Happy Birthday Cake

Happy Birthday Cake

Our happy birthday cake is the ideal celebration sponge cake, featuring a colourful design of presents, balloons and streamers along with your birthday message.

Send your personalised cake for delivery next day to yourself or direct to the lucky recipient. Or order now and choose a date in the future so your order is delivered on their birthday. 

Our cakes are of the highest quality and taste as good as they look! The light sponge is superb with a moist, soft texture that melts in your mouth.

They are available in two flavours - classic sponge with raspberry jam & buttercream filling, or chocolate sponge with chocolate buttercream.

Choose from two sizes:

  • Medium (8 inch) measures 8 x 8 inches (20 x 20 cm) and serves 20 to 30 portions. 
  • Large (10 inch) measures 10 x 10 inches (25 x 25 cm) and serves 30 to 50 portions.

Of course the number of portions depends on how you cut the cake! Our guide is based on a slice from 2 to 3 inches by one inch.

We use only the best quality ingredients including free range eggs. Because the sponge is completely enclosed in the icing they keep very well. We guarantee they will stay fresh for a minimum of 5 days, but usually they last even longer.They are square in shape, covered in white sugarpaste icing and sit on a thick cake board with piped royal icing shells around the base. For full details please click on the Ingredients & Product Info link above.

Our cakes are made and iced by hand. Whilst we try to make each one as square and as flat as possible, there may be slight variations.

If you are sending this as a gift you can include a personalised gift card after you add it to the basket. You will be asked for the delivery address when you check out.

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Orders received by 2 pm Monday to Thursday can be delivered the next working day. Order by 12 noon on a Friday for Saturday delivery.

Delivery costs depend on the item, quantity and service. When you add this item to the basket you can see all the options and charges and choose your delivery date.

You can enter a different delivery address if you are sending an item as a gift, or if you would like it delivered to your workplace.

If nobody is available to accept delivery then the driver might try a neighbour. Otherwise, a card will be left with details of how to arrange redelivery or collection.

You can ask for your order to be left with a neighbour, or tell us about a safe place it can be left.

For delivery to the following locations we can only take orders over the phone. Please contact us for details as surcharges may apply:

  • Channel Islands
  • Scottish Highlands & Islands and certain Scottish postcodes classed as remote
  • Isle of Wight
  • Isle of Man
  • Isle of Scilly
  • Northern Ireland

Deliveries to other remote areas may take an extra day, please check with us first if you are unsure.

Any questions? Just give us a call or send an email. You can see the details at the top of this page.

You can also arrange to collect this item from our Farnham premises and you will see this option in the basket.

For full details please see the Delivery Page

Hi I just wanted to thank you very much for the Chocolate Sponge cake that was delivered to me on Friday. I was very impressed with your communications as well as delivery time. The parcel was extremely well packed so cake arrived in pristine condition. On top of all that the cake was absolutely delicious, so well done to you all.

Sue 13/03/17

ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!!!! Many thanks for the cake, it is perfect!!! Well done on the packaging!!!


The Happy Birthday song is arguably the most recognised song in the English language. There is some dispute over the origins of both the tune and lyrics. An American woman by the name of Mildred Hill claimed to have written the melody in the 1890's. Her sister, a teacher, came up with the lyric "Good morning dear teacher, good morning to you" to fit the melody. Some time later it was changed to the words we know today. The song was popularised in the 1930's and has since become the mega-classic hit of all time. There have also been arguments over whether the song is protected by copyright. In September 2015 a US Federal judge ruled that the song belongs in the public domain and previous claims to royalties were invalid. However, it could be that someone somewhere still owns rights to it!