We all love a good bakery brand but Peggy Porschen is the most inventive and newest one that we’re adding to our #GirlfriendCollection. Why? When you scroll through your Instagram, do you ever feel a little bit jealous or in awe when you see that your fave influencers have been sent incredibly creative cakes and cookies? Well, this is a brand that tops everything you’ve seen before, even those pics and insta stories. Their business is booming and we’re giving you an insight into how you can get your hands on some of their creations.
Peggy Porschen has so much to offer
In the parlour, you can find the perfect edible gifts for weddings, christenings, baby showers, birthdays, corporate events and so much more. Whether you’re on the hunt to find something cool and unique to give to a friend or you’re after a treat for yourself, this is the place to go. Their flagship store is located in London’s Belgravia and there you will find freshly baked cupcakes, cookies, layer cakes and a whole other load of treats. We send our apologies for sparking any cravings.
Above, you can see their Halloween and autumnal collection for 2018 and it really is rather spectacular, wouldn’t you agree? When you think about it, it’s crazy how just the tiniest thoughts of making something creative and unique can really make a baked treat stand out from the rest. Candy skulls, glitter pumpkins and ghost cookies were just a few of Peggy’s most iconic creations of October.
Now, to get hold of something like this for yourself, you can actually shop their website online as well as visiting their store in Chelsea. By simply following them on Instagram you’ll never miss a season, holiday or special occasion and you’ll never be stuck for what to get someone ever again.
How long have they been around?
Peggy Porschen was founded in 2003 by award-winning cake designer and author Peggy herself along with her husband as managing director. The store now hosts a team of pastry chefs and sugar-craft artists all of whom bonded with Peggy over their mutual love for edible works of art. In 2011 she actually opened up a cake academy. Now does that sound like the dream or does that sound like the dream? If you’re into cake decorating why not give it a go, if you don’t become a master at least you’ll have had fun! It may even inspire you to create your own little business. Dreams and opportunities are what we stand by.