To elevate her brand to new heights and stand out as a leading, prestigious cake company in the wedding and events industry.

• Now has a higher-end clientele with higher budgets
• Has broken into the London wedding market, working at venues such as One Great George Street and Scott's in Mayfair
• Prestigious venues want to be associated with the brand. Hayley Elizabeth Cake Design is a preferred supplier to venues such as Chewton Glen, Syrencot and Somerley Estate.
• Hayley has been featured on the front cover in leading cake magazine from Squire's Kitchen

After:

Before:

Hayley started out as a farmer's market cupcake seller, and that branding held her back from truly reaching the luxury wedding market, despite the fact her cakes had evolved into high-end, elegant creations.

The Goal:

Features:

• Hand-sketched floral elements, digitised and incorporated into a unique emblem
• Sophisticated brand style with muted colours, elegant typography and subtle gold elements
• Custom Wordpress website with parallax features, bespoke navigation and textures
• Full luxury brand stationery suite with hot foiled boxes, gold tassels, vellum and wax seals.

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• Now has a higher-end clientele with higher budgets

• Has broken into the London wedding market, working at venues such as One Great George Street and Scott's in Mayfair

• Prestigious venues want to be associated with the brand. Hayley Elizabeth Cake Design is a preferred supplier to venues such as Chewton Glen, Syrencot and Somerley Estate.

• Hayley has been featured on the front cover in leading cake magazine from Squire's Kitchen

• Hand-sketched floral elements, digitised and incorporated into a unique emblem

• Custom Wordpress website with parallax features, bespoke navigation and textures

• Full luxury brand stationery suite with hot foiled boxes, gold tassels, vellum and wax seals.

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