Renee's baby shower!

A dear friend of ours Renee is expecting! In only 8 weeks time! So in celebration some friends and I decided to throw her a baby shower. Party planning is a favourite of mine so we got stuck into it. We came up with the theme of the cow jumped over the moon. But there aren't a lot of cow theme party products so I had to do a lot of improvising. To start with a talented friend Alison Wenlock designed a cute invitation that included this gorgeous little cow and moon design she made that became the party mascot popping up everywhere!

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It was great teamwork! I made the bunting by just buying some material from Spotlight and material glue; Tina made all the yummy food, Zoe made the cake, which was amazing! I made the little cake topper flags. Designer Ali made the cutest baby wishes cards. I made some labels for the milk bottles and we filled them with chocolate and strawberry milk (to fit in with the theme of course). For the cups I cut out the labels and stuck them on so people could write their name on theirs.

Tina made the bottle shaped cookies and mini cupcakes, which were delicious! I made the cupcake toppers by just printing out a template from online putting a border around it and sticking them to toothpicks. As a little take home treat I painted some mini take-away containers in cow pattern and people could fill it up with lollies. The cake pops were made by Renee, Ali and I, they were a mission to make and took a lot of trials, burnt chocolate etc but turned out fab in the end!

The make shift photo booth was loads of fun! I just bought props from cheap stores and printed out the moustaches, lips etc and stuck them to skewers. We hung up streamers for the backdrop.

Organic homemade lemonade


Hi all!

In celebration of Spring and the warmer weather (hoorah!) I made some homemade lemonade! Very simple.

1 1/2 cups freshly squeezed lemon juice
1 cup caster sugar
2 cups water

Strain the lemon juice through a sieve, add the sugar and stir until the sugar dissolves. Add the water and stir again.