What You'll Get
Mouthwatering baked goods and sweets are staples of every celebration, as are hired mouth harpists and distant uncles challenging balloon animals to fistfights. Amp up flavorless festivities with today's Groupon to Deborah's Specialty Cakes. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get a dozen chocolate-covered strawberries (a $24 value).
- For $50, you get $100 toward any wedding cake.
The expert confectioners at Deborah's have been concocting powerfully sweet amalgamations for more than 20 years. Decorate tonguescapes with a dozen chocolate-covered strawberries, featuring succulent Georgia–crop flavor vessels covered in masks of rich cocoa, imbuing them with a depth of flavor and a crime-fighting alter ego ($24/doz.). For those with matrimony or an insatiable cake craving on the horizon, the team of baking gurus at Deborah's can create stacked tiers of delectable treats. Each cake is iced with real buttercream frosting and made from scratch to customer specifications, be it a simple, yet elegant wedding cake or a full-size reproduction of the aurora borealis. Wedding-cake prices are determined on a per-slice value ($3.50–$7 each) and fluctuate based on coloring, tiered flavors, or special adornments. The cake makers at Deborah's are well versed in the art of vegan and gluten-free cake baking for sweet teeth with dietary restrictions.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person for cake option. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required 2 months in advance for wedding cakes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Deborah’s Specialty Cakes
From one side, it’s a traditional wedding cake: dainty piped swags swoop across smooth white tiers. But as the quadruple-decker delicacy slowly rotates on its motorized stand, they come into view—fondant zombies. Carnage. Chaos. And, notes Deborah, real buttercream frosting.
This monstrous delicacy is only one example of the heights to which Deborah aims to reach in her quest to personalize cakes. The inveterate baker has frosted life-size guitars with intricately wrought whammy bars, and has solved the logistics of balancing a cake atop a perfect sphere. Each triumph is the result of in-depth consultations with clients. “I have to get to know them, get to know their personality,” says Deborah. Once she has ascertained her client’s style, a sketch and negotiations ensue, and the end result is a centerpiece that harmonizes with the celebration. Along with her careful attention to appearance, Deborah does not shirk taste: 10 pounds of butter and four heaping cups of real vanilla go into her buttercream frosting, which remains as airy and light regardless of the design.