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post #1 of 7
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I like thie site.  So glad I discovered it.

 

I am a newbie about to start a home baking business.  I want a cute catchy name - but don't most of us.

 

Please give your suggestions.

 

I had thought of

 

4ever Frostings

Nuts About Desserts

 

And, I just can't get excited.  Help me get excited with a new bakery name..

 

Thanks!!

post #2 of 7

how about sprinkles?

post #3 of 7

Where is your new business located geographically? Maybe a regional twist to consider.

 

 

Cheers!

 

EDG

"Ars Est Celare Artem"

 

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"Ars Est Celare Artem"

 

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post #4 of 7

Would help to know where you are located...

I googled Sprinkles and found 6 just on my first page.

Totally fine, if you are not in the same general location (and if someone has already legally protected it under the intellectual property copyright there may be a problem)

Other than that...I LOVE the name, lolol!

How about Rainbow Sprinkles, Circus Sprinkles, you get the idea.

I also think using your street number + another noun sounds sharp.

 

mimi

post #5 of 7
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Originally Posted by EverydayGourmet View Post

Cupcake queen

On April 13, 2005, the couple opened Sprinkles Cupcakes, the world's first cupcake bakery, in a 600-square-foot (56 m2)-shop in Beverly Hills, California.[1] Though the bakery business was in a four-year no carb slump, they sold 2,000 cupcakes the first week.[5] Candace is described as having a "sophisticated" take on the classic cupcake, using finest quality ingredients like sweet cream butter, pure Nielsen-Massey Madagascar Bourbon vanilla and Callebaut chocolate.[3] She also creates offbeat offerings like vegan and gluten-free cupcakes[8] and even dog-food cupcakes.[9] The sleek, minimalistic store was designed by an architect from Vienna and the logo and packaging were recreated by a former Martha Stewart employee.[1]

Sprinkles now has 10 locations throughout the United States,[10] with plans to open in 15 more cities including London and Tokyo.[1] The Nelsons also started a traveling "Sprinklesmobile", a Mercedes Sprinter van designed by Sprinkles architect Andrea Lenardin.[11] In 2007 Candace also developed a line of cupcake mixes which are sold exclusively through her store and Williams-Sonoma stores in the United States and Canada.[3] Sprinkles fans include Oprah Winfrey, Blake Lively, Katie Holmes, Ryan Seacrest, Tom Cruise, Barbra Streisand, and Serena Williams.[4]

[edit] Television personality

 

 

 

 

Interesting and good to know.

I guess that the name Sprinkles has been copyright protected for the advertising and selling of cupcakes?

post #6 of 7

Well her and her husband are credited with opening Sprinkles Cupcakes, the world's first cupcake bakery, she's a judge on cup cake wars, has 10 current locations, 15 planned, celebrity clientele, so I'd say they would protect the brand that they established.

 

As for the post think that it may seem like a copy cat or worst an intentional recognizable rip off from an established brand. Also S2 (if you will) runs the risk of being legally challenged, IMO a start up has enough challenges without being sued for the name.

 

 

Cheers,

 

 

EDG

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"Ars Est Celare Artem"

 

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post #7 of 7

Is Sprinkles the (brand) bakery the company that has started using the ATM format?

Whoever... thought it was genius!

One of those "Why didn't I think of that first" kick myself in the pants kind of thing.

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