Cupcake by Design
cookies by design TagLine
Cart Total CBD
Cart Total
Same Day Delivery
Toll Free: 855.COOKIES
Locations

Locations: Louisville

Find Gift Baskets in Louisville

ADDRESS
227 Whittington Pkwy.
Louisville, KY 40222

PHONE & FAX Phone: (502) 426-6161
Toll Free: (866) 684-7566
Fax: (502) 425-9800

HOURS Monday-Friday:
Shoppe Manager: Teckla M Knoer
Cookies by Design Franchise
COOKIE BOUQUET - BABY BLOCKS {A109}
Surprise the parents of the "New Kid on the Block" with a delightful treat for themselves in addition to their friends and family.
Starting at $32.99
Cookies by Design Franchise

In 1996, two friends saw a business opportunity in which they could use their skills as a baker and a cake decorator. They joined with family members to open a Cookies By Design franchise. Everyone loved the concept of freshly baked, beautifully decorated, hand-delivered cookies. Our many loyal customers appreciate the unique gifts. They also know they can come in for a delicious snack. In addition to Louisville, we hand-deliver to Oldham County, Clarksville, Jeffersonville, New Albany, Mt. Washington and Shepherdsville.

Jun 22, 2017

Coming Home: 7 Meaningful Housewarming Gifts

Ahhh, Summer! This sun-kissed, party-by-the-pool season is rife with vacations, lazy days, weddings, weddings, more weddings—and moves! Whether it’s to a new apartment, home, or dorm room Summer is the season of the Housewarming Party. Things that roll around on … Continue reading
Jun 15, 2017

Your Father’s Day Gifting Solution

Having a hard time shopping for dear ol’ Dad? Give him more than the usual gift card or pair of socks. Finding fun, meaningful Father’s Day gifts isn’t easy—fortunately, we have what you need. Introducing our latest Build-A-Bear collaboration (and … Continue reading
Mar 14, 2017

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day the Cookies By Design Way

St. Patrick’s Day’s origins surround a Priest’s story of service mixed with legend. According to St. Patrick he was kidnapped and taken to Ireland as a teen. After escaping slavery years later, St. Patrick eventually returned to Ireland to spend … Continue reading