Today I am thrilled to share the exquisite work of Peboryon, designer and maker of unique custom celebration cakes, and their beautiful Duchy Wedding cake Collection inspired by the Cornish landscape.
The Peboyron cake studio is situated in the historic and beautiful town of Penzance, only a short stroll from the ocean edge.
It’s a place of light, beauty and inspiration, and it’s where they design, bake and create tailored cakes with quality local ingredients.
Peboryon wedding and event cakes are hand delivered to celebrations across the country.
The studio is owned and operated by award winning designer and baker Christine Jensen and her husband and cake engineer Phil Jensen.
Christine’s cake artistry has been nationally recognised, winning many accolades and featuring in print, online and on TV.
Her corporate clients have included Waterstones, the National Marine Aquarium and Salisbury Cathedral, as well as local businesses, enterprises, and events.
She is appointed cake designer for Hotel Tresanton, Boconnoc Estate, Pengenna Manor, Mamhead Estate, Fowey Hall and Tregenna Castle.
Christines first wedding cake collection ” The Duchy Collection” has now just been launched .
The Duchy Collection is inspired by the amazing colours, contours and specific places in the stunning landscape of the South-West.
Each cake takes its name from the place that inspired it, (and just in case you’re wondering, Peboyron takes its name from the Cornish word for ‘baker’)
As the demand for Peboryon’s award winning cakes has grown across the UK, Christine and Phil wanted to give couples the choice of a ‘prêt-à-porter’ range of designs, alongside their custom ‘couture’ work.
One of our favourite places to retreat (at low tide) is Mill Bay.
Away to the West and off the beaten track, through the gorse and butterflies is a cove, with a waterfall and a natural stone arch that magnificently frames the evening light.
There is something rather mystical in those pre-dawn hours by the ocean.
Perhaps it’s the combination of relentless foam, moonscapes and silver sands that evokes the drama.
The colours and brushwork of this design were inspired by an apple tree in fruit on the river bank near the stepping stones at Lerryn.
It stood in the courtyard of a white cottage, with windfall apples strewn all around. It was the picture of nature’s bounty.
After an afternoon celebrating togetherness, art galleries and good coffee, a walk out to watch the white sails chase the breeze on the sparkling sea was invigorating.
There’s freedom and beauty in power under control.
In the shallows of the harbour, when the crowds are long gone, you’ll find memories of the century old artistic community where loyalty and love blossomed.
With echoes of that era, Lamorna is a celebration of 1920’s romance and creativity
To Contact Peboyron
Phone: 07807 153091
Images ~ Toby Lowe Photography
Flowers ~ The Velvet Daisy