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Long-standing Newton County customers of Baby Cakes Bakery will be delighted to learn (if they don't already know) that the bakery has recently relocated to the Porterdale Mill Lofts.

In business for the last 20 years, owner Judy Nusser says she made the decision to move from Conyers to the lofts because of the opportunity to work in a larger space. The larger space at the lofts has allowed Baby Cakes to increase its baking volume said Nusser.

The baking staff at Baby Cakes includes Nusser, her daughter-in-law Chezy Nusser and shop manager Carrie Stalvey.

Warmly decorated for the holiday season, Baby Cakes is celebrating the Christmas season with an array of Christmas goodies including hand-decorated sugar cookies, peanut butter and chocolate fudge, holiday decorated petit fours, gingerbread men, chocolate suckers and holiday loaves.

After Christmas is over, Baby Cakes will prepare for the next big holiday - Valentines' Day.

"We design our bake to every holiday," Nusser said.

A sample of pricing at Baby Cakes Bakery includes holiday gift-wrapped cookie platters with over four dozen cookies for $21.99, holiday mugs filled with sugar cookies for $5.99 and $3.99 for a dozen holiday decorated cookies.

Baked daily are carrot muffins, cream cheese croissants and pigs-in-a-blanket among other items. Nusser said doughnuts will soon be added to the list of baked goods sold at Baby Cakes.

Baby Cakes also makes custom-order sheet cakes, dinner cakes, shaped cakes, pies and dinner rolls. Shaped-cakes which serve between 15 and 20 people are $28.99

Customers wishing to enjoy their sugary treat at the bakery can sit and relax at one of the several tables set up in the bakery which also sells cappuccinos, soda and juice. The bakery also offers free Wi-Fi.

Baby Cakes is available for large corporate orders and will cater weddings and other special occasions. For a large order Nusser said customers should call at least 48 hours ahead.