As a Middle Tennessee bakery and catering company, we strive to ensure that every cake, cupcake and catering order is completed exactly to the customer’s desires. From start to finish, we take the time to create a cake or catering spread that we can be proud of and exceeds the client’s expectations. However, some cake decorators and bakeries around the globe are not as experienced in these particular areas, and end up making ghastly mistakes. From spelling errors to frightening artwork, cake travesties can also be a bit funny at the same time. Although disappointing a customer is never a joke, these spelling errors and decoration mistakes can make you chuckle.
Cake Spelling Errors
Whether for a birthday, a special occasion, an anniversary or other event, having a cake is a special part of the event. However, a simple misspelling or mess-up in language from the bakery can result in the demise of an event. Take a look at some of these spelling errors and sentence mistakes!
Poor Cake Designs
When customers order specific artwork or decorations for their cake, they are expecting a certain level of expertise from the baker. Unfortunately, the following cakes did not live up to expectations. See why attention to detail with each and every cake is so important?
For children wanting a cartoon character on or as part of their cake, ensuring that your creation looks exactly like the character is key. Clearly, Mickey and Elmo above had a bit of difficulty “being brought to life” in these cakes. Customer satisfaction is crucial in the baking and catering business, and making sure that the customer vision for their dessert is brought to life properly is necessary!
If you’re looking for a well-designed and mouth-watering cake for your next event, be sure to browse through our cake gallery online and on the Jo’s Cakes and Catering Facebook page. Our meticulous attention to detail and elite dedication to customer satisfaction is proven in each and every cake we create.
Be sure to be on the look out for a very exciting announcement from Jo’s Cakes and Catering soon!