Hampshire, Dorset, New Forest, Isle of Wight

A Croquembouche or croque-en-bouche is a French dessert consisting of choux pastry balls filled with vanilla creme patisserie and piled onto a cone and bound with threads of caramel. In Italy and France, it is often served at weddings 

and has proven a very popular choice in the UK for a unforgettable wedding / function centre piece.

Due to the creme patisserie over time softening the choux bun and the caramel the croquembouche has to be delivered a maximum of 4 hours prior to eating to ensure its stability and profiteroles not going soggy. We create our towers with a 

poly cone remaining Inside to assure stability and to give the client a longer display time. The cone will not be visible however, but gives the client a longer display time. For chocolate versions the display time can be up to 6 hours. 

A Traditional Caramel Croquembouche containing 150 profiteroles (Serves 50 guests with 3 profiteroles each or 75 guests 

at 2 profiteroles each) starts at £295 upwards. We can add various types of garnish

including various nuts and nougatine, fresh strawberries, edible flowers, fresh flowers and other elements.