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Esmummy Tue 30-May-06 13:07:10

Was hoping to get our wedding cake from M&S, 2 plain sponge and one chocolate sponge. When i went in yesterday they only has fruit cakes out and the man I asked was absolutely useless.
I know they do them as I saw a press release about it but do you think i would need to call them and order them in?

Twiglett Tue 30-May-06 13:12:51

you may as well .. can't hurt

fab idea btw

acnebride Tue 30-May-06 13:15:26

Yes I would, otherwise you'll always worry. Good thinking.

Esmummy Tue 30-May-06 13:17:03

Thanks
Works out so much cheaper should be around £100 for all 3 tiers then all we need to do is sort out decorating it which will only be frosted flowers, hey presto at least £150 saved.
I will give them a ring and see if they can order them in

sallystrawberry Tue 30-May-06 13:17:17

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

JackieNo Tue 30-May-06 13:18:07

Something on the website , but I couldn't see chocolate?

sallystrawberry Tue 30-May-06 13:18:50

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Twiglett Tue 30-May-06 13:19:20

cakecraft has very lovely decorations

yackertyyack Tue 30-May-06 13:19:46

Not sure how to do links but it looks like you can order it on line under their party section - and it would be delivered to your door!!!
The sponge cake looks lovely!

http://www2.marksandspencer.com/foodmagazine/foodservices/foodordering/celebrationcakes/index.shtml

Twiglett Tue 30-May-06 13:24:56

yakkety's link

yackertyyack Tue 30-May-06 13:37:22

Cheers Twiglett........how do you do that????

Esmummy Tue 30-May-06 13:39:47

Thanks all. That's brilliant, am going to go for an extra large fruit, extra large and large sponge, will have to forgo the chocolate.
Cant open the ordering doc so have emailed them to see if there is another way i can order them.

WestCountryLass Tue 30-May-06 20:55:56

We went to a wedding a month ago and they bought their 3 tier cake from M & S and the whole bloody thing collapsed, they were not best pleased.

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