By Gayle McQuinn


By Gayle McQuinn

Terms & Conditions

All cakes made by Gayle McQuinn at CAKESNT are subject to the following terms and conditions, these terms & conditions are subject to change without notice.

Please keep your contact details up to date with us.

PLEASE NOTE:  Cakes that fall on either Sunday, Monday or Public holidays will incur a 50% surcharge as we are closed. (Weddings Excluded)



Payments & Bookings

May to August is our peak time as it is Wedding Season, to avoid disappointment it is recommended to book in as early as possible.

Any cakes ordered from a picture or photo that is not a cake made by CAKESNT, can only be reproduced by CAKESNT as our interpretation of that cake.

To secure your cake order, a non refundable deposit is required.

Weddings – 25% deposit, final payment due one month prior to wedding date.

Other Cakes – 50% deposit

Methods of payments available are either by cash, EFTPOS, Bank Deposit or Credit Card.  Bank Deposit details are in the signature sent via email.




Unless stated otherwise all cakes are subjected to a delivery and/or setting up charge.

Weddings will have priority delivery & all other cakes will be delivered subject to availability.


Hired Equipment

Hired equipment includes but is not limited only to Weddings.

All hired equipment must be returned within 3 working days after the celebration, (unless alternative arrangements have been agreed to prior).  Failure to return in this time frame may incur further costs.

Any items hired out that are either damaged or missing will be deducted from the hire deposit fee to cover replacement costs.



All cakes (excluding Traditional Fruit Cakes) are made to be eaten on the day of the celebration.

Sugar paste (fondant) is designed to be stored in a cool dry area, most preferably an air-conditioned room. As cakes with this type of icing if stored in a fridge, moist or damp area as the icing will become sticky and cause the colours to run.



We reserve the right to use any image of any cake made by CAKESNT for publication.




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