Anything is Possible with Sweet Deliveries by Nancy
I’m always looking for that unique decorated cookie to have as a party favor, a gift for a friend or just to celebrate the season with. “Oh! And it has to taste yummy too!”
Sweet Deliveries by Nancy is just that. She creates over-sized decorated cookies made to order with all natural ingredients. Nancy says, “These are better than a goodie bag and sometimes less expensive”.
Nancy can create whatever your mind can come up with. Some of her most popular cookie themes are:
Bar and Bat Mitzvahs
Nancy doesn’t just create amazing cookies, but she also makes cake pops, chocolates, gourmet baskets, and cookies on a stick. For the holidays and corporate events, she makes gourmet cookie trays with an edible message or your corporate logo placed in the middle of the cookie tray.
Anything is possible!
Cookie Business Card in a Box – Capture that special customer with this cool concept. Nancy creates edible business cards. You can have them wrapped individually or placed in a special box along with a hard copy of your business card.
In-home Birthday Parties – Select your theme and Nancy will bring pre-baked cookies to your party. One set for decorating and devouring. One finished cookie to take home. Nancy brings all the supplies, so you can enjoy the fun! Call for details.
Tea Parties – From a Royal Tea Afternoon Extravaganza to a Light Afternoon Royal Tea with just finger sandwiches, desserts and scones, Nancy caters to all of your high tea needs.
Nancy loves creating her sweet treats because every order is so unique and different. She truly enjoys creating edible art on cookies and chocolate. Anything is possible with Sweet Deliveries by Nancy!
To place an order or to get pricing, contact Sweet Deliveries By Nancy at 954.821.4100 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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