Patrick Macarons & Patisserie create beautiful bespoke Macaron Towers that are a fun, vibrant and contemporary alternative to a traditional wedding cake. They can also produce individual mini boxes of macarons, customisable to your wedding colours and theme that make delicious wedding favours for your guests.
Over the summer, we had a super chat to Tony, owner of Patrick Macarons about his engaging tale of the path that led towards his successful business and how he has adopted the affectionate title of “The Macaron Man.
In this quick catch up we’re delighted to hear how busy Tony is and we’re super impressed by to hear that he was invited along as a guest of Jeremy Vine on Radio 2.
Tony is now taking bookings for 2018 and 2019, so we’d advise you not to leave things too late, take a look at Patrick Macarons & Patisserie’s awesome offerings below and in our initial post and get your Macaron Tower and wedding favours booked, and we’d absolutely love to see photos of them on your big day. Over to Tony now for that catch up.
Remind our readers what you do
I am Tony Patrick and I am the man behind the multi award winning macarons at Patrick Macarons & Patisserie.
What have you been up to since we last spoke?
Since we last spoke I have been immersed in both the Wedding Season and Food Festival Season – both are really busy times of the year for me, especially weddings as this is now becoming a much longer season as I become further established.
What are your stand out moments since our last chat?
I am constantly surprised by how far the news and popularity of my macarons travels. Since my blog feature I have delivered wedding towers all over the north of England and favours to as far as Gloucester!
No distance is too far and I hand deliver rather than use couriers. Far too important to pass the responsibility on!!
I was also invited to the Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2 this summer – He is a big macaron fan, a twitter follower of mine and also a very very nice man. His show is a perfect example of brilliant broadcasting and consummate professionalism. It was a fabulous afternoon and I met Craig Charles and Victoria Derbyshire too.
What do you have planned for the next 12 months?
I have one more small christmas food festival to go before the festival season closes and I will concentrate on my market stalls and product development for 2018.
I already have my wedding diary open for both 2018 and 2019 and am looking forward to those lovely discussions with couples approaching their special day.
We are planning to launch an online wedding shop in 2018. Would you be interested in selling through us? If so, what products would you like to offer our readers/customers?
I would love to be included in your online wedding shop and would be happy to offer any Girl Gets Wed customers and readers a 10% discount on any order for wedding favours or towers.
All images courtesy of Patrick Macarons & Pattisserie