Hello! Welcome to the sweet world of custom cakes and freshly baked desserts that will make you say "pretty please" for more!
Pretty Please Bakeshop is cute, whimsical, elegant, classic, vintage and you're in store for much more! Custom cakes are designed to meet your needs and tastes for a perfect match made in heaven! Whether it is an elegantly flower dressed buttercream finish or a playfully sculpted themed fondant cake for a special occasion, it will not only look amazing, but also taste as good as it looks with our signature cake flavors. Schedule a consultation with our cake designer to make your dessert dreams come true! Explore our nostalgic mouth watering gourmet twinkies, ding dongs, fluffy whoopie pies and flaky mini pies suitable for all occasions big or small. We hope to see you soon!
Pretty Please Bakeshop is owned and operated by Alison Okabayashi. After graduating from UC Berkeley with a degree in Sociology and Education, Alison found herself baking for her friends and family more than ever, and so decided to attend the California Culinary Academy’s Baking and Pastry Arts program to turn those baking genes into a fulfilling career. While there, she and a fellow student fell in love with wedding cake baking and design, and thus, Two for Two Cakes, a custom cake design studio, was born.
Their idea was simple but surprisingly revolutionary: to create wedding cakes that truly tasted as fabulous as they looked, without costing a small fortune. They felt that both elements were indispensable to a successful wedding cake, and that no bride or groom should have to sacrifice one for the other.
Since 2004, Two for Two Cakes, had been solely owned and operated by Alison. By 2012, the small company had grown into one of the best in the Bay Area and Alison decided it was time to expand. Two for Two Cakes has grown into Pretty Please Bakeshop, giving Alison and her baked confections a permanent home in San Francisco’s Inner Richmond and the opportunity to bake desserts for all of life’s occasions, not just the big ones.