I agree with cupadeecakes and choose neither :) However, I don't agree that your name comes from your competitive advantage. Some of the biggest companies in the world have obscure names...Zappos, Apple, Nike. While these are well-branded and well-known companies, I don't think you need to pick a name based on what you offer that's different from your competition. The way you operate will differentiate you from your competition. Unless you offered something *really* different, like all vegan, or only wedding cakes, then it would make sense to incorporate it into your name somehow.
My best advice it to write a big list of words that appeal to you, and stem from that. When I would have writer's block in college, my professor would have us make flash cards of words that we like, pick one, then brainstorm from that.
You like detail...so you could start brainstorming from that - detail, feature, devil is in the details, devilishly sweet cakes? What's your town like? County? City? Kikiandkyle has a good point with the town name. If you don't want to use the actual town name, think of characteristics of your town, then brainstorm off that word. Will you only do cakes, or will you do cupcakes and cookies? Be careful you don't pigeonhole yourself with a name if you plan on doing more than cakes. For example, use "bake shop", or "sweets", instead of the word cakes.