Kim’s cakes make sweet new business | Enumclaw
Since her days at Enumclaw High School, Kim Lauk has loved to bake.
Since she had a knack for creating tasty treats and the artistic touch that allowed her creations to stack up against professionally-done cakes and cupcakes, Lauk decided to jump into business. The result is Kim’s Sweet Dream Cakes, an operation the young entrepreneur runs out of her Enumclaw home.
Lauk is willing to tackle most anything, from dozens of cupcakes for informal gatherings to elaborate wedding creations. For truly special occasions, she will work in advance with customers, sketching out exactly what is desired.
Her prices are competitive, Lauk said, and rush orders aren’t out of the question. For more elaborate orders, she said, a couple of weeks lead time is appreciated. In the end, customers can pick up their orders or Lauk offers free delivery in the local area.
Contact Kim at 360-362-9041
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