Lazy Hazy Days cater for afternoon teas in the east of england. They also do vintage china so ask them for a quote with and without china so you can compare prices. We’ve worked with these guys before and their chocolate brownies are absolutely… just… ahhhhh!


Corinne Turner is a talented florist based in March Cambridgeshire. We swoon over her weekly contributions to our facebook feed and she is our first choice when spoiling someone or for a special treat. We’ve featured her work in our Breakfast Package photos.

Sarah Smith Designs is the lovely lady who did our own wedding flowers. She is based in west London. Sarah was so easy to work with, she took everything we were interested in on board and is very creative. You can see her work featured in our Real Wedding section of our blog.


Lula May is a 1940s singer who will bring that certain something to your vintage event. She has the sound and the look to create the nostalgia of the war time era that will wow your party guests, and will be sure to make a few grandads blush!

Magazines and Blogs

Dotty Vintage Weddings magazine is an online and in print magazine which you can access for as little as £2.50 (online version) packed to the rafters with vintage wedding inspiration and suppliers. You can find us featured in Issue 4 and on the blog.

Vintage in Cambridge is a great place to discover exciting new “old” things in and around Cambridge.