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Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Say it with Cake.

cake cetera
 After a long day at work, what a surprise to come home to these absolutely delicious Macaroons, very kindly sent to me by the lovely Polly at Cake Cetera.  What an absolutely brilliant idea, say it with cake instead of flowers.  I have never tried a Macaroon before and for my very first taste of these little delights I was very impressed.  No one else in my house got a look in.  They really cheered me up today.
Cake Cetera don't just make macaroons they do an array of cupcakes, please check out their website http://www.cake-cetera.co.uk/shop/  they cater for all sorts of occasions.  Do you know someone who has just had a baby? Don't send them flowers, send them a bouquet of cupcakes!

I will definitely be taking full advantage of this wonderful service. 
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Sunday, 14 September 2014

1940s Vintage Themed Wedding

Mid September already. Can't believe it.  Well, I suppose I have been missing in action this month.  September has brought a new job and has seen another best friends wedding.  My friends Kelsie and Jonny had a 1940s meets Festival themed wedding, Kelsie being a huge fan of anything vintage and their mutual love of music and festivals.     
Vintage, 1940s, Hell Bunny Retro

Kelsie was my bridesmaid back in 2008 so it was a complete honour to return the favour.  
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Saturday, 13 September 2014

Invent the perfect Bath Soak - The Bathory

A couple of weeks ago I was approached by 'The Bathory' and asked if I would like to 'invent my own' bath soak.  Was feeling really under the weather so completely jumped at the chance.  

The Bathory; Oils;

'The Bathory started as a one-woman kitchen enterprise — whipping up fragrant concoctions for friends. We want to capture the fun and thrill of all that experimenting-in-the-kitchen, and translate it into a product that comes to life online.'
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