as the marshmallowist, I like to do things a little differently - I handcraft soufflé marshmallows from fruits, organic herbs and boutique alcohol.
oonagh xx

the marshmallowist story

The Marshmallowist was the first producer of gourmet marshmallows in the UK. Using premium ingredients - only whole fresh fruits, organic herbs & spices and boutique alcohol - The Marshmallowist combine classic confectionery with unexpected flavours.

weddings

We work with you to create bespoke marshmallow centrepieces or personalised favour boxes that match the style and individuality of your big day.

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your brand

We create bespoke flavours and branding that matches both your campaign and budget. From signature treats to unique outdoor toasting experiences- we're the UK's leading Marshmallow brand.

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thoughts

Our Independent Heroes

All the bizness who independent throw your hands up at me… Yup, it’s Small Business Saturday today and it’s time to celebrate the little guys; the crafters and grafters, the makers and creators. Let me tell you, we’re here for you. When I stated my own business I stopped being a chocolatiere and had to become everything from an accountant, to a photographer to a HR manager.  I thought I’d introduce you to a couple of our favourite independent stockists- those shops that are almost a daydream of how perfect a shop can be. With their fresh coffee and their ‘ooh look at that’ window merchandising. You might know them already. But just in case you don’t…

My Christmas Gift Guide

It’s Small Business Saturday tomorrow. And it’s nearly Christmas. And, at Christmas, you tell the truth (as Andrew Lincoln in Love Actually so weirdly told us) And the truth is…. Running a small business at Christmas is really bloody hard. The discounting pressures, the last post pressures, the running out of stuff, the underestimating, the overestimating, the not enough time or hands.

Where we’re at this Christmas

This billboard was at the end of my road for most of the summer. And I bloody loved it. It was confident, very bitchy and says so much about the relentless bullshit you have to put up with when you have a concept that other people want a piece of. Oh, and it was funny too. I really haven’t stopped thinking about it. I wish I could be as funny as KFC. Or at least have the confidence to call out poor business practices.