Bouquet of Cakes Application

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Back by popular demand, the Bouquet of Cakes is an exhibit of floral and/or garden-themed cakes.  This year’s Show theme is “Garden Party”, a celebration of the Show’s 30th anniversary.

We are looking for artistic, unique and celebratory event-style cake designs featuring sugar flowers and/or fresh flower decoration.  This display will feature imaginative cakes on a large scale to have a real WOW impact on our attendees.  This is a marketing opportunity for Seattle-area baking and floral artists to showcase their talents and technique to a large number of potential clients.

The Show provides you with the following:

• At no cost to you, a 36″w x 42″h round table, draped in white.
• A sign attached to the table containing the name, phone number and website of your business, and the title of your cake design. If you use fresh flowers and co-create with a florist, their contact info will be included as well.
• One entry per day to admit a representative from your business into the Show to check on your cake and replenish business cards (Note: it is not required that you to staff your display or come to the show each day).
• Two complimentary tickets to the Show.

The Show is a wonderful opportunity to exhibit your best work and advertise to 50,000 to 60,000 garden enthusiasts.  A People’s Choice ribbon will be awarded by Sunday of the Show, voted by the general public.

There are a limited number of tables, so please submit your application as soon as possible for immediate consideration.

Before you fill out the form and submit your application, please click here to read our guidelines.

BOUQUET OF CAKES APPLICATION FORM

  • If you do not receive a confirmation email within five minutes after clicking the submit button, we didn't receive your application and you must resubmit it.

  • Your website must include the http:// to be submitted.

    If you do not have a website, please delete the http:// in the box above and leave blank.
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