Tuesday, 16 November 2010

The Vintage Tearoom

Well we went to London and held our little vintage tearoom... was it busy? well me and my lovely helpers did not even have time to eat or drink! You know those queues you see for Betty's Tearoom in Harrogate? well it was like that, which is brilliant for business but not so good for delicate vintage china. Some of it did get broken and I was very upset but these things happen I suppose, no point crying over beautiful, irreplaceable vintage china now is there!!:(

The vintage wedding fair was very busy so I hear but I didn't even get the chance to go and have a mooch around like I usually do as I was busy serving tea and cakes to the masses of people. I wish I had more time to chat to all the lovely brides to be but unfortunately I was too busy cutting slices of lemon drizzle and Victoria sponges!

The next Vintage wedding fair is in Lemington Spa on the 10th April, I will be posting more details on that one soon, this time I am just holding a stall so will have lots of time to chat to all the vintage brides to be.



  1. Oh sorry to hear about your china, how sad! But lovely to hear you were so busy, that is super fab isn't it! Loving these photos. Mmmm the cakes look delicious.

  2. How lovely!! xoxoxo

  3. I LOVE the setting of your vintage tea rooms, the wooden bar looked like it was made for you!

    So sorry to hear that some of your china got broken :o( We've collected lots of old china for our wedding and I will be very sad if any pieces end up in an accident too. My mum initially offered my great grandads tea set for our big day but I said no just in case!

    Glad that you had a fab day x

  4. Thanks for your comments and thank you for caring about my vintage china. It is very sad but I just have to get out there and source some more :)