FAQ

  • How do I order a custom cake or other desserts?

  • Do you deliver?

  • How far in advance should I order a custom cake?

  • Do you offer other desserts?

  • What are your prices?

  • How do I know my order is confirmed?

  • I need to change my order. What should I do?

  • What is your cancellation and rescheduling policy?

  • What if Whisk and Joy has to cancel my cake order?

  • What are your tips for handling and transporting my cake?

  • Should I refrigerate my cake?

  • Do you cover your cakes with Fondant?

  • Do you offer Gluten Free or Vegan?

About

Hey guys! I’m Raney, the face behind Whisk + Joy. I have a loving and incredibly supportive husband, along with a very handsome little son. Honestly, this is all a dream come true for me. I used to spend my time watching cake shows and dreaming of the opportunity to create edible beauties for others but was unmotivated and frankly too frightened to step out of my comfort zone. Battling postpartum anxiety and crippled with fear, my God began to change me and answer my pleads to become a mother who exemplified joy. I was encouraged to jump in and start decorating, and of course, I was hooked. Baking and creating cakes started to become a place of calm, where my creativity is freely accepted, much like the love of Christ. The joy I have in the freedom of Christ’s love is something I hope to share with every cake I make. My motivation is rooted in loving and serving others in the same way Christ has shown His love to me. My mission for Whisk + Joy is to create custom and yummy pieces of joy and to pay the love forward to those in need. I will constantly seek out ways and take opportunities to help others. Thank you for taking the time to check out my work and for helping me help others.

Therefore, if there is any encouragement in Christ, any comfort in love, any sharing in the Spirit, any sympathy, complete my joy by thinking the same way, having the same love, being united, and agreeing with each other. Don’t do anything for selfish purposes, but with humility think of others as better than yourselves. Instead of each person watching out for their own good, watch out for what is better for others. Adopt the attitude that was in Christ Jesus: Though he was in the form of God, he did not consider being equal with God something to exploit.

Philippians 2:1-6

Contact

Send inquiries and orders via email
whiskandjoy@gmail.com

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