Monthly Archives: June 2017

May Favourites

June 12th, 2017|Favourites|

We’re halfway through the year and at the start of another month, which means it’s time for another favourites post! Here are all of our favourite things from May! Chocolate Woodland Floral Cake This cake just screams summer. Log slabs are becoming increasingly popular in weddings and it’s not difficult to see why. The slab paired with the peach roses and the berries give the cake a real woodland feel and just looks stunning! Simplicity of the Abbott ...

The Quest for John Willett

June 5th, 2017|General|

Tucked away in the Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels, Belgium is a sculpture of the late John Willett. Sculpted in 1763 by Flemish artist Michael Rysbrack before his death in 1770. John Willett, a Magistrate, has been sculpted reading a book presumed to be related to his career. He’s also leaning on a column and dressed in a toga-style outfit. Though sculpted in 1763, Willett actually died in 1745, almost exactly 20 years before his sculpture was created. ...