Little Mode Cupcakery

Ipswich

Litle Mode Cupcakery is a tiny artisan cupcake store tucked away at the rear of an arcade in Ipswich CBD.

Pink Lemonade, Ferrero, Peanut Butter, Raspberry, Cherry Ripe, Butterscotch, and Iced Vovo are just some of the divine cupcakes flavours you'll find in this secret oasis of sweetness.

Litle Mode Cupcakery Ipswich

The Little Mode Cupcakery range includes over fifty inspirational flavors, including gluten free and vegan choices. Each stunning cupcake is an artwork in itself and is created using fresh, seasonal ingredients such as locally harvested strawberries, honey and fresh blueberries.

Litle Mode Cupcakery Ipswich

These designer cupcakes make the perfect gourmet treat and are available in both mini and standard sizes either eat in or take away.

Litle Mode Cupcakery Ipswich

In a nutshell -  Divine cupcakes for all occasions - each individually created using fresh, seasonal ingredients.

Need to know - Parking is available beneath The Boulevard shopping complex and Little Mode Cupcakery is located at the rear of the arcade.

By Lucy Hordern

Little Mode Cupcakery

17 Limestone St

Ipswich

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17 Limestone St Ipswich

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