Like shredding incriminating documents into confetti, buying a great cake can turn a bad day into a party. Celebrate with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Cakes and Other Baked Goods
The nut-free bakery sends out signature cakes, such as the 8-inch flourless chocolate-fudge cake ($52), as well as mini whoopie pies made entirely from scratch and filled with fluffy vanilla custard ($16 for a dozen). The tray of a dozen assorted European pastries includes white-chocolate-mousse cake, crispy apple squares, and key lime tarts ($45), and the Happy Birthday cake-pops bucket overflows with a dozen rainbow-sprinkle pops ($34.95). The bakers' artistic flare is visible on the special occasion cakes, especially the opera pocketbook cake that has fondant stitching ($65.95). Delivery is not covered with this Groupon.
Cakes for Occasions
At the outset, Cakes for Occasions owner Kelly Delaney was a one-woman baking wonder, churning out specialty cakes from a single oven in her mother’s kitchen. Today, almost two decades later, nearly 30 employees join Kelly to sift, whip, and frost more than 700 wedding cakes each year. The still-expanding business has drawn the attention of many press outlets, including The Today Show, and has earned a multitude of accolades that include the Wedding Wire Bride’s Choice Award 2010-2013 and the Couple's Choice Award in 2014, "Best of" from The Knot 2012-2014, a spot on the Boston Globe 2011 and 2013 A-Lists for its birthday and wedding cakes, and an appearance on TV Diner. The legendary lineup of baked goods ranges from four-tiered fondant wedding cakes to tuxedo cake pops, ideal for black-tie food-on-a-stick galas.
“They make beautiful cakes, have talented bakers, with a great imagination! This is the place to go for that special occasion.”
“Everything is so good and hard to make a decision. Go with an open mind and be astonished.”
“All their cakes are terrific. Especially like the Opera cake.”