The Master’s Baker Has Moved to a New Location in West Chester

Here's a peek at one of the new meeting spaces at The Master's Baker.

Here’s a peek at one of the new meeting spaces at The Master’s Baker.

If you’re not yet familiar with The Master’s Baker, we’re happy to make the introduction, as we’ve been fans for a while, now (you can check out their work on the pages of our mag): The family-owned business has been whipping up gorgeous (and seriously tasty) birthday and wedding cakes for 40 years now, and they’ve just made an exciting move to a new, larger space in West Chester.

We spoke to owner Chad Weldon, who tells us that his team has upgraded to a 6,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art studio on West Gay Street, one of the charming town’s main drags—it features two galleries where they’ll meet with bridal clients and a retail area where customers can pick up custom cake orders. (They were previously located in a small in-home shop in West Chester.)

The larger space allows The Master’s Baker to expand their reach, too: They’re now working with over 60 hotels, country clubs, caterers and corporations, and will be hosting two dessert and cake tastings per year for local wedding vendors who are looking to use The Master’s Baker as a preferred baker.

Curious to learn more? This video gives you an inside look into the whole operation and lots of details about the from-scratch cakes The Master’s Baker can create for your Big Day. (Hint: They’ve got 17 cake flavors plus lots of options for people with allergies.)

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