At Sugar Penguin Cakery, we add an extra touch of love into your celebration.
Imagine a white round cake as your canvas.
We create custom cakes inspired by your story
and your ideas by bringing them to life
using edible fondant art!
Our passion for creativity has led to our
love to bake cakes for you to love!

For full photo albums of ALL of our creations
and feedback, visit and "LIKE" our Sugar Penguin Cakery page on Facebook!
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If you want more information, please email us at hello (at)
sugarpenguin (dot) com!!

So tell us your story and let's start baking!

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Bonnae is Almost There...


As you all know, when Ivone and I first started Sugar Penguin Cakery, we were both working full-time, meeting up after work to make cakes up until 1:00 a.m. , and somehow deliver them to our faithful customers. We've both experienced a change of pace now as both of us are on maternity leave; Ivone gave birth to James back in September 2010 and I also began my maternity leave recently as I "nest". I am 38.5 weeks pregnant as of today so we are almost there!

My husband and I are very excited as we prepare to welcome our first child into the world. We have no idea what we're having so it'll be very exciting when our midwife yells, "It's a...!!!"

It's very unfortunate that we've had to turn down some orders recently. We received an inquiry for a wedding cake for 500 people! I can go into labour any minute now and with Ivone on her own, it's challenging and as always, if we can't offer our best, it's better not to take the project on.

Cakes will continue to be in our thoughts as both of our families continue to grow!

Thank you to all for your patience and inquiries while we continue our hiatus! We will continue to update you about our progress because Sugar Penguin Cakery was never just about cakes...but also you including us in our celebrations and we, in turn, building a relationship with you, getting to know you better and learning your story.

1 comment:

  1. How exciting! I'm crossing my fingers for a short labour and an easy birth : )

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