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Wedding Info


PIE is the perfect dessert for a wedding celebration! A delicious and
unexpected alternative to cake.

Hopefully the FAQs below will help answer some questions.

Is my date available? What do I need to do to book my wedding with Pie Snob?
A 50% deposit will secure your booking.
This deposit is applied towards your final cost and is refundable 2 weeks prior
to your booked date.

How far in advance do you need to know our flavors and numbers?
Once your deposit is paid, your wedding is considered “booked” and will stay on the calendar. We don’t need your final numbers and flavors until 2 weeks prior.

Do you offer discounts for weddings?
Our pies are all made individually, from scratch. It doesn’t cost us less to make more, but we do appreciate being a part of your special day!

Do you make cakes?
Nope, other than cheesecakes we are a PIE bakery!

Do you bake anything that is vegan or gluten free?
No, as you can imagine we have a lot of flour flying through the air and do not want to cross contaminate any gluten free desserts If you have other food allergies or diet restrictions, let us know.

How does payment work?
Final payment, final flavors, and final numbers are due 2 weeks prior to your booked date.

Can we come in for a tasting?
We are happy to schedule a tasting! Please call or email for additional information.

Do you rent pie stands?
Yes we do!

Will you deliver and set up?
Delivery within the Phoenix metro area can be arranged for large orders, based on
availability. Delivery starts at $25. A venue contact person or representative for the wedding party must be present at the time of delivery. We do not set up at your venue.

My wedding is 2+ hours away...will the pies travel well?
Certain pies travel better than others. If kept in an air-conditioned vehicle, away from direct sunlight, most pies will have no problems traveling to your event. We ask that pie
boxes be stacked no more than 4 boxes high, and kept as flat as possible.

Still have questions.