Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Leah's Bridal Shower

I couldn't resist sharing but a few photos from Leah's Bridal Shower held at my house a couple of weekends ago.

As you may have worked out from previous posts . . .I am not a baker.
A crafter - yes, a sewer- trying, but a baker - definitely not!

However, Leah's other friend Amy, she can bake. Raspberry Macarons, Red velvet cake, blueberry tarts, mini quiche, meringues, cupcakes. We were eating sweet treats at our house for the next fortnight! And another friend of Leah's, Karen, is really good at buying champagne en masse.

So add treats, tea & champagne to some well-styled decorations and you get a pretty fabulous Bridal Shower!

More photos to come in a little while.

Photography: Melinda O'Brien at
Styling: Tina Kent (nearly finished!)
Treats: by Amy
Champs: by Karen
Washing up & hard labour: Karen Whyte!


  1. Tina, this is beyond beautiful! Congrats on a lovely event, i'd be over the moon if my bridesmaids treated me to so spesh. Can't wait to see pics of the food. And I just can't get enough of your b&w wall!!! Kate x

  2. Looks like a very chic & stylish bridal shower and reading about all those treats is making me hungry! Ps I am your newest follower!
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