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Wedding cakes
May
24

Wedding Cakes Through the Ages

Robin
We’re all familiar with the classic wedding cake – typically tiered and covered in white icing and floral decorations. But wedding cakes haven’t always looked this way. In fact, this particular tradition has undergone many innovative changes over the years to evolve into the style we know and love today. ‘Bride pies’ are the centrepiece In the 16th and 17th centuries, wedding feasts were typically...
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Traditional wedding cakes - blog image
Jan
15

Don’t be afraid to have your wedding cake and eat it

Robin
Weddings are beautiful occasions but they can also be tricky events, laden with emotion and expectation, and the pressure to follow the correct etiquette in front of your assembled family and friends. But the best day of your life shouldn’t have to be stuck in a tradition you’re not keen on. When it comes to one of the most important elements of the big day...
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Spring range of cakes
Mar
21

Cakeism is a word

Robin
Let’s talk about cakeism. Word of the year in 2018, it is peculiar to the UK and born from Brexit. It captures the doctrine of having one’s cake and eating it too and has been used to describe the governments approach to exiting the EU. Now I don’t want to get into a political discussion, but I am rather disappointed that a word with cake...
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