We'd love to, but cakes are just far too fragile to be sent via any form generic courier company.
Who doesn't like sitting down at the end of the day with a beautiful cake and nice hot mug of tea? If you've ever tried to put a supermarket bought cake in the back of your car and driven home with tins of soup, bottles of coke and the like then you'll realise why we can't accept cakes or any other perishable items like that.
We'd love to help, but we just can't!
When researching this guide I searched the internet to see if anyone has successfully sent cakes through the postal service and there are very few examples. Where they have, the prices are significantly more than the average courier. We have seen companies promise "foolproof" delivery and guarantee their arrival.
That's fine, but often cakes are for special occasions, such as a wedding, and if we're not confident enough that there won't be any issues then we just won't take your money. Our customers' happiness is more important than that to us.
We can, however, help you with sending a wedding dress or most types of gifts.
Under perishable items, you could essentially class any foodstuff, including, but not exclusive to, biscuits, chocolate, fruit, vegetables, etc. If you wanted to send these sorts of items then you perhaps you should search for a specialist courier.
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