The business operation and location is questionable. Operating out of a location and area which seems unclean and threatening. Will not purchase from them again.
Products were not very satisfactory.
Fresh and fluffy cupcakes. Yum!
May want to take some classes on baking cupcakes.
Your cupcakes are amazing, so delicious! But I noticed on all the public websites (and your facebook site) that you have not been the best at the business side, especially getting back to your customers. Remember that today's customer can be tomorrow's and can determine whether others will be your customers. Make them happy, get back to ALL of them (even if you cannot do their orders) and make sure to not have any unhappy customers!
The cupcakes were dry and not very tasty.
1st no option to speak to somebody directly or to leave a voicemail msg & 2nd coupon said they need 48 hrs notice which is understandable but gave them 96 hrs notice over email then at the last minute they claim they couldn't provide my service because they already have other orders ahead of me & I have to pick a different day.
Cupcakes were very very dry. Some tasted stale. Sizes not uniformed. Very good customer service though.
I ordered these for a friend's 40th birthday. Yes, they were delivered on time, but they were in a plastic recycling bag with a cardstock tag advertising the company. The cupcakes looked horrible and they tasted pretty horrible. A $12 Groupon deal was not worth the embarrassment.
From Our Editors
For Khadijah Frederick, choosing a name for her confectionary business was a no-brainer. Wah-Wah's Cakes—pronounced "whoa-whoa"—was named after her mother, Carolyn "Mommy Wah-Wah" Frederick, who taught her how to bake and decorate cakes.
Khadijah came back to baking later in her life, using it as a creative outlet from her 9-to-5 job. She eventually decided to go full time, making custom cakes, cupcakes, and cookies and using a variety of flavors, including yellow cake, bananas foster, chocolate lava, and gluten-free chocolate and vanilla options. Her past work includes an Elmo birthday cake and a Mother's Day bouquet of cupcakes made to look like roses. She also crafts cakes that look like other foods, such as hot dogs or pizza, to send taste buds into existential crises.
Wah-Wah's Cakes is not a retail bakery. It is a custom cake and cupcake studio operating out of a private kitchen. They do not have products for retail sales, each order is custom made.