Pink Cake BoxWe create cakes, that’s true. We also commemorate the joys, accomplishments, momentous occasions and wonders of life. We are there from the beginning, and we become part of the family, creating centerpieces for your most important celebrations: your wedding, your baby shower, your child’s first birthday…
Our clients become part of our family, as we have grown our business for nearly a decade on repeat customers, calling us time after time to create beautiful and delicious cakes for all of their special occasions.
Our customers do this, not because we are the least expensive, or because our cakes and pastries taste “ok,” but because our renowned artistry is coupled with our delicious home-made recipes. Our passion for excellence on all levels is what differentiates us from our competitors, it is who we are, and it is what drives us to continue to develop and grow.
Pink Cake Box Boutique
At Pink Cake Box Boutique, we don’t think you should only celebrate life’s big events. Let’s celebrate the small milestones that make us who we are: a lost tooth, a first touchdown, a “A” on a test! Now, for the first time ever, you can drop in and pick up a beautiful and delectable treat from our boutique to celebrate life’s moments, or just because you crave something special.
Pink Cake Box University
Pink Cake Box University is an educational platform from the founder and employees of Pink Cake Box. Anne and her employees provide tutorials, class reviews, recipes and education DVDs for the hobbyist and professional alike. Let Pink Cake Box’s talented staff help you further your love of all things cake!
Since the age of six, Anne “Khoobiar” Heap has had a love for baking that was first inspired by her mother. Now, almost thirty years later, Anne is a pastry chef, cake designer and founder of Pink Cake Box.
A graduate of Boston College, Anne began her career in Advertising in 2001. Her love for the kitchen continued, and she often treated her colleagues to freshly baked cookies, cupcakes and cakes. She joked that one day she’d own her own cookie shop.
In August 2004, Anne began selling her pastries to a local gourmet specialty shop. Soon her love for baking led her to leave her job in Advertising to pursue her dream.
Anne studied Pastry Arts at The French Culinary Institute in New York City, (Now The International Culinary Center), completed an apprenticeship with Ron Ben-Israel Cakes in New York City and then became the head pastry chef at Il Capriccio in Whippany, NJ.
In 2005, Anne officially founded Pink Cake Box, working out of a restaurant kitchen. Less than two years later, her success led to the opening of a commercial cake studio in Denville, NJ. Since then, Pink Cake Box has grown from a two person operation to a ten person staff, made up of several talented cake decorators, artists and bakers.Pink Cake Box’s cakes have been featured in Modern Bride,Brides NJ, NJ Bride, InStyle Weddings, Bride & Bloom Magazine, Brides Magazine, People Magazine, Elegant Bride, The Knot Magazine and countless local magazines and newspapers. Anne has also appeared on CNN as a “Small Business Success Story” and “How We Started.” In addition, Anne was included in the “The Art of Wedding Cakes II,” a special produced by Martha Stewart that aired on The Style Network in December 2008. In 2009, 2010 and 2011 Anne competed in three Food Network Cake Challenges and in two of TLC’s Ultimate Cake Off competitions, winning one of them with her Legoland cake.
More recently, her life sized wedding dress cake was featured on Food Network’s “Outrageous Wedding Cakes” in June 2014. Additionally, Anne and her team have made cakes for David Tutera’s “My Fair Wedding,” Rachel Ray, Betty White, Maria Sharipova, and Bethenny Frankel, which was featured on Bravo’s “Bethenny Getting Married.” In 2013, Anne had the honor of being featured as one of the top 10 cake artists in North America by Dessert Professional.