Following our own ‘A-Fayre to Remember’, we barely had time to catch our breath before our debut with Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair in Cambridge on Sunday 8th May. After being a little traumatised by difficulties of unloading for an event faced with the park-and-ride system, we whipped the stall up and grabbed some of Sam’s amazing cake for breakfast. Jess quickly became addicted to Sam’s truly special carrot cake.
Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair certainly lived up to it’s name, with some of the finest quality retro and vintage being so reasonably priced we got goosebumps! When the flow of eager vintage-lovers finally slowed a little, Felicity grabbed a spare minute to have a gander and purchased a super cute 80s Hawaiian dress for only £28.
We also got the pleasure of meeting the lovely Hazel of the travelling vintage pop-up shop Rag & Bow. It’s not just the rails of vintage bargains to be had and her well-known £10 rail that have given ‘Rag & Bow’ its reputation, but Hazel herself is a bubbly, friendly stall holder ready to style up any lil lady.
The next Sunday, we were back in Hertfordshire for Jenny’s Harpenden Vintage & Accessories Fair. Getting lost once again, we were guided to the event by a gentleman on a bike, bless him! We have decided to invest in a Sat Nav to reduce us harassing the unsuspecting general public!
We loved Mildew cards designed by Claire, especially the range featuring hand-drawn biscuits & cake with cheeky faces. We are also particularly fond of Sharon’s vintage crockery stall The Polka Dot Pantry, many pieces you can dream would be used in your ideal afternoon tea party. We purchased a beautiful, dainty floral three tier cake stand to be used on the Now, Voyager stall.
We will be back in Hertfordshire for Jenny’s next fair on Sunday 11th July in Hitchin.
Cake & Kisses,
Felicity & Jess
Now, Voyager xx