The cupcake industry has grown into a multi-million dollar industry. With more than a 26% increase over the last five years, approximately 770 million cupcakes were consumed in the United States last year. What was created for baking cakes in cups, the term ‘cupcake’ did not become popular until the 19th century. By the turn of the 21st century, cupcakes have skyrocketed into its own largely growing segment. There are many benefits to starting a cupcake business. With a low-cost of entry and minimal barriers present to entrepreneurs, the following cupcake business names will help to inspire you with creating your own unique brand.

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21 Cupcakes

3D Cake Studio

Bluebird Sweet Treats

Box O’Cakes

Caked Company

Cake in a Box

Cakes Arena

Crazy Cupcakes

Crumbs Couture

Cupcake Addicts

Cupcake Boulevard

Cupcake Couture

Cupcake Creations

Cupcake Kisses


Delicious Creations Cupcakes

Dreamy Cupcakes

Favored Cakes

For Cup’s Cake

For Heaven’s Cakes!

Frosted Crown Cupcakes

Frosted Kitchen

Guilty Pleasures Cupcake Shop

Heaven Sent Cakes

Indulge Cupcakes

Little Miss Cupcake

Lucky Star Bakery

Luster Cakes

Magic Batter Bakery

Main Street Cupcakes

My Little Cupcake

Red Velvet Bakery

Sea of Cupcakes

Sprinkles Bakery

Sugar & Spice Cupcake Shop

Sugarlips Cupcakes


Sweet Cakes

Sweet Tooth Cupcakery

Tastebud Temptation Cupcakes

Tasty Treats Cupcake Shoppe

Tea Loves Cake

The Art of Cupcakes

The Bakehouse

The Cooling Rack Cupcake Shop

The Cupcake Connection

The Guilty Whisk

The Hummingbird Bakery

The Little Cupcake Company

The Little House of Cupcakes

The Magic Oven Cupcakes

The Sweet Tooth Cupcake Shop

Totally Baked

Upsy Daisy Bakery



The following video captures the founders of Georgetown Cupcake, Katherine Kallinis-Berman and Sophie Kallinis-Lamontagne, discussing how they left their professional careers to open their new business from coast-to-coast. Starring in their own hit reality show, they share their story during this news segment.

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The founder of iCraftopia and self proclaimed Craft Guru. I am an experienced crafter and professional internet marketer specializing in bringing relevant articles and related business information to the everyday hobbyist and craft entrepreneur. My primary focus is on mentoring crafters on techniques and strategies that increase their online presence and revenue. In my spare time, I teach craft classes bringing the joy of creativity to others.
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