5 different kinds of cakes in 5 different bakeries | Instagram Parties
We think we can all agree that cake is simply the best thing in life. There is never a bad time for a cake, it’s always appropriate, and you probably won’t be in trouble if you eat it. You might be at your grandmother’s funeral, depressed, stressed out about work or college, but as soon as everyone has their piece of the pie, you’ll be better.
When I say “everyone” I mean EVERYONE! Even people who don’t like dessert will still get a piece of it because they know how good it is, and you can’t say no to someone who made a beautiful cake just for them! The point is: it doesn’t matter how full we feel; there is always room for the cake! And this cake tastes even better when served in the most photograph-worthy places.
Let’s look at 5 different kinds of cakes in five locations starting with Peggy Porschen SW1W.
Photo by Peggy Porschen
How not to go crazy for a place that serves pink goodness? Peggy Porschen Belgravia is your go-to for everything soft and feminine. With an exterior crafted from the most delicate pastels, this cafe will have you hooked with its signature buttercream frosting on every cake they offer – especially if it’s proudly displayed on the front!
Peggy’s layered birthday and celebration cakes are delicious, but the individual cupcakes are what makes this place so unique. With so many themed treats to eat out, Peggy’s is a great place to start.
What makes Peggy’s so GI friendly? It’s not just because it’s a beautiful shop, decorated inside and out like a Barbie magic key house, and not just because the cakes are gorgeous (they are). This is the location. Found in the high end of Belgravia, this is the set that makes this alluring cake boudoir so fabulous.
If you want to find a way to make someone feel special, Cutter & Squidge is your go-to bakery. With cake creations that will stop traffic and tempting candies designed to each customer’s specifications (we’ve seen it all, from devilishly sweet salty caramel cakes to squidgy chocolate brownies with just the right amount of sweetness), this place has it all!
A good address in need of flavor? They guarantee personified delight and only natural ingredients are used – no high fructose corn syrup here, honorable customers! So come on, have a taste of what these guys can do because, after all, what is life without cake?
What the gram loves about Cutter & Squidge, aside from the food, is the decor, warm yet inspiring – who wouldn’t want grass growing on their walls?
We know a lot of people who would love to get their hands on Danish pastries. If you’re looking for Scandinavian-style baked goods, be sure to check out Ole & Steen!
The bakery has been around since before most of us were born. They first opened a shop as two friends with an oven just off the streets near the bohemian district of Copenhagen.
Now you can find them closer to you in all places in London that stretch across areas like Canary Wharf in Richmond. So whether it’s one sweet tooth after another, this place has it covered.
If you take a look at Ole & Steens’ Instagram page, you’ll see that they take great photos of all the food, displayed on huge shelves, so everyone inside and out has a glimpse. kindness.
Photo by Janita Sumeiko on Unsplash
Meringue Girls is a must-have treat for anyone who enjoys the perfect balance of sweet and mellow notes on one side and mellow on the other. Edible kisses have been favored by clients like H&M, Vogue, Selfridges – even Chanel!
You can’t go wrong with these delicious little gems that will make every day better (and maybe take some stress off, too). Sold only online, but that doesn’t prevent them from appearing on Insta at any notable party.
We can’t just talk about cakes; we must also mention the bread and donuts.
Bread Ahead is a brand born out of a London market and now operating in four different locations. You don’t have to look far – find them at Borough Market and Soho’s Lafayette Grill & Bakery, where their menu covers everything bread-related; they even offer courses for those who want to learn from master bakers!
Their Instagram is a popular place for people who want to try something new, including donuts.
Finally, for good measure, let’s talk about the Hummingbird Bakery.
Photo of the Colibri bakery
Hummingbird Bakery is known for its unique cupcakes, and now it’s taking on another popular bakery product, condiments. This time around, London’s famous bakery will be offering some of Heinz’s most beloved items as a dessert, such as beans, ketchup or even salad cream! Don’t you know what it tastes like?
We are backing you up with these delicious treats that might surprise you more than you expected, so wait no longer because Hummingbirds only sell these pastries for a limited period of time.