MATAMIESE Cakes
Matamiese Cakes is a home cake studio in Milton, specializing in wedding & celebration cakes.

FAQs

 

 

How much will MY cake cost?

our cake costs are heavily dependant on the complexity of the cake design, number of servings and flavour.

 

how do i hold the date?

Dates are subject to availability. To reserve the date and confirm your order a 50% non-refundable deposit is required. 

 

Where are you located and do you offer delivery?

We are located in Milton.

delivery is available within the Greater Toronto Area. rates vary depending on location. 

 

Do you offer nut-free or gluten-free products?

Currently, we cannot garuntee your order will be nut-free. All of our cakes and baked confections may contain or have come in contact with a variety of nuts, gluten, dairy, egg and soy products. It is important to notify Matamiese of any allergies or dietary restrictions prior to confirming your order.  

Gluten free cakes and cupcakes are available upon request. 

 

What flavours do you offer?

Click here for a list of our current flavours. Cakes with two or more tiers have the option to choose a different flavour for each tier. there is a minimum 12 cupcakes per flavour combination.

 

do you cater to corporate/company events?

Yes! We'd love to collaborate with you to help celebrate your company's next big event or product launch. click here to see who we've previously partnered with.

 

Do you rent out your cake stands? 

We offer cake stand and cupcake tower rentals starting at $35 depending on the rental unit. 

A $50 security deposit is required at time of booking. The security deposit will be returned back to you once the rental unit is returned and in the same condition it was rented, no later than 2 days after your event.  It is the renter's responsibility to return the stand back to matamiese.

 

What does MATAMIESE mean?

bernadette, the owner and cake designer at Matamiese cakes wanted to combine her Filipina roots with her passion for all things sweet. 'Matamiese' is the Filipino term for "sweet".