There was more cake than you could shake a stick at;
This is where I chose to sit, next to the kendal mint cake cheese cake (OMG, I can't tell you how wonderful it tasted);
There were lots and lots of beautiful china tea cups, saucers and side plates from a very generous lady's collection who allowed us to drink tea from her treasures.
There was bunting and an amazing party atmosphere;
It had taken us two hours (and some) to get to this point and it was destroyed in a matter of minutes when 90+ vintage clad ladies turned up to eat cake.
I wish I had taken more photos of the amazing outfits that were worn, I opted in the end for a slim fitting black wrap dress, high boots and funky purple tights with my cloche hat and fancy flower brooch. I thought I looked rather fetching but as more and more people arrived I beagn to feel decidedly under dressed. I was driving too so was the only sober person by the end of proceedings. It was such fun and I can't wait until the next one!
Here is my small corner;
It was a bit slapdash and cobbled together as there were only round tables for us to use (?) so it all turned out a little higgeldy piggeldy but I made a healthy number of sales and donated a cut to the charity pot, I met some fabulous women and came home with some custom orders to fill!
Best get some sewing done!