A vintage tea party by Chintz 'n' China

Photo by Emma Connolly

The sun had its hat on and the garden at The Haven looked beautiful
If I do say so myself.
One lucky bride was in for a real surprise... Organised by her sister
And kept quiet by all our bride Lucie couldn't of been happier with her
Lovely vintage tea party.

Photo by Emma Connolly

At the top of the garden beautiful antique china set the scene
All laid out on a lovely chintzy table cloth.
Miss-matched Lloyd loom chairs and gorgeous vintage linens
To settle down to enjoy an afternoon tea.

Photo by Emma Connolly

A tranquil setting amongst the cottage flowers, shaded by an ivory linen gazebo trimmed with
Old bunting. On the menu were non alcoholic pimms, a selection of dainty sandwiches, scones
With clotted cream and jam, petit fours and a choice of tea.

Photo by Emma Connolly
Happy bride to be with her mum, sister and best friend. A lovely idea for a girly get together.

Photo by Emma Connolly

An afternoon of crafting in the garden. Fun to be had on the sewing machines with a lesson
In bunting by Sarah. Other classes include flower arranging by Christine our local florist and
Cup cake decorating by our very talented Lisa of Lisa's iced gems www.lisasicedgems.co.uk
And an intro into vintage home and garden styling by myself.

Photo by Emma Connolly

Look what we made.... A fun afternoon had by all!

"I just wanted to say thank you so much for such a lovely afternoon, I think I can speak for everyone
When I say how perfect it was. And from a business point of view all your little touches made the day
E.g tiny paper straws, non-alcoholic pimms and rose petals in the wash basin! We all had a very relaxed but fun afternoon, and I'm sure the bunting will remind us of the hen do whenever we put it up
All the best.

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