A Most Curious Valentine ~ The Perfect Last Minute Gift Idea…

Back in December, I wrote about a fabulous little business called 'A Most Curious Party', that specialise in hiring out items for vintage tea parties,
weddings and other events, from an ever-growing collection of vintage
china, decoration and absolutely gorgeous props.

Well Rebecca, the lovely lady behind this fabulous find, dropped me a note today to tell me about her special Valentines offer.  A Most Curious Party have created a simple, romantic and very en-trend Valentines Day package, perfect as a last minute idea…

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If you think that special someone would fancy an old fashioned picnic (perhaps indoor for the February factor) that you can have in your own home or your chosen destination but you’re running out of time this could be the answer.

Your wicker hamper will include

♥  2 vintage champagne glasses
♥  2 vintage teacups
♥  Vintage teapot, sugar bowl and milk jug
♥  2 vintage cake plates
♥  A cake stand of beautiful cupcakes and cucumber sandwiches
♥  Picnic blanket
♥  Posy of flowers in a vintage vase.

Available for those in the London area for £30.  That's a snip!  You can't buy love, but you sure can treat your loved one to something wonderful and original like A Most Curious Valentine :)  (aaaaand score major brownie points for thoughtfulness and cute-ness!).

For further details, email Rebecca at A Most Curious Party, or telephone 07852~150 285.  Be sure to visit the website too!

ps – Rebecca had a fabulous 1950's themed wedding which will be featured on Love My Dress very soon!


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Founder of Love My Dress. Passionate Podcaster and Editor. Annabel lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, their two daughters and menagerie of furry hounds. She loves photography, meditation, walking, being outdoors and star gazing. She is fierce when it comes to championing talent within the wedding industry and when she's not working on Love My Dress, she supports her husband Philip in the running of the family's sustainable flower farm and floral design business, Moonwind Flowers. In 2013, she became a published author.