Forgive me blog for I have sinned – it has been far too long since my last post.
At the end of May we worked on a two day wedding at Kedleston Hall, for the most gorgeous couple who wanted something a little different for their celebration.
Our vintage china & accessories were used for their 100 guest wedding and we dressed the tables.
These photographs speak for themselves, all I will add is that I had an incredibly busy, fun, brilliant, exciting & memorable couple of days. I am not exaggerating when I say I caught my breath when I saw Aelia, you are a lucky man Stu!
Oh and a behind the scenes collection of images would have been very entertaining too…me washing up for three hours at the end of the first day until midnight in a small, manically busy kitchen filled with waiters, me being locked out of the Hall at 10pm and desperately trying to find a way in, a tractor being needed to haul out the gate keeper’s stuck car from the mud after he let me in, unpredictable weather, an ambulance & not forgetting the escaping sheep.
Congratulations again Aelia and Stuart – you make such a wonderful couple and thank you for asking us to be part of your celebration.
Photography – James Melia
Table flowers – The Blossom Tree
Venue – Kedleston Hall
Vintage china & accessory hire, styling – Darby & Joan
Wedding cake – Choccywoccydoodah
The clock is ticking – it is 1.52am on Friday morning and I am still baking in preparation for the Fabulous Places Summer Market.
Have a read of the blog on the Save the Date website here about the event http://www.savethedatemagazine.co.uk/2012/07/summer-food-gift-market-by-fabulous-places/
Hope to see you there.
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