So it had been 8 years, 8! Since I last went to Disneyland Paris (I really wish I hadn't left it that long!) and oh my, walking out onto Main Street brought back all those feelings of Nostalgia!
Myself and Lucie had been talking about a Disneyland Paris trip for quite some time, but one 'work' day at Lucie's we decided to just book it there and then - which meant weeks of excitement and counting down
Oh hey there! I hope you've all had a bloody brilliant Christmas, are suitably full from festive feasts and are ready for the New Year! I know a lot of people do "year in review" style posts so I thought I'd jump on that bandwagon and follow suit!
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Autumn is fully upon us now and I've put together some mini photography sessions - these sessions last 20-30 minutes (so children don't get bored!) and provide great Christmas presents for nans and granddads etc! You could even use them to make personalised Christmas cards or calender's!
A few weeks ago me & Johnny decided to go on an adventure to Foxes Farm & Produce in Basildon and pick out some pumpkins! Firstly if you're at a loss for something to do on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon in October then I would totally recommend going pumpkin picking! You don't have to pay an entry fee (you just pay for whatever pumpkins you buy!) and the actual cost of the pumpkins is super reasonable and being able to walk round a huge field and pick your own ideal pumpkin makes the experience super fun!
Back with another installment in my afternoon tea adventures, this time i'm sharing the ultimate in super kawaii kitty cat teas and that's the Hello Kitty afternoon tea at Cutter and Squidge.
Obviously, Disney has always been a pretty popular area but with the remakes of lots of our old favourites like Alice in Wonderland, Cinderella & Beauty and the Beast this has meant that we don’t just need to pop into your nearest Disney store to get your fix, a lot of high street and online shops are getting a piece of the action! (I for one am glad because my local Disney store closed down – The horror!)
So I've been thinking about my blog a little the past few days... I intended on having some kind of structure/schedule but in reality I'm definitely not that kind of person. I find that added pressure of having to do things in order just stresses me out more, I prefer to write about whatever I feel like - whether that being an advice post, a real wedding, my afternoon tea adventures etc. I'll obviously be posting my work but I want to also still make this MY blog and have elements of me and my interests too. One thing I'm really big on is supporting other business owners, particularly independent and local businesses so I've decided that every Wednesday (or most Wednesdays I should say) I'll be sharing things I find on Etsy/Not On The High Street etc for you in a series i'm calling *drumroll* WEDNESDAY WARES (super original I know!) so heres #1!
Something I've wanted to do for THE longest time is write a series of blog posts on my love of afternoon tea. I had intended on starting an actual blog titled "Chloe's Afternoon Tea Adventures" but I then decided that I'd just write it all here every once in a while because this is still my blog and a lot of my couples also seem to love afternoon tea so why not share the love around! So here goes, first up is the Gilt Rooms, located in my favourite place, Mersea Island, Essex.