Monthly Archives: May 2011

1950s holidays and english country weddings

Flicking through some old photos of holidays, here we have Fletcher & Foley on the beach taking tea.  Loving Bob’s pose as waiter. Back in the shop, a rather exciting wedding this weekend.  Canvas tent and pole marquee, hay bales, … Continue reading

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What divides your opinion?

Marmite, is the obvious choice.  Carnations even more so.  And to put things straight on that matter, never spray carnations, but the big single stemmed carnations in the right context can work. Cake – another divider – take this week.  … Continue reading

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Blues and shoes and minty mint.

I have a dwarf agapanthus in the garden, bought it from RHS Tatton Flower show a few years ago.  For some reason it sends up tons of leaves, but generally doesn’t really give this sort of show.  Meany! For me, … Continue reading

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It’s not just about the flowers

Sometimes it all about the ‘look’. Nipped out this morning for a pint of milk and came back with these lovely teacups and saucers. Perfect for vintage themed weddings. Oh and the tin obsession continues.  Thought you might like this … Continue reading

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She believed….

Love the sentiment in this little graphic.

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Button it!

When only country styling will do.  Loving this rather rustic buttonhole made of Scabious with a little bit of rosemary to keep it scented.  Simply lovely.

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YBA – Rachael Taylor Designs

We loved Rachael’s cowparsley inspired designs so much we bought the whole set – cutesy aprons adorned with buttons, tea towels and oven mitts so your kitchen need never be shabby.  Just floral and chic – and obviously all made … Continue reading

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