It was a lovely sunny Sunday in Sevenoaks for my wedding fair at West Heath School. What a lovely building- it would be stunning for any bride’s special day.
Thank you to all those who were there on the day- from fellow suppliers to the brides and grooms themselves!
I met some really lovely people and enjoyed the day. I chatted to Katie the celebrant and to Brad the entertainment chap and was very grateful to get some good cider pub suggestions for our cider from him! I admired Simon the bar-man’s elderflower fizz and scoffed Stephanie’s delicious canapés! YUM!
Hope everyone enjoyed my little tasters. The scones seemed to go down well!
I loved showing them off on my vintage cake stands supplied by my talented vintage China lady Emily.
Anyone looking for jammy wedding favours you know where I am!
Spring has most definitely sprung! The days are longer, the birds are louder, the lambs are being born, the grass is greener and the daffodils are bright yellow.
After such a miserable and damp winter, it is a welcome relief to see the garden and countryside unfurl.
The blossom is stunning. Is it better than last year? I don't remember, and it doesn't matter – it's here now. And what a picture it is. Fields of apple trees is a spring delight.
We were in Somerset over the Easter weekend and enjoyed being part of the Easter Sunday service. In a teeny and very pretty church with sandy coloured stone walls a young couple listened to their bans of marriage being read out – a lovely moment for a couple in love, about to be married!
My thoughts turn to summer and the traditional season for weddings. I am hoping to have the opportunity to make homemade wedding favours for some local brides.
Attractive miniature jars, decorated beautifully with a colourful ribbon filled with yummy locally made jam or chutney according to the bride's taste. Would suit all weddings – but especially those who appreciate good food.
Fun, personal and much more interesting than a bag of sugared almonds!