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Scribble Cakes: Where you can Decorate Your Cake and Eat it Too

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Scribble Cakes: A Unique Birthday Party Idea

The greatest joy that has come with every party is the experience to see what a child can accomplish!

How Scribble Cakes got Started

The success of Scribble Cakes – DFW Cake Decorating Parties evolved from a Grandmother’s love for her granddaughter, Katelyn.  Kim’s daughter was at odds of what to do for her daughter’s 5th birthday.  They had already thrown the typical birthday parties and really wanted to come up with something unique.

Grandma’s Fabulous Idea

Grandma to the rescue, Kim thought she had the perfect idea.  “Let’s have a cake decorating party.”  The suggestion wasn’t well received by her daughter.  She thought the children were too young to be interested or capable.  Kim had years of Bakery experience and decorated cakes with her granddaughter many times.  Katelyn always had a sweet time and loved watching “Cake Boss” as well as “Cupcake Wars.”

Several weeks passed by and Kim’s daughter called in a panic.  “Mom, can we still do the cake decorating party? I have searched and searched Dallas/Fort Worth and just can’t find something new for their age.  Katelyn wants “Hello Kitty,” are you sure they can do it?” Kim assured her daughter that they could.

The quest began to insure Kim had the right recipe to create a sweet party.  It was tables, bakery supplies, oh my.  Aprons, table cloths were on the buy. A lot of thought was put into the technique that they would apply. Soon the party date would arrive.

Party Time – Girls and Boys Love to Decorate Cakes

The day had come and there were boys and girls at the birthday party, eager to dive into the activity at hand.  Kim instructed the children on the plan.  She walked them through step-by-step, since this was new.  The kids were delighted at what they had achieved and the parents were in awe.  That is when the questions began.  How much do you charge for a party? Do you have different themes? It was all so exciting.  Kim had never considered the concept as a business.  She quickly gathered email addresses and let them know she would contact them with information.

Kim stayed up all night from the excitement.  She cooked up a business name, theme menu, conducted a cost analysis and prepared marketing material.  The information was served to the parents the very next morning.  To her amazement, the response was great! Four parties were booked the same day.  It was a running start to a great new party concept.

New Party Themes

Since then, new themes continue to be added to the menu to keep Scribble Cakes the funniest ingredient of your celebration!

What Scribble Cakes Provides

Scribble Cakes is unique.  We like to consider ourselves a new concept in party entertainment for ages 3 and up, offering:

  • Children’s parties
  • Girls Night Out
  • Civic functions
  • Creative fun
  • Create the love for baking or cooking at home
  • Each guests creates their own cake in the theme of the party
  • We supply the tables, table decor, cake supplies, aprons and more
  • We travel to your location
  • We love to introduce new themes – dream it and achieve it
  • Boys love to decorate race cars, monster trucks, spiders, boombox, guitars
  • Girls love to decorate, princess, jewelry box, peace signs, owls, purses, snow-women
  • Co-ed party themes

Scribble Cakes – General Info.

Owner: Kim Matthews

www.scribblecakes.com

cakedecoratingparties@scribblecakes.com

Party planning can be a lot of hard work – especially when you have a reputation for fabulousness like you do. Instead of dashing all over town looking for a new party concept, let Scribble Cakes customize the cutest party ever at the location of your choice within the DFW Metroplex.

 

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