“As the marshmallowist I like to do things a little differently- with unexpected combinations and a bright, fresh twist ”

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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.

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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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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

Easter Gift Guide

There’s a consensus within my family that Easter is far superior Christmas when it comes to enjoyment levels. A lazily long weekend, no pressure to panic buy pressies, the food is lighter, fresher but just as decadent, walks are abundant, the days are brighter, you can go to the pub for longer and it’s, generally, far more relaxed. So if you’re staying with family, visiting pals, throwing a bash and looking for stylish sweet treats to both impress and indulge here are some of my favourite finds for when you ‘shouldn’t have’ but you did anyway because you’re no fool.

Made.com x No House Rules

Banging house music, velvet sofas, bare brick walls, gooseberry gin, scoops of vegan ice cream, flashes of neon AND toasted marshmallows. This was a living room party that set the bar high. Thrown by Made.com in their northern showroom and hosted by the game changing No House Rules team this bash was to show off how to style your space and showcase why furniture should be for enjoying, not keeping for best.

Empower, Nurture, Defend

Hurray for International Women’s Day! As an all women team we’re pretty grateful to recognise and celebrate women’s achievements. But it also gives us an opportunity to take stock at how far we still have to go to achieve equality. I always feel a little conflicted about marketing today- am I undermining  the struggle for equality by using an Instagram post to sell gourmet marshmallows? It’s about empowering women culturally and politically – it’s not Black Friday For Her.