How to Send a Cheap & Small Birthday Cake in Manchester

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How to Send a Cheap & Small Birthday Cake in Manchester
Birthday celebrations can include cake and balloons. (Jupiterimages/BananaStock/Getty Images)

It is always nice to spoil someone on their birthday. If you are not around and cannot be there personally, it is still possible to make a nice gesture in honour of someone's birthday. Birthday cakes are the traditional symbol of a birthday. You can request that a birthday cake be delivered to the special person on their birthday. In Manchester, you simply need to contact a bakery or similar business to arrange delivery. These companies can be contact on the phone, personally or via the Internet.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Decide on how much you would like to spend. Ideally, you would like to keep the price as cheap as possible. Locate a cake delivery company--see "Resources"-- which is not too expensive. Specialist cakes will tend to cost more money.

  2. 2

    Contact the company. Visit the shop personally, call the shop, or navigate to their website.

  3. 3

    Select the cake that you would like. It should be a small design. Select the filling that you would like for the cake.

  4. 4

    Arrange delivery of the cake before or on the date of the birthday. Provide the cake shop with the address in Manchester. If using a cake shop from outside Manchester, you might need to allow extra time for delivery.

  5. 5

    Request any extras that you want delivered with the cake, such as birthday cards.

  6. 6

    Pay the fee for the cake. The cake will cost between £20 and £30 for the smaller cakes.

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