This incredible maximalist floral shoot featuring my vintage crockery has been featured on the Magpie Wedding blog. Created by the lovely and very talented Lily Sawyer Photography this styled shoot is full of inspiration for creative couples planning a maximum floral wedding. The combination of vintage fine bone china styled in a modern setting works wonderfully. Styled by the creative Johanna Valeur, the contrast of the pink sequins against the gold gilt vintage china plates works wonderfully. Such a great explosion of colour from every aspect and an abundance of greenery to balance it out. Read more
If you’re anything like me you love to bag a bargain. There’s nothing better than finding a treasure you love and knowing it’s true worth. As a buyer of fine bone china for my business, Vintage Flair, I’ve been searching the country for best buys for over 9 years. From online purchases to wondering around antique fairs in my wellies, I’ve picked up a few tips and I’m going to share them with you. If you’re having a DIY wedding or just want to purchase a few vintage props, grab a cup of tea and take some notes.
Congratulations, its 2018 and you have a wedding to plan!! – revel in the excitement as it’s your turn to enjoy being engaged. Show off your sparkly ring (that you look at every 10 seconds), wear your ear-to-ear smile and why not throw a party to celebrate with family and friends. Here are my top 5 tips on how to plan a wedding in 2018.
This styled shoot is the fabulous creation of Nicole Stachowiak (House of Elliot Boots) and Emma Hunt (Emma Hunt London), two incredibly talented and creative ladies, well known within the wedding industry. I was delighted when Nicole asked if I would like to supply the shoot with my vintage china items. The colour scheme was marsala and gold which is […]
As a supplier of tea parties, I receive tonnes of emails regarding charity events and it can be hard to choose which ones to support. However, when I received a call from the Stand Up To Cancer team I knew this would be a great one to help, especially when they mentioned it was in collaboration with Louise Pentland (A Sprinkle of Glitter).
We are delighted to have been selected to feature alongside some of the finest, most respected wedding suppliers in the UK. Little Book For Brides is a great wedding planning directory which allows you to create a file of your dream suppliers, make contact with them and also lists special offers. Its a really good time saving tool as it showcases all the suppliers ideal for elegant, luxurious and ‘something a bit unique’ weddings – no chocolate fountain here!
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Before meeting Rachel, we knew her wedding was going to be impressively creative due to seeing the talent in her dressmaking hobby, house of pinheiro . These images show the result of Rachel and Dan’s planning to bring Rachel’s Brazilian traditions to an English country house in Kent. We were delighted to supply vintage china for the place settings and glass cake stands and bonbon dishes for Rachel’s traditional Brazilian sweets. Read more
This month we are delighted to see our vintage Easter wedding styled shoot has been given a double spread in the Essex Wedding Magazine. The feature is packed with ideas for hosting an Easter wedding, from egg hunts to seasonal flowers.
Set in the beautiful woodland gardens at Baddow Park Essex, this spring inspired shoot is brimming with pastels, gold and lots of pink! Read more
As seen on Bespoke Bride wedding blog, Harajuku Girl Visits English Country House. A photo shoot styled by the talented Coocouture team using a candy coloured selection of our china items. Read the full article here…
As seen on Aspirational Bride wedding blog, Venetian masquerade bridal shoot. This shoot features our pretty vintage china and beautiful teacup posies created by The Vintage Floral Design Co, based in Kent. Read the full article here…
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