We've been making vintage aprons for a while now but we were especially pleased to see ourselves in Glamour magazine this month. We love nothing more then reusing vintage items that have a little bit more life left in them. Such as pretty old embroidered tablecloths that have tea stains and holes in them. We have a special love for old lace and ribbons, but I'm guessing a lot of you do. And double eeekkk my fabric stash is growing.
We've been selling our cake stands for a while too.
It's actually how we started getting into hiring out vintage china for events/weddings. We found it hard to drill into such pretty plates that we kept putting them on the side - and eventually the pile kept growing and growing then we had enough for quite a few people!
We actually had our biggest vintage china wedding this summer for 160 people.
Although I know we have enough china, I can hear the other half laughing saying
"Are you sure, Becca, are you admitting it yet?"
I still can't resist a beautiful cup and saucer!
Pretty Royal Albert china plate
We used our cake-stands for a photo shoot a while back for a cook book, notice the purplish aprons in the background.
So this blog post today is mostly about aprons & cake stands, I'm sure you are so excited and can't wait for the next blog! haha
Take care for now.
See you soon