The Vintage Cream offering travelling tea parties around the lovely county of Cornwall, and have also just launched a fabulous new website, complete with an online party boutique!
We’re continuing our foody theme on the blog this week with an interview with Iain, who runs Blue Bus Catering.
Today’s blog has come just at the right time. I am currently working on BBC Food & Drink and my days are consumed by food research.For me eating and drinking is where it’s at.
Welcome to Moodboard Monday! This week I will be bringing to you ‘foody’ ways to style your wedding.
As you might have spotted, I was lucky enough to attend the Fabulous Wedding Festival at Muddifords Court this weekend. I was live blogging on the day, but here’s my bumper review post, with heaps of snaps for you to oggle!
Emily Hankins runs her cake company from her base near Cambourne, and we were fortunate enough to cross paths during #VintageWedHour on Twitter. Emily tells us all about her up and coming business…
The Vintage Cream’s Travelling Tea Parties offer the perfect vintage ‘afternoon tea’ experience. The business operates from the beautiful county of Cornwall, and Emma tells us more on Dotty Vintage Weddings…
Nila Holden operates the most fabulous Artisan Bakery from her home in Bedfordshire. She specialises in beautiful bohemian inspired cakes and cookies, all with a vintage flavour that would be perfect for a rustic wedding.
If you consider yourself to be an alternative bride, looking for something quirky, thrifty and or just downright different, then look no further… The Fabulous Wedding Festival is here.
The Lizard is one of my most favourite places in Cornwall. It’s also two other things – the most southerly point on the UK mainland, and home to Cornish Fancies. This fabulous company is run by Vicky and I couldn’t wait to feature them on Dotty Vintage Weddings.