Sweet Sensations makes sense

Sweet Sensations is open on Vermilion Ave., from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.

Terri MacVicar is the sales representative who joins Nancy Gibson and Ron Smith

Sweet Sensations celebrated their grand opening on Vermilion Ave., on October 5.

Owners Nancy Gibson and Ron Smith felt that there needed to be more choices offered in Princeton in order to, “keep people buying local.”

Sweet Sensations is offering residents, “things for your senses,” said Gibson. “Things that you can taste, smell and things that make you feel good.”

The new store carries items like;  high quality chocolates, Silver Suspensions Jewellery, Greg Raymond Wildlife Gift Cards, tropical plants, fresh flower arrangements and gift baskets—pre-made or custom order.

Custom cakes, pasteries and Gluten free products like bread, pies and dessert bars are available as well. It is best to pre-order Gluten free products.

Gibson’s specialty lies in Wedding Cakes. “They don’t have to be traditional either, she said, “I’ve made cheese cakes as well as fresh fruit cakes for weddings.”

Tempt your senses by visiting Sweet Sensations located at 117 B Vermilion Ave.

Stop in or call 250-295-3763 for more information or to place your order for goodies, cakes or Gluten free products.

 

 

 

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