Peggy Porschen opens the doors to her 'Pink Parlour'

Peggy Porschen is a long time favourite on The Wedding Vine, we simply adore her amazing couture wedding cakes, but Peggy’s magic needn’t be reserved for special occasions only. Peggy has just opened her fantastic ‘Pink Parlour’ in London’s Belgravia on the corner of leafy Elizabeth and Ebury Street. Here you can enjoy a selection of delicious freshly baked cupcakes, cookies and exquisite Peggy Porschen confections, all created by the expert team of master bakers, patissiers and highly skilled sugar artists based on the premises. The stunning flavour combinations include Lemon Limoncello layer cake, frosty Banoffi cupcakes and deliciously dark Rich Fruit Cake. Indulge and enjoy with a pot of Peggy’s own blend chosen from a tea menu of eight delectable loose-leaf varieties. The perfect accompaniment, each exclusive tea is inspired by the ingredients used in Peggy’s kitchen with blends such as gingerbread, vanilla and passion fruit to name but a few. Peggy’s Parlour also indulges the inner domestic goddess, the shelves are stacked with signature Peggy Porschen goodies including, pinnies, oven mitts, seasonal cookie cutters, homemade jams and cake accessories.

For brides looking for their unique wedding centerpiece or those looking to celebrate in the most spectacular way, a beautiful display of original Peggy Porschen cake creations await. By appointment only, clients may enter the Bespoke Boutique to meet with their specialist design consultant surrounded by inspirational samples, mouth-watering smells and flavours. See more of Peggy’s magnificent cakes here.

To arrange your bespoke consultation visit or alternatively follow Peggy on Twitter and Facebook for up to the minute news on seasonal collections, products and Master class availability at the Peggy Porschen Academy opening soon!

  • 1 comments "Peggy Porschen opens the doors to her 'Pink Parlour'"

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  • Josie Hendrick says

    25th October 2010 at 7:35 pm

    I can tell even by the outside of that shop that I'd I'd like what's inside1

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