Unfortunately, I can't recommend D&D Cake Designs. My experience with Diane was very disappointing. My fiancé and I went to her for a taste testing and loved the samples. They were moist and tasted homemade. We both agreed that she would be the one to make our cake. Taste was #1 to me. Of course I wanted my cake to look nice, but the taste was of the utmost importance. I saw pictures of Diane's work on her website and was realistic with what she could deliver. I spent about 2 hours of face time with Diane discussing the details of the cake to make sure that we were on the same page. Fast forward to my wedding day. I came down to look at the cake and saw that it was a little lopsided (not sure how or when it happened) and the color of my flowers didn't come close to matching the plum colored swatch that I sent to her. The flowers were a shade of blue. I wasn't impressed, but still held out hope that it would taste great. When my husband and I cut the bottom layer of the cake it had an orange like color to it and no strawberries and cream filling, which she failed to mention until a day or two after the wedding. But the biggest disappointment was the taste. It was dry and not close to what we sampled. The second layer was a bit better, but still not close. I even had some of my guests comment on how the taste of the cake was off. The cake was cut and served to my guests, so yes it was consumed. Not sure what I was suppose to do. Tell my guests not to eat the cake?? I didn't think to save Diane a piece so that she could re-taste what she should have already tasted, plus I went on my honeymoon the very next day. I thought a partial refund would have been appropriate, but when I spoke to Diane about my concerns she refused take responsibility. She said that she was sorry that I was disappointed, but only offered to send me a $13 check for the filling. She ruined an important aspect of my wedding and that was only worth $13 to her.