Eaton Bray resident, Michelle Shulman of Cakes by Shelly has been selected as a finalist for Self Employed....
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Posted on June 6, 2010

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Cakes by ShellyEaton Bray resident, Michelle Shulman of Cakes by Shelly has been selected as a finalist for Self Employed Person of the Year 2010 in Bedfordshire's Small Business Awards.

Over the last four years Michelle has established herself as one of Bedfordshire's premier cake designers specialising in wedding, birthday, and celebration cakes, wedding favors and corporate gifts.

She has become renowned for her designs throughout Bedfordshire, Buckingamshire, Hertfordshire and beyond and has created cakes for private, corporate and celebrity clients, including Take That for the launch of 'Take That Singstar', and the celebrity attended 'Make a Wish Foundation' Valentine's Ball 2010, held at the Dorchester Hotel, Mayfair. She has received a number of international awards for her cakes at Cake international and Salon Cilinaire. Her cakes are bespoke, hand crafted and baked fresh to order with each cake designed focusing on the client's individual requirements.

Cakes by Shelly is run from her home in Eaton Bray bringing true meaning to the term “homemade”. All creations are baked in her home kitchen using only fresh ingredients.

“Operating my business from home is a key part of my company's charm as it means that I am able to offer my clients a genuinely personal service.”

The awards ceremony took place at the Warren Weir, Luton Hoo Hotel on Thursday 27th May 2010.

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Source: Focus, June 2010

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