5 Apr 2013 , 11:02pm
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cakes and more

CWR41 Posted 6 Apr 2013 , 1:35am
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Originally Posted by Ed1ble Elegance 

  • Happy Endings

No.  It has a lewd ***ual meaning.

Jess155 Posted 6 Apr 2013 , 2:04am
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Originally Posted by CWR41 

No.  It has a lewd ***ual meaning.

Yes, please DON'T use that one!  Ha!  I'm not sure if it means the same thing in Ireland as it does here in America... but yeah, very lewd.

 

I like Powdered Blossoms actually, very unique. 

scrumdiddlycakes Posted 6 Apr 2013 , 3:15am
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hehe, definitely not the Happy Endings :P (excuse me while I get my mind out of the gutter...)

 

I would avoid any names that have cake or cookie in them, simply because it makes people automatically assume that's all you bake. Even though I like "Cake It Or Leave It."

 

I know it's not very exciting, but "Sandra's Sweets" has a cute ring to it, it's easy to remember/spell, (unlike mine, gah!), it's also obvious that you are providing sweet things. My mind jumps to florist when I see words like Blossoms.

Ed1ble Elegance Posted 14 Apr 2013 , 11:43am
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Thanks everyone

I went with "Party Perfections" :)

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