Saturdays are very busy days in our household, hang on…any day is a busy day in our household! Haha. But today, while doing the dancing class run and quick shopping trip for this afternoons family fun (watch this space!) I popped into the Vintage Fair in Huddersfield Town Hall. Have a look here at the various events around the country.
I love our town hall and it was the perfect setting for a nice variety of vintage stalls. One in particular was like viewing a war time museum. It was fascinating and the gentleman was more than happy to tell us all about the different pieces.
A couple of stalls caught my eye.
Cameo Rose displayed the most beautiful bouquets.
They also create a variety of wedding and event pieces such as table plans, candle holders and hanging birdcages. If I were to be planning my wedding now I would definitely be choosing some items from this lovely venue styling boutique.
Anntwackey Vintage stall gave us ‘beautiful vintage clothing’, and there was a shiny array of accessories.
Amongst the many pre-loved clothing rails, there were some stunningly handmade dresses. Now you know I’m enjoying making my own clothes at the minute and I spoke to the lady about the details she puts into the designs. Her shop is called Flower Corner in Barnsley. No website that I can find.
Her little shop isn’t far from me, so I will be taking a trip over there soon.
As we wandered around, the great hall was filled with the beautiful tones of The Daisy Belles.
They looked stunning, sang beautifully and added a lovely atmosphere as people meandered and chatted. Lilia and I stood for ages just watching them, and she watched them even longer while I eyed up a pretty pink tea-set!
A very nice hour spent on my busy Saturday. Look out for other fairs near you around the country.
(I have not been asked by any of the businesses to write this blog :) I just thought it was lovely and wanted to share)