There is only a few days til Mother’s Day, check my post here in case you are still looking for some last minute ideas. Mother’s Day doesn’t need to be all about presents, receiving presents is great and we all love it, but it can also be a great chance to treat your mum.
I have mentioned before my afternoon tea experiences, at the Sandersonand also at Moggerhanger House. Afternoon teais something I love so there is no surprise that my perfect Mother’s Day would be spent having tea and cake. Yes, I love receiving and opening gifts but I also love the idea of spending a relaxing day drinking tea or coffee and eating lots of cakes. There is something nice about sitting down at the table with friends and loved ones and having quality time together.
As a mum of very small children I never expect anything special for Mother’s Day. There is nothing better than a homemade card, a drawing or perhaps a bunch of flowers. However with Mother’s Day just around the corner I have put together a gift guide with few ideas for different styles, should you want to treat your mum a little bit.
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Afternoon tea is one of those British traditions I love. Eating lovely sandwiches, drinking endless cups of tea and best of all, eating lots of cake.
A couple of days ago we were invited to have afternoon tea for two at Moggerhanger Park. Moggerhanger Park is a Grade 1 Listed Georgian Historic House set in 33 acres of parkland and woodland in Bedfordshire. After extensive refurbishment Moggerhanger is now hosts weddings, conferences and other corporate events. It is a beautiful place easily accessible from London.
I was delighted when Homesense invited me to their Christmas Party a few days ago in Birmingham. A pre-festive meet up for a chance to catch up with fellow bloggers, meet new ones and also have a look at Homesense Christmas range, what’s not to like?
The chosen venue was the Lost & Found, a cocktail bar & restaurant in Birmingham’s popular area of Bennett’s Hill. Right in the city centre, just tucked away from the hustle and bustle of New Street, Corporation Street and the Bullring. A beautiful building with a very impressive entrance, as soon as we stepped in, I knew it was going to be a great night. Homesense had “The Bar Behind The Bookcase” area reserved, how cool is that? Yes, an actual bar behind a bookcase. The choice of venue could not have been any better, and it was the perfect location to host a party.
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